Histogram of latency time in seconds for S. scriba (left panel) and D. annularis (right panel). The inset panels show the proportion of captured (black) and non-captured (grey) in high and low intensity fishing environments for both fish species.Recreational angling intensity correlates with alteration of vulnerability to fishing in carnivorous coastal fish species
    Capo_Caccia_e_Punta_GiglioThe Intrinsic Vulnerability to Fishing of Coral Reef Fishes and Their Differential Recovery in Fishery Closures
    APractical Management of Cumulative Anthropogenic Impacts with Working Marine Examples

    A hammerhead shark swims off after workupShark tagging with Grand Classroom Ohio
    This upside-down view of a Nurse shark's mouth reveals adaptations for hunting crustaceans, a preferred prey group. The barbels near the nostrils are sensory organs and the small but powerful mouth is filled with tiny teeth, all designed to pulverize the hard shells of crabs and lobsters.Shark Tagging with Aventura City of Excellence School
    A successful day of shark taggingShark Tagging with Lauderdale Lakes
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    A large male bull shark is pulled toward the research vessel for sampling and tagging. He was released within five minutes in great condition.Photo of the Week: Bull Shark
    A Great Hammerhead shark sweeps across the sand in Bimini, Bahamas. Photo Credit: Christine ShepardPhoto of the Week: Great Hammerhead
    A fisherman spears an invasive lionfish in the warm, shallow waters of Nassau, Bahamas.Photo of the Week: Invasive Lionfish