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Cannibal Sharks Eat Siblings in Utero
Science & Tech  (tags: research, science, animals, sharks, cannibalism, study, discovery, environment )

Michael
- 501 days ago - cbc.ca
For sand tiger sharks, a deadly kind of sibling rivalry begins even before birth -- and that's bad news for many would-be shark dads, a new study suggests.
High Tech Alarms Could Save Whales From Shark Nets
Science & Tech  (tags: environment, oceans, whales, sharks, Australia, Gold Coast )

Beth
- 1484 days ago - crispgreen.com
Last year, six whales became entangled in shark nets designed to protect humans on Australia's Gold Coast beaches. This year, authorities are launching nets equipped with high tech alarms to warn the whales before it's too late.
Wide Heads Give Hammerhead Sharks Exceptional Stereo View
Science & Tech  (tags: science, Sharks, Hammerheads, depth perception, discovery, research, study, interesting )

Dee
- 1754 days ago - sciencedaily.com
Hammerhead sharks are some of the Ocean's most distinctive residents. "Everyone wants to understand why they have this strange head shape," says Michelle McComb from Florida Atlantic University. One possible reason is the shark's vision.
Census of Marine Life Maps An Ocean of Species
Science & Tech  (tags: ocean, sea, marine, life, species, microbes, blue, whales, sharks, tuna, squid, science, research, interesting, discovery, technology, investigation, environment )

Tom
- 1871 days ago - latimes.com
The first comprehensive effort to identify and catalog every species in the world's oceans, from microbes to blue whales, is a year from completion. But early discoveries have profoundly altered understanding of life beneath the sea, senior scientists say
Insects Become Fly-on-the-Wall Spies With Tiny Cameras, Radio Controls and Microphones | the Daily Mail
Science & Tech  (tags: moths, beetles, flies, sharks, rats, spies, spy, pigeon, radio, microphone, science, control, video, camera )

Ceci
- 2387 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
It sounds like the stuff of science fiction - beetles, rats and sharks turned into cunning spies courtesy of a brain implant or two. But such scenarios are fast moving from fantasy to fact, with laboratories around the world hatching a new breed of spy.
Bid to Save Threatened Shark Species
Science & Tech  (tags: scientists, research, sharks, environment )

Jim
- 2531 days ago - smh.com.au
At risk of extinction are the grey nurse, speartooth, freshwater saw fish, green saw fish, great white and deepwater dog fish. Scientists hope the project will help them keep track of numbers
   

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