Hilton Head fishing crew catches ‘massive’ 16-foot, 3000-pound great white shark – Island Packet (blog)


Island Packet (blog)

Hilton Head fishing crew catches 'massive' 16-foot, 3000-pound great white shark
Island Packet (blog)
A “skeleton” two-man Hilton Head fishing crew got the surprise of a lifetime when they hooked two great white sharks within five minutes on Monday. Outcast Sport Fishing Charter Captain Chip Michalove said it was just “him and a buddy” Monday afternoon ...

and more »

Tracking population breakthrough of ‘elusive’ sharks – Bundaberg News Mail


Bundaberg News Mail

Tracking population breakthrough of 'elusive' sharks
Bundaberg News Mail
MORE than 1000 great white sharks call the waters off South Australia home, new research shows. The CSIRO looked for brothers and sisters among juvenile white sharks, which have provided the final pieces of information needed to estimate the size of ...
Frydenberg: WA must do more to prevent shark attacks4BC

all 2 news articles »

Five great white sharks are being tracked off the NC coast | Charlotte … – Charlotte Observer


Charlotte Observer

Five great white sharks are being tracked off the NC coast | Charlotte ...
Charlotte Observer
Researchers tracking five baby great white sharks off the coast of North Carolina this week, including Bruin. The science agency OCEARCH tracks the sharks based on pings.
5ft baby great white shark is pinging near Kure Beach, North ...FOX 46 Charlotte

all 2 news articles »

SMART drumlines catching great white sharks and protecting swimmers, researchers say – Radio Australia


Radio Australia

SMART drumlines catching great white sharks and protecting swimmers, researchers say
Radio Australia
A six-month trial of SMART (shark management alert in real time) drumlines along the New South Wales Mid North Coast has shown the devices are "removing the threat of great white sharks from popular beaches" and protecting swimmers, researchers say. In ...

SMART drumlines catching great white sharks and protecting swimmers, researchers say – ABC Online


ABC Online

SMART drumlines catching great white sharks and protecting swimmers, researchers say
ABC Online
A six-month trial of SMART (shark management alert in real time) drumlines along the New South Wales Mid North Coast has shown the devices are "removing the threat of great white sharks from popular beaches" and protecting swimmers, researchers say. In ...

and more »