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Anglers in Texas reeled in a 283-pound alligator gar after a lengthy battle with the enormous fish. Experts say the catch likely breaks a 72-year record.
Researchers have discovered that hundreds of great white sharks that vanished from their home off the Western Cape of South Africa have moved east in order to survive — but this could spell trouble for both the sharks and the people living there.
Every austral summer, Rangiroa and Tikehau atolls in French Polynesia host a mysterious assembly of female great hammerhead sharks — a critically endangered and typically solitary species.
Believed to have gone extinct at the time of the dinosaurs, the coelacanth has one of the longest gestation periods on Earth — and it can hunt in a headstand.
Great white sharks are the largest predatory fish in the world, but scientists still have much to learn about these iconic predators.
Elusive eels may use ultra-black pigmentation alongside bioluminescence to pounce upon and engulf unwitting prey.
The bizarre Antarctic feather star was once believed to be one species. Now, scientists have figured out that it's actually eight.
Although usually solitary animals, two juvenile great whites, nicknamed Simon and Jekyll, have been tracked traveling more than 4,000 miles together along the U.S. east coast.
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