We are seeking jaws from Tiger, Sand tiger and White Sharks! So if you have a jaw, if you know someone who has a jaw, or if you’ve seen a jaw then we would love hear about it! You can contact us by email, Facebook or twitter using the hashtag #jaws4acause.Read More Jaws for a Cause: The Search for Samples from Historic Jaws!
The white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) is the most iconic predatory fish on Earth. They are found in temperate and sub-tropical coastal waters throughout the world. In Australia, the debate over protection of white sharks has been heating up. Incidents of attacks on both the West and East coast of Australia and reports of increased sightings of […]Read More The state of White Shark populations in Australia
Project GenoJaws is a collaborative investigation of global shark populations developed in response to a need for greater understanding of both current and historical population size and structure of white, tiger and sand tiger sharks.Read More A global study of shark populations