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Conservation

Marine conservation is of utmost importance to us. We believe that it can be collectively achieved through education and a shift in mind set. Apex Shark Expeditions supports the following conservation organisations:

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  • Dyer Island Conservation Trust

Scientific research papers

The following are research papers based on research done in various
Great White Shark hotspots around the world:

Description

Format

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Effects of lunar phase on predator-prey interactions between white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) and Cape fur seals (Arctocephalus pusillus pusillus) - 2016

518 kb

Intraguild predation and partial consumption of blue sharks Prionace glauca by Cape fur seals Arctocephalus pusillus pusillus - 2015

662 kb

White Sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) scavenging on whales and the role this has in further shaping the ecology of an apex predator – 2013

2.02 mb

Global perspectives on the biology and life history of the White Shark – 2012

327 kb

Global perspectives on the biology and life history of the White Shark – 1997 to 2010

1.92 mb

Marine predator – prey contests: Ambush and speed versus vigilance and agility - 2009

422 kb

Hunting patterns and geographic profiling of White Shark predation – 2009

329 kb

Effects of environmental conditions on predator – prey interactions between White Sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) and Cape Fur Seals (Arctocephalus pusillus) at Seal Island, South Africa – 2006

1.65 mb

Predatory behaviour of White Sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) at Seal Island, South Africa – 2005

3.94 mb

Natural mortality of Puffadder Shy Sharks due to Cape Fur Seals and Black-backed Kelp Gulls at Seal Island – 2003

748 kb

Seafood watch card

Even as an individual, one can make a significant contribution to the conservation of our oceans.
A few years ago, Monterey Bay Aquarium came up with the idea of producing a Seafood Watch Card. This wallet-size card carries information on all seafood items that we as consumers regularly purchase in stores and restaurants. It offers information around the most environmentally-friendly.

The objective is to allow consumers to make informed decisions about the sustainability of the seafood they're eating.

Different species of fish and seafood are more abundant in different parts of the world. Below, you will find links to Seafood Watch Cards that are available for use in different parts of the USA; Canada; The United Kingdom and South Africa.

This is one way that we as individuals can make a difference. Please feel free to pass this information on to your friends and family. Follow the links below.

Click on the map to download the relevant card for your region