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University of Costa Rica Opposes Shark Commercialization

The University of Costa Rica called on the national community not to trade or consume shark species. “In Costa Rica, 56% of all species and...

Costa Rica’s Coco Island National Park Declared Natural Shark Sanctuary

The President of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado Quesada, and the Minister of Environment and Energy, Rolando Castro Cordoba, signed this Friday, April 22nd, an...

Fishing nations agree better protection for mako shark

North Atlantic fishing nations have pledged to better protect the endangered shortfin mako shark by ending overfishing from 2022 and helping stocks to rebound...

Tagged: Shark That Killed Tourist off Costa Rica Island

The scientist charged the 14-foot female tiger shark and used a six-foot pole spear to place the transmitter.

Scientist tags shark that killed United States tourist off Cocos Island

The scientist charged the 14-foot female tiger shark and used a six-foot pole spear to place the transmitter.

Misión Tiburón: The husband and wife team protecting sharks in Costa Rica

There has been a drastic decline in population of several shark species around the world over the past few years, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). The non-profit organization Misión Tiburón in Guanacaste is committed to marine life with a focus on shark conservation.

Scuba diving in Belize, we were outnumbered by the sharks

Twenty meters deep while scuba diving in Belize, we were swarmed by dozens of nurse sharks of all sizes — some as long as me — that seemed as curious about us as we were about them.

Costa Rica’s shark conservation record is a ‘mixed bag,’ observers say

Confused about whether Costa Rica is a champion or enemy of shark conservation? So is everyone else.

Isla del Caño, Costa Rica: Snorkeling with sharks and grappling with aliens

Sharks, dolphins, turtles and yes, aliens, steal the show on a magical mystery boat tour of the Sierpe River and Isla del Caño, Costa Rica.

Fishing industry, conservationists both wary of Solís stance on shark protections

President Luis Guillermo Solís was forced this week to defend his administration's record on shark protections before a group of international shark experts.

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