Explore the region where sharks, killer whales, and elephant seals converge.
Learn more about shark attacks — from where they are most likely to occur to the number of attacks worldwide. Then, find out how to reduce your chances of shark attack.
Get the latest news on white sharks and learn more about the ancient Megatooth shark, Carcharodon megalodon.
NOVA: Island of the Sharks
Go on an adventure to Cocos Island, where there are more sharks per cubic yard of water than any other place on the planet. Discover other species in “World of Sharks” and meet the “Sharkmasters.”
Read articles on the Red Triangle and great whites by this research institution dedicated to studying the sharks that patrol California’s coast.
This institution promotes the conservation of the great white shark and its environment, as well as disseminates accurate information about sharks.
Watch videos and live images of sharks of all species from the Hawaii-based marine center.
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Cerullo, Mary M. THE TRUTH ABOUT GREAT WHITE SHARKS. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 2000.
Cousteau, Jean-Michel. COUSTEAU’S GREAT WHITE SHARK. New York: Harry N. Abrams; 1995.
Ellis, Richard and John E. Mc Cosker. GREAT WHITE SHARK. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press, 1995.
Gustafson, Sarah. THE SHARK DICTIONARY. New York: Checkerboard Press, 1992.
Levine, Marie. GREAT WHITE SHARKS (THE UNTAMED WORLD). New York: Raintree/Steck Vaughn, 1997.
Lineaweaver, Thomas. THE NATURAL HISTORY OF SHARKS. New York: Lyons Press, 1986.
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Online content for WHITE SHARK/RED TRIANGLE was originally posted November 2003.