Dusky shark

Dusky Shark

Dusky Shark

Save the dusky shark from extinction - NRDC Action Center - Act today to protect the dusky shark from extinction -- email the National Marine Fisheries Service and tell them to place the species on the threatened species list.  Despite a decade-long ban on fishing the dusky shark, the species has remained in dire straits. In the last 40 years, we've lost an estimated 80 to 85 percent of the dusky sharks in U.S. waters.  Protect the dusky shark and our underwater ecosystem - Take Action Now

Save the dusky shark from extinction - NRDC Action Center - Act today to protect the dusky shark from extinction -- email the National Marine Fisheries Service and tell them to place the species on the threatened species list. Despite a decade-long ban on fishing the dusky shark, the species has remained in dire straits. In the last 40 years, we've lost an estimated 80 to 85 percent of the dusky sharks in U.S. waters. Protect the dusky shark and our underwater ecosystem - Take Action Now

University of Florida, International Shark Attack File reports 2012 U.S. shark attacks highest since 2000: George Burgess, director of the Florida Program for Shark Research at the Florida Museum of Natural History, displays a dusky shark jaw and sharpnose shark embryo specimens in Dickinson Hall on the University of Florida campus. ©Florida Museum of Natural History photo by Eric Zamora

University of Florida, International Shark Attack File reports 2012 U.S. shark attacks highest since 2000: George Burgess, director of the Florida Program for Shark Research at the Florida Museum of Natural History, displays a dusky shark jaw and sharpnose shark embryo specimens in Dickinson Hall on the University of Florida campus. ©Florida Museum of Natural History photo by Eric Zamora

The dusky shark is a large, yet relatively slender-bodied species, with a distinctly rounded snout and a low ridge running between the front and rear dorsal fins. The upperparts of this species vary from bronzy-grey to blue-grey, while the underparts are white. Juveniles also have dusky tips on most fins, but these become inconspicuous in the adults.

The dusky shark is a large, yet relatively slender-bodied species, with a distinctly rounded snout and a low ridge running between the front and rear dorsal fins. The upperparts of this species vary from bronzy-grey to blue-grey, while the underparts are white. Juveniles also have dusky tips on most fins, but these become inconspicuous in the adults.

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Serama Throw Pillow featuring Circling Sharks in a Surreal Sea of Dusky Apricot - Large Scale by rhondadesigns | Roostery Home Decor

Serama Throw Pillow featuring Circling Sharks in a Surreal Sea of Dusky Apricot - Large Scale by rhondadesigns | Roostery Home Decor

Oceana is the largest international advocacy group working solely to protect the world’s oceans. Oceana is in need of up to 6 volunteers, in the Los Angeles area, to wear a life-sized dusky shark costume at Discovery Channel’s "Fin Fest", which is the Shark Week kick-off event in Hermosa Beach on 8/9 and 8/10.

Oceana is the largest international advocacy group working solely to protect the world’s oceans. Oceana is in need of up to 6 volunteers, in the Los Angeles area, to wear a life-sized dusky shark costume at Discovery Channel’s "Fin Fest", which is the Shark Week kick-off event in Hermosa Beach on 8/9 and 8/10.

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