Hello, everyone! I've compiled a list of the funniest shark memes on the internet, and wrote about the science and conservation issues associated with the images used for those memes. Check it out! http://www.southernfriedscience.com/?p=15982
Last week, a new species of hammerhead shark was described off the coast of South Carolina. I interviewed the scientists involved, as well as shark conservation experts, and have written a blog post about what the discovery means for the conservation of…Read More
Hi, everyone! In honor of Shark Week, I'm doing a Reddit "Ask me Anything" tomorrow (Friday) at noon EST.
More information can be found in this Facebook event:
You can always "ask me anything" about…Read More
The world's largest group of professional shark scientists is calling on journalists to use more accurate and less inflammatory language instead of "Shark Attacks." Many so-called "attacks" involve no injury, and some involve no physical contact at all.…Read More
The latest genetic research and taxonomic analysis indicates that manta rays and mobulid rays may really be in the same genus. Therefore, manta is no longer a valid genus. Learn about molecular taxonomy, the new research, and what it means for conservation in…Read More