Sharks are friend not foe
Scared of sharks? You can probably thank the movies for that. Sharks are intelligent, curious and in some cases social animals, deserving of our respect. Despite the on-screen image of a mindless predator, sharks aren’t out to get us—drone footage has shown that more often than not, they’re not interested in us at all!
The deeper we dive into learning about sharks, it becomes clearer that they are vital and beautiful components of our ecosystems — and with animals this fascinating, there’s so much to learn!
Review of the Non-Detriment Finding for CITES Appendix II listed Hammerhead Shark Species
Why We Should #GiveFlakeABreak
On-the-water management solutions to halt the decline and support the recovery of Australia's endemic elasmobranchs
Review of management arrangements that support the Conservation Dependent listing of Scalloped Hammerhead shark (Sphyrna lewini) under the EPBC Act
Global warming to reshape Australian shark and ray populations and raise extinction risk
Maugean skate captive breeding program needs clean harbour for best chance of success
Cancel Macquarie Harbour salmon licences to save endangered Maugean skate
Expansion of drone shark surveillance on Queensland coast aligns with shifting community sentiment
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When it comes to sharks, we are their biggest threat but also their only hope. Become a Shark Champion today.