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Vox - 10 Aug 2014 Shark Week is once again making things up
As zoologist Michelle Wciesel points out at Southern Fried Science, the " submarine shark" in South Africa was an urban legend started by journalists in the 1970s who were trying to fool a gullible public. But the Discovery Channel didn't debunk the ...
Interesting Engineering - 03 Aug 2019 Scientists Get Up Close With Shark Twice the Size of Their Submarine
Deep sea researchers from Ocean X were in their submersible, named Nadir, when suddenly a 6 meter (20 feet) long bluntnose sixgill shark emerged out of the ...
Express.co.uk - 21 Aug 2019 Shark attack: Watch the terrifying moment a shark older than dinosaurs attacks a submarine
A PREHISTORIC shark predating most dinosaurs was filmed attacking a research submarine in the Bahamas.
Thrillist - 01 Aug 2019 Researchers Shocked by Massive Ancient Shark Bigger Than Their Submarine
A team of researchers scoping out the bottom of the ocean spotted a massive shark that ended up being bigger than their submarine.
NavyTimes.com - 18 Aug 2019 Scientist finds way to tags sharks underwater
They tagged a bluntnose sixgill shark, a deep-sea shark that has changed so little over hundreds of millions of years that it is essentially a living fossil.
The Weather Channel - 14 Aug 2019 Huge 20-foot Shark Surprises Scientists
A massive deep-sea shark has a close encounter with an OceanX research submarine in The Bahamas. Scientists believe that the ancient species of shark, ...
Tampa Bay Times - 06 Aug 2019 Playing underwater tag with sharks? FSU scientist says it’s for their own good.
A Florida State University ecologist found a way to tag sharks underwater using a submarine. That could allow scientists to study sharks without traumatizing ...
Durham Herald Sun - 21 Aug 2019 11-foot Hilton Head great white shark spotted off Cape Cod chomping on a seal
Two years after great white shark “Miss Carolina” was caught by the Hilton Head Great White Shark Whisperer, scientists spotted her in Massachusetts eating a ...
The News Herald - 18 Aug 2019 FSU scientists figures out way to tag deep-sea sharks underwater
Dean Grubbs' team has made one giant leap for marine biology: They figured out a way to tag deep-sea sharks in their natural habitat — using a submarine.
EcoWatch - 30 Jul 2019 4 Amazing Shark Stories to Enjoy This Shark Week
It's shark week, that seven day period every summer when our television screens swim with stories of one of the ocean's most fascinating residents. But sharks ...
Daily Star - 25 Aug 2019 Deadliest ever shark attack: 150 torn apart by pack of 'most aggressive' predators
Nearly 900 men died in the worst maritime disaster in U.S. naval history.
Canadian Homesteading - 17 Aug 2019 Ancient Shark Attacks a Submarine
A shark older than most dinosaurs was filmed attacking a submarine in the Bahamas. The submarine was running a research mission. The bluntnose sixgill.
WFTV Orlando - 17 Aug 2019 FSU scientist finds way to tags sharks underwater
TAMPA BAY, Fla. (AP) - The deep sea may be the largest ecosystem in the world, but to Dean Grubbs it's more like exploring deep space.
Quartz - 22 Aug 2019 Jacques Cousteau’s grandson on how to live a successful life
Oceanographer Fabien Cousteau, Jacques Cousteau's grandson, grew up understanding the power—and drawbacks—of fame.
Daytona Beach News-Journal - 31 Jul 2019 Port Orange couples Shark Tank invention now at Publix, Wawa
A Port Orange couple created SubSafe, a waterproof, crush-proof container for submarine sandwiches, which is now carried at Wawa and Publix stores.
NavyTimes.com - 25 Aug 2019 Torpedo Junction: The South Pacific's brutal underwater war
To beat back or blunt the first Allied offensive in the Pacific, Japan needed to cut the supply lifeline. They failed.
Daily Mail - 03 Aug 2019 Video: Terrifying moment monstrous shark comes face to face with submarine
Shocking footage shows the giant Atlantic Sixgill shark glide over the submersible containing at least two deep sea scientists. The monstrous predator was ...
PennLive - 30 Jul 2019 'Incompetence, bureaucratic malaise' doomed USS Indianapolis survivors in 1945
The USS Indianapolis was hit by Japanese torpedoes just after midnight on July 30, 1945, in the Philippine Sea, during World War II. The U.S. Navy's ...
Teton Gravity Research - 16 Jul 2019 Submarine Gets Extra Close Encounter With Shark
OceanX recently got some uncomfortably close footage of a bluntnose six-gill shark while in a submarine.
Nature.com - 08 Aug 2019 Blackbirds, brains and bleached anemones — July's best science images
Evening eclipse. Just before the Sun set on 2 July, observers at La Silla Observatory in the Atacama Desert, Chile, were treated to the sight of a total solar ...