Hammerhead Shark Carcass Found On Delray BeachA carcass of a hammerhead shark was found by a fire-rescue captain in Delray Beach, Florida.
Caught On Camera: Hammerhead Steals Fisherman's CatchAs anyone will tell you, there's a big difference between knowing sharks are around and seeing one up close.
Fishermen Catch 12-Foot Hammerhead Off Florida BeachA couple of Florida fishermen are sharing photos of their "fish of a lifetime" after reeling in a 12-foot hammerhead on the shoreline of Sanibel Island.
VIDEO: Tiger Shark Attacks Hammerhead In Fierce Underwater BattleHere’s something you don’t see every day! A 1,000+ pound tiger shark attacking a large hammerhead shark as it is being reeled in.
Caught On Camera: Hungry Hammerhead Chases Tarpon Under Boat“We need a bigger boat!” That’s the comment from one startled fisherman after spotting a huge and hungry hammerhead shark chasing a tarpon under his boat.
Hammerhead Shark Follows KayakersA couple of kayakers were followed by a hammerhead shark for nearly two miles while paddling their way back to shore after fishing.
Sharks: Dangerous, And In DangerEvery year you seem them on the news, thousands of sharks off our coastline swimming just feet from the beach. In 2011 Florida had more shark attacks than any state in the country, or the world for that matter. This is the first of a 6-part series of reports on our sharks. Filmed up and down our coastline over the past three months, we are taking you closer than we have ever been to the ocean's top predator.
Killing Certain Sharks Off Florida To Become A CrimeFlorida fisherman will soon be banned from killing tiger sharks and three kinds of hammerheads in Florida state waters.
Florida Bans The Killing Of Tiger, Hammerhead SharksFlorida fisherman will soon be banned from killing tiger sharks and three kinds of hammerheads thanks to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
Killing Some Sharks Off Florida To Become A CrimeFlorida fisherman may soon be banned from killing tiger sharks and three kinds of hammerheads thanks to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.