Sharks: Myth and Mystery
This Monterey Bay Aquarium site explores the social perceptions of sharks and provides information about shark habitats throughout the world.
Sharks: Facts And Fish Tales
CBS uncovers some of the misconceptions about sharks.
Diving at Cocos Island
Read an interview with SHARK MOUNTAIN filmmaker Michelle Hall, as well as detailed information about diving at Cocos Island.
Sharks and Their World
Seaworld’s guide to sharks and rays includes a special tour of these amazing creatures’ anatomy.
Friends of Cocos Island Foundation
Learn more about Cocos Island, one of the most shark-rich areas in the world. Visit the photo gallery to discover the island’s flora and fauna. Then learn about how you can help preserve this World Heritage site.
This site provides news and other information about shark conservation.
Learn how coral reefs and kelp forests have declined since the 1960s.
Learn about the great white sharks in and around the Red Triangle region of the Pacific Ocean.
NATURE: The Secret World of Sharks and Rays
Discover sharks and their biological cousins — rays. Get the scoop on shark diving.
Learn more about the roughly 140 different shark species that lurk in the waters off the coast of southern Africa.
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Allen, Thomas. THE SHARK ALMANAC: A FULLY ILLUSTRATED NATURAL HISTORY OF SHARKS, SKATES, AND RAYS. New York: The Lyons Press, 2003.
Carwardine, Mark. THE SHARK-WATCHER’S HANDBOOK: A GUIDE TO SHARKS AND WHERE TO SEE THEM. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2002.
Klimely, A. Peter. THE SECRET LIFE OF SHARKS: A LEADING MARINE BIOLOGIST REVEALS THE MYSTERIES OF SHARK BEHAVIOR. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2003.
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