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Warm guts allow fish to swim twice as fast and twice as long than their cold-gutted cousins.
In a redOrbit exclusive interview, Animal Planet filmmaker Chris Palmer discusses the reality of wildlife documentaries: They're often pretty fake.
Calling on Sponsors to Back Innovative Race to Support Vital Shark Research ISLA MUJERES, Mexico, March 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Renowned marine wildlife artist and conservationist
Yes, we mean you, "Eaten Alive", "Mermaids: The Body Found", and "Megalodon: The Monster Shark Lives." Shark Week, you're cool.
An ancient 45- to 60-foot shark that resembled a larger version of the Great White shark, became extinct over two million years ago, and its death may have caused whales to grow to their current sizes.
In this week's Caught On, the popular website explores how video can help solve mysteries: three separate surveillance videos help police close in on unexplained car thefts, and amateur video
The hair-raising stunt kicks off with a new season of River Monsters in Latin America MIAMI, June 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Monster Week premieres on Discovery en Espanol with
Great white sharks have always been considered one of the longer living fish, but a new study has found that they actually live much longer than previously believed.
Many shark proteins, involved in a number of different functions, match those of humans more closely than they do those of zebrafish, researchers say.
As if the razor-sharp teeth, powerful jaws and lightning-quick speed weren’t enough, marine biologists have now found that sharks prefer to attack from behind.
- A woman chauffeur.
- A woman who operates an automobile.