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News from Artis Aquarium of the Amsterdam zoo:
Baby short-tailed nurse sharks
A global first in the Artis Aquarium
Since Wednesday morning 23 January, two young small short-tailed nurse sharks are swimming around in the Artis Aquarium. As the first aquarium anywhere in the world, Artis has succeeded in breeding this shark species, which is rare in aquariums. During the breeding, it was discovered that this shark lays eggs; though it had been thought that short-tailed nurse sharks were ovoviviparous.
Shark species face extinction amid overfishing and appetite for fins: here.
Sharks are dying by the dozen due to internal bleeding, via Discovery News: here.
Analysis of fins from the shark fin trade finds that 45% contain mercury, lead, or arsenic exceeding max safe levels: here.
Turning the tables: Attack Survivors Help Sharks: here.
7 Key Shark Habitats That Need Conservation Now: here.
Shark attacks are rare – and related deaths even rarer: here.
Tiny aquarium holds just 10ml of water: here.