Before Shark Week 2017 kicks off, dive into these six shark stories from around the world.
Even the ocean’s top predators need protecting — and shark sanctuaries are a great way to do it.
Research on the elusive cookie-cutter shark is the latest evidence of how little we know about the ocean and its marine life.
As Shark Week kicks off, check out the latest science on these ocean giants.
Technological advances are bringing us closer to understanding the world’s largest fish.
Ocean scientist Greg Stone takes us 18,000 feet under the sea.
On tap for Shark Week: CI hits the open seas for new insights on how to protect sharks.
There are more than 400 species of sharks in our big blue ocean, so if you were a shark, what kind would you be? How about a whale shark, a hammerhead, or a so-called ‘walking’ shark? CI is working to protect all sharks and their ecosystems so that these apex predators can continue to thrive as they have for millions of years, and provide their critical benefits to the ocean and to people.