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Tourists on a whale-watching cruise in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, saw two great white sharks eating a dead whale, and a marine biologist got photos.
Scientists just mapped the great white shark’s genome, revealing clues that may help us heal wounds and fight cancer
The newly sequenced great white shark genome could reveal genetic mechanisms behind the animals' quick healing abilities and resistance to illness.
It's not as common to get bitten by a great white shark than is often believed. Here are 10 places where you're likely to see one.
At CES 2019, we saw 8K displays, futuristic self-driving cars, and tons of robots — but we also captured lots of bizarre moments in between.
A California surfer survived a shark attack by kicking the 15-foot great white as it bit both of his legs
Nick Wapner, 19, was surfing with friends off of Montana de Oro State Park on California's Central Coast when he was bit by a shark on Tuesday.
Shark fin is officially off the menu for Deliveroo users.
‘Stop glorifying predators’: It looks like former Trump lawyer John Dowd wrote to the editor of a Cape Cod newspaper to complain about sha...
President Donald Trump's former lead attorney John Dowd, who spent his time in the White House going toe-to-toe with special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation, now has a new target: great white sharks.
The world’s first omnivorous shark has been identified, and it could change the way we think about bloodthirsty sharks
The bonnethead shark may be the world's first omnivorous shark, according to new research. While scientists have long known that they consume seagrass, they thought it was incidental consumption when the sharks went after their bottom-dwelling prey.
If shows like those on Discovery's Shark Week or National Geographic's SharkFest make you want to see these creatures in the wild, you should get SCUBA-certified. If you are a diver, you can hover underwater with sharks and watch them in their natural environments.
Great whites can speed through the water at least 25 miles per hour, potentially achieving 35 mph for the short bursts. Humans are much slower.