Sharks don’t recognize country borders. To protect them, we have to do more.
The rangers of Cocos Island have their work cut out for them. This system will make all their jobs easier.
This year, I have seen Indonesia take incredible steps to protect these fascinating — and valuable — creatures.
In 30 years of underwater exploration, I have only rarely encountered these mysterious creatures.
A top scientist discusses some of his most important research.
If sharks were to disappear, it would be bad news for all of us.
High demand is fueling the ivory and shark fin trades despite their catastrophic effect on wild animal populations.
A new proposal could lead to the first-ever global trade regulations for five shark species.
This news is the latest indication that the tide is turning for shark conservation.
We don’t eat our sharks in the Galápagos Islands, though they are — so to speak — our bread and butter.