Monthly Archives: January 2012
http://www.visayandailystar.com/2012/January/31/topstory6.htm 31 January 2012 A whale shark, locally known as “butanding” or ” tuki”, was sighted yesterday off the coast of Cauayan, Negros Occidental. Advertisements
http://articles.latimes.com/2012/jan/31/world/la-fg-china-shark-fin-20120201 31 January 2012 Reporting from Beijing — Tucked away on a glossy menu in the Herbal Cafe, a Beijing restaurant known for its herbal teas and low-fat Cantonese dishes, is a little nod to environmental advocacy.
http://www.forbes.com/sites/bethgreenfield/2012/01/31/whale-sharks-swimming-with-the-worlds-biggest-fish-in-the-maldives-and-beyond/ 31 January 2012 Whale sharks may be the world’s biggest fish—18 to 32 feet long and averaging 20 tons—but they don’t seem to have trouble hiding out in the sea.
http://www.suntimes.com/news/metro/10333001-418/state-mulls-ban-on-shark-fins.html 30 January 2012 Illinois could be on its way to banning the possession and sale of shark fins if state lawmakers decide to take the bait this spring.
http://www.townsvillebulletin.com.au/article/2012/01/13/297281_news.html 13 January 2012 Kelso’s Neil Cuffe and sons Ryan, 23, and Lachlan, 20, had perfect conditions for viewing the 5.2m whale shark at Slasher’s Reef, off Townsville, last Friday.
http://www.examiner.com/pets-in-hartford/lone-shark-the-desert-sets-record-for-most-virgin-births 13 January 2012 She may be confined to a restaurant aquarium in the middle of the desert, and far from any males, but a female zebra shark “Zebedee”, has experienced “four straight years of ‘virgin’, births, a feat never … Continue reading
Anger and tears as protected baby great white shark blugeoned to death at Sussex Inlet in front of children
http://www.news.com.au/travel/news/anger-and-tears-as-protected-baby-great-white-shark-blugeoned-to-death-at-sussex-inlet-in-front-of-children/story-e6frfq80-1226243144251 13 January 2012 FROM the shore, the group of small boats appeared to be doing the right thing – herding a shark that had swum into the long shallow channel back safely out to sea.