We Are NOAA Fisheries 2019
A video showcase of NOAA Fisheries accomplishments, spotlighting our work to support commercial and recreational fishing, protect marine life, and conserve and restore habitat.
Underwater Camera Research - Juvenile Tiger Shark near Molokai, Hawaii
A juvenile tiger shark bumps a bait bag off a mesophotic Halimeda bed near Molokai Island, Hawaii.
Dusky Tracks: Satellite Tags Help Manage Fisheries Closures
Dusky sharks live along the U.S. East Coast, and are sometimes caught unintentionally by fishermen. Follow scientists and fishermen as they attach satellite tags to learn more about this shark’s movements and better manage our nation’s fisheries.
Juvenile Tiger Shark Bumps Bait Bag
Underwater Camera Research - Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, Sharks_Clipped
Atlantic Recreational Shark Fishing: Handling and Release of Sharks
Prohibited shark identification, including dusky and other ridgeback sharks, and tips for safe handling and release. Includes information on permitting and regulations for recreational shark fishing in the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribbean.
We Are NOAA Fisheries: 2016
A video showcase of NOAA Fisheries’ accomplishments, spotlighting our work to ensure productive and sustainable fisheries, responsibly sourced seafood, the conservation and recovery of protected species, and productive and healthy marine habitats.
A Mako’s Last Meal Part II: The Shark Bite Effect
In 2013, scientists discovered a sea lion in the stomach of a mako shark. Watch part 1 @ https://youtu.be/L6oov2ZmRaM In part II, see sea lion survivors, and how their wounds provide important insight on the state of sharks in southern California.
Select footage of sharks including whitetip reef shark, Caribbean reef shark, spiny dogfish (Pacific), tiger shark, Galapagos shark, angel shark, thresher shark, nurse shark and leopard shark.
Stay Safe Around Sharks: Q&As with Dr. John Carlson
The shark attacks along the Carolinas in June and July of 2015 raised a lot of questions about sharks and their interactions with people. Our shark expert, Dr. John Carlson, shares answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.
Why Do Sharks Attack People? — John Carlson
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