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When you choose to enter a shark's
environment, remember that shark attacks are very rare. Exercise respect for
their environment and remember that they are an important link in the ocean's
|American Elasmobranch Society (AES)
"Non-profit organization that seeks to advance the scientific study of living and
fossil sharks, skates, rays, and chimaeras, and the promotion of education, conservation,
and wise utilization of natural resources."
|Florida Museum of
Natural History (shark page)
Links to the Commercial Shark Fishery Observer Program (CSFOP), the IUCN Shark Specialist
Group (IUCN/SSG), the International Shark Attack File (ISAF), and various shark resources
Marine Laboratory: Center for Shark Research
"Independent, nonprofit marine research institution with a 43-year history of shark
research. The Center for Shark Research (CSR) is an international center for research,
scientific collaboration, consulting, education, and public information on sharks and
their relatives, the skates and rays."
"The Shark Foundation was founded to actively support the
preservation of endangered shark species and their natural surroundings."
Detailed Shark Specialist Sroup (SSG) newsletters. Includes in-depth news about sharks and
|Shark Study Program
at Osprey Reef (Coral Sea)
Displays statistisics of species and frequency observed.
UK member of the European Elasmobranch Association;
"promotes the study, management, and conservation of sharks, skates and rays."
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