Sharks, Etc. - Links
The Incredible Great White Shark - Shark information we put together on the general subject of sharks. Topics include: Sharks of the Farallons, Life Stages of Our Favorite Apex Predator, Six Senses Aid White Sharks, California's Protection of Great White Sharks and links to more information.
Cam - The California Academy of Sciences, the U.S. Fish and
Wildlife Service and PRBO Conservation Science have teamed up
to launch a live streaming web camera. This camera, which sits
atop the lighthouse, can be used to observe breeding bird colonies,
and breeding seal and sea lion colonies. It can also be used to
observe ocean conditions and the off-shore activity of birds,
whales and, possibly, great white sharks.
Marine Sanctuary Association - Provides the Gulf of the Farallones
National Marine Sanctuary with significant financial support,
and is recognized as one of the largest and most effective National
Marine Sanctuary partners in the country.
of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary - The Gulf of
the Farallones Marine Sanctuary is known worldwide for its abundance
of wildlife, including a large population of seabirds and great
white sharks. The Sanctuary oversees a White Shark Stewardship
Program and Seabird Protection Network.
Video and Games about Sharks - Read, watch, get the facts
and enjoy the fiction surrounding great white sharks.
Trust - Works to advance the worldwide conservation of sharks.
Provides shark news, shark conservation and shark species information.
Photographing Africa's "Flying Sharks" - National Geographic
News, July 26, 2004. Chris Fallows operates great white shark
diving expeditions in South Africa. See photos taken by Fallows
of great white sharks breaching in South Africa.
Mote Marine Laboratory
Sarasota, Florida - This popular tourist attraction in Sarasota,
Florida began as a small shark research lab and is now a premier
research, education and outreach facility on sharks and other
Shark Attack File - The Florida Museum of Natural History
provides information on shark attacks around the world. This site
also links to research and general information on sharks and is
a great resource for students researching sharks for school projects.
Great White Shark - University of California at Berkeley Museum
of Paleontology exhibit spotlights the biology, behavior, habitat,
and distribution of the great white shark.
Research Committee - documenting shark attacks from the Pacific
Coast of North America.
Run Web Site - Dolphins, sharks, whales and gamefish follow
the sardines in a feeding frenzy.
Stewards - Ocean advocacy and shark conservation program for
a healthy ocean and San Francisco Bay. Members of this group often
join IA's white
shark expeditions to San Francisco's Farallon Islands and
assist in white shark education.
Aquarium - Enjoy their several online exhibits including Sharks:
Myth and Mystery. The aquarium in California has exhibited juvenile
white sharks and is actively engaged in white shark research.
of the Bay on Fishermen's Wharf in San Francisco is concerned
with conservation of San Francisco Bay and its watershed. Research
conducted by the Aquarium of the Bay includes shark tagging and
Random Facts About Sharks - how much shark trivia do you know?
of PRBO Research on White Sharks
White Sharks: Even the Scariest of Winter Visitors in the Gulf
of Mexico need Protection St. Petersburg Times, January
- Exploration of Nature in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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