Special Shark Week in South Africa: Cape Town 23 March-1 April 2023
Last Minute Price: 37500 RAND/ZAR in shared room - FLIGHT NOT INCLUDED

Su Scubazone n.66 un articolo sul ritorno degli squali bianchi in Sud Africa, nuove specie CITES e lo squalo Ramato

Shark Expert Training via Zoom:  the 7-8-13 february from (8-10pm ITALY time) or (2-4pm Boston time)


Shark Week CRUISE in Egypt NOVEMBER 2023: Deadalus, Brother islands and Elphistone, alias DBE

These below are real Carcharhinus longimanus "Oceanic white tip sharks" 4th most dangerous specie in the World!
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Shark Week CRUISE in Center Maldives NOVEMBER 2023

These below are real Galeocerdo cuvier "Tiger shark" 2nd most dangerous specie in the World!

These below are real Carcharhinus leucas "Bull sharks" 3rd most dangerous specie in the World!

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Shark Week CRUISE in South Maldives 10-18 MARCH 2023

These below are real Galeocerdo cuvier "Tiger shark" 2nd most dangerous specie in the World!

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Millions of sharks are killed every year in the world.  It is easily deducible, that a massacre like this cannot carry on over the years and as a consequence, it seriously compromises the existence of the shark populations which are affected.  This worry, is based on the fact that SOME sharks are not very prolific due to 1 out of 3 type of reproductive systems which is similar to mammals.  




In the light of these considerations, which have been already made, the apprehension of research associations is justified about the uncertain future of many shark populations.  Sharks have always been fished by humans (bad people!), but it is only recently, that due to the decrease in the most commercially valued fish species, that this breed has reached unsustainable proportions...