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    • 1.

      Are All Types of Sharks Man Eaters?

      by Sylvie Leochko - 2007-01-02
      Movies such as "Jaws" and "Deep Blue Sea" have contributed to giving a bad reputation to sharks. When you consider all the facts compared to the Hollywood version, the question we can ask ourselves is...
    • 2.

      What Are The Odds Of Dying Of A Shark Attack

      by Sylvie Leochko - 2007-01-02
      While sharks deserved our respect it does not mean that Hollywood is right when they imply with their shark movies that a soon as you go in the water you will become the victim of a shark attack. All ...
    • 3.

      Are Sharks Predators or Preys of Humans? Maybe It Has Something to Do With the Shark Anatomy!

      by Sylvie Leochko - 2007-01-03
      While sharks ended up with the bad reputation of man-eaters, thanks to Hollywood's taste for fiction, they are actually the ones who need protection. While man has been depicted as their favorite food...
    • 4.

      Summary on Sharks!

      by John Pham - 2007-01-08
      Sharks are wonderful animals that have been around since as long as the dinosaurs existed: They inhabit in waters all over the world, in every sea, and even in some lakes and tributaries.There are aro...
    • 5.

      Can the Shark Anatomy Help in Saving Seabirds' Lives?

      by Sylvie Leochko - 2007-01-16
      Fisheries use long lines loaded with barbed hooks to catch huge amounts of fish. Unfortunately, sharks and particularly seabirds can become victims as they tend to go either for the bait or the fish. ...
    • 6.

      The Lateral Line in Fish, the Functions and Diseases of the Lateral Line

      by Carl Strohmeyer - 2007-01-16
      What is a lateral line in fish? The lateral line is a sense organ that consists of a row of scales that most fish have along their sides, extending from their head to tail. Under these scales are a s...
    • 7.

      What Types of Sharks Lived Millions of Years Ago?

      by Sylvie Leochko - 2007-01-20
      The first cartilaginous sharks appeared 370 millions years ago. Their size, their appearance and their fossilized remains tell us an amazing story, the sharks' history! What types of sharks lived mill...
    • 8.

      Can Shark Anatomy Provide a Cure for Cancer?

      by Sylvie Leochko - 2007-01-21
      For thousand of years, sharks have either been considered as a cruel human predator or the main ingredient of some culinary delicacies, especially in Asian countries. With today's technology, experts ...
    • 9.

      Here are Some Types of Sharks that are Virtually Harmless to People

      by Sylvie Leochko - 2007-01-26
      Since the release of the bestselling novel "Jaws" in 1974 and the movie itself in 1975, sharks ended up with a bad reputation as man-eaters. While everybody knows that both the novel and its Hollywoo...
    • 10.

      Is Selachophobia Based on Facts or Shark Tales?

      by Sylvie Leochko - 2007-01-28
      Imagine! You are swimming alone in the ocean, far away from the beach. You can hear the laughter from the beachgoers splashing in the cool water. Suddenly, you feel a tug, followed by pain and as you ...