AP (May 12, 2014) Fisherman in Venice, Florida caught a twelve foot hammerhead shark, when the group noticed the shark was pregnant. The men say after they reeled in the shark, they noticed a large bite mark and could ... watch video
AP (July 19, 2015) A world surfing competition had to be cancelled Sunday after one of the surfers was attacked by a shark. Three-time world champion Mick Fanning from Australia was struck by the shark from behind and ... watch video
Newsy (Sep. 23, 2014) A fox attacked a second-grade boy at a Connecticut elementary school Monday. It also attacked two school staff members and a woman and her dog.
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AP (Oct. 30, 2015) A ten year old Hawaii boy is describing how he survived a shark attack. Raymond Senensi says when the shark bit him, he kicked it in the nose. He's in a hospital, recovering. (Oct. 30)
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National Geographic (Jan. 20, 2012) National Geographic biologist Mike Heithaus travels to the shallow coastal waters of the Florida Keys, where the bull shark makes its home and unsuspecting beachgoers frolic. Heithaus investigates ... watch video
AP (Jan. 27, 2015) A Texas woman who lost more than five pounds of flesh to a shark in the Bahamas earlier this month could be released from a Florida hospital soon. Experts believe she was bitten by a bull shark while ... watch video
Reuters - US Online Video (May 16, 2016) A woman is recovering after being bitten by a shark in Florida. The two-foot long nurse shark was still attached to the woman's arm as she was being taken to the hospital. Linda So reports.
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Reuters - US Online Video (May 28, 2016) Beach-goers aound the world could see even more shark attacks this year than in 2015, which set a new record, according to a shark expert at the University of Florida. Diane Hodges reports.
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Aug. 24, 2016 In nature, plants cannot grow without soil biota like fungi and bacteria. Successful plants are able to harness positive, growth-promoting soil organisms, while avoiding the negative effects of ... read more
Aug. 24, 2016 Especially in late summer, apprehension about wasp stings increases among allergy sufferers. So-called hyposensibilization therapy can help, but it is linked to a heavy burden on patients and health ... read more
Aug. 24, 2016 Bacteria that cause tuberculosis, leprosy and other diseases, survive by switching between two different types of metabolism. Scientists have now discovered that this switch is controlled by a ... read more
Aug. 23, 2016 Findings from a new study may help food companies improve the quality of dairy products. The researchers have discovered that bacteria in raw milk arriving at dairy processing facilities are highly ... read more
Aug. 24, 2016 In Cerro Colorado, located in the Ica Desert of Peru, sedimentary sequences dating back nine million years have been found to host the fossil skeletons of hundreds of marine ... read more
Aug. 24, 2016 Increasing ocean acidification could double the mortality of newly hatched cod larvae. Researchers quantified mortality rates of cod at conditions which the fish may experience towards the end of the ... read more
Aug. 24, 2016 Scientists have found Ebola's Achilles' heel: a new kind of chemical compound can block the protein Ebola uses to break out of cells and infect new cells. The compounds could potentially be used to ... read more
Aug. 24, 2016 The Caribbean islands form a natural laboratory for the study of evolution due to their unique biological and geological features. There has been heated discussion since the ... read more
Aug. 4, 2014 A new analysis on failed shark attacks on the approximately 120 Atlantic spotted dolphins that are residents of the waters near Bimini, The Bahamas, has found that a total of 14 dolphins (15 percent ... read more
Mar. 9, 2012 Ecotourism activities that use food to attract and concentrate wildlife for viewing have become a controversial topic in ecological studies. This debate is best exemplified by the shark dive tourism ... read more