NASA is planning to launch the Mars 2020 robotic rover to the one of the mysterious planets which is sometimes called Red planet.
Here we are preparing for you the best top 10 scientific events in 2018View More Top 10 Scientific Events That Occurred in 2018
The white sharks attacks have become a big problem for humans. There is an incident on September 29, a 13 years old boy was diving for lobster off of Beacon’s Beach in Encinitas, California, when he was attacked by be a great white. He’s expected to fully recover.View More Why Are White Sharks Attacks Growing Year by Year?
Have you ever thought about whether shark can smile? We will answer this interesting question below. As we know dogs, monkeys and dolphins may show some expressions. And when we look at the shark as if the shark can smile.View More Have you Ever Thought About Whether Shark Can smile?
The largest shark is the whale shark, which has been known to get as large as 18 meters (60 feet). Whale sharks are considered as the largest fish in the world. They are not whales; they are sharks, but they have a lot in common with whales, though.View More Whale Shark-Top 10 Facts About Largest Shark in The Ocean
Megalodon shark, which means “big tooth”, is a dead species of shark that lived approximately 23 to 2.6 million years ago. It is estimated that megalodon shark was the largest shark that had ever lived on Earth and one of the largest vertebrate predators in history. Before passing its existence let us, discover some facts about this frightful animal. Megalodon shark was extremely huge. Its teeth have been over 17 centimeters (7 inches) in total height, but the majority are between 3 and 5 inches (still, massive).View More Does Megalodon Shark Still Exist in the Deep Ocean?
According to scientists reef sharks have dropped sharply near populated islands in the Pacific Ocean. The survey by the University of Hawaii showed that the numbers were drastically lower near populated islands in Hawaii, the Mariana Archipelago and American Samoa, compared to more pristine, remote areas in the ocean. As said lead author Marc Nadon from the Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research at the University of Hawaii they estimate that reef shark numbers have dropped substantially around populated islands, generally by more than 90 percent compared to those at the most untouched reefs.View More Pacific Reef Shark Populations in Steep Decline
Researchers have discovered a new, as of yet unnamed, species of shark. It looks just like the scalloped hammerhead shark, curtailing efforts to save that endangered species. As said researchers at Nova Southeastern University in Florida the new look-alike hammerhead species, first discovered off the eastern United States, has been found more than 4,300 miles away near the coast of southern Brazil proving the unnamed species is widespread.View More Researchers Have Discoverd New Shark Species
During the year 2011, more than 140 new species have been discovered, California Academy of Science reports.View More 140 New Species Were Found in 2011