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File image of a Nurse Shark (CBS4)

Researchers Study Sharks’ Sense Of Smell, Vision

If a shark’s nose was plugged, would it still be able to hunt? Some scientists say yes.

04/02/2014

(Source: CBS4)

Diver Operators Accused Of Illegally Feeding Sharks

Four employees of a two Palm Beach dive boat operations have been charged with illegally feeding sharks in state waters – a practice which has been banned for a dozen years.

03/20/2014

SUNRISE, FL - JANUARY 16: Brian Campbell #51 of the Florida Panthers looks back as Patrick Marleau #12 of the San Jose Sharks gains control of the puck in front of goaltender Tim Thomas #34 at the BB&T Center on January 16, 2014 in Sunrise, Florida. (Photo by: Joel Auerbach/Getty Images)

Sharks Shut Out Panthers 3-0

Joe Pavelski, Matt Nieto and Joe Thornton scored and Alex Stalock made 24 saves for his first career shutout and the San Jose topped the Florida Panthers 3-0 on Thursday night.

01/16/2014

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Protected Florida Sharks And Rays Illegally Shipped

Federal prosecutors want prison time for the president of an Idaho aquarium convicted in the illegal shipping of protected sharks and rays from Florida.

12/02/2013

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2 Keys Marine Dealers Guilty In Illegal Marine Life Scheme

Two Keys marine dealers pleaded guilty Wednesday for conspiring to harvest and transport marine life.

09/26/2013

(Source: AP)

Researchers Catch Arctic Shark Off Florida Coast

Researchers at Florida State University made quite the unusual catch in the Gulf of Mexico recently.

CBS Miami–08/16/2013

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NSU Helps Track Sharks With A Mouse Click

Shark enthusiasts all over the world have a new tool to track sharks and dive into “Shark Week 2013” with the help of a South Florida university.

CBS Miami–08/05/2013

Sharks migrate North off Deerfield Beach. (Source: CBS4)

Deerfield Beach Closes Beach Areas Due To Migrating Sharks

Sections of Deerfield Beach are closed to swimmers as dozens and dozens of sharks make their annual migration north just off shore.

CBS4–03/07/2013

Every year, thousands of sharks migrate off South Florida's shores. (Source: CBS4)

The Great Shark Count Off South Florida’s Shores

From a plane above you can see them. The massive amounts of black dots are presumably black tip sharks. The congregations are all along Palm Beach’s shoreline and slowly thins out as you move towards Miami-Dade County.

02/17/2013

A painting on display as part of the new SHARK exhibit at the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale. (Source: CBS4)

SHARK Exhibit Features Celebrated Creatures Of The Sea

Do you love sharks? You’ll love a new South Florida art exhibit featuring nothing but these celebrated creatures of the sea.

CBS4–05/10/2012

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