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Shark biology

Sharks are elasmobranchs, with a skeleton made of light weight cartilage and a body covered in ridged teeth or 'dentricles'. Sharks have swum in our oceans

Quinty is missing !

Quinty, the 3.4m female tiger shark tagged off the Saba Bank in October 2016 has travelled over 1,200 kilometers on her way to Barbados only to

Yarari Sanctuary established

During her visit to Saba and Bonaire at the beginning of September 2015, State Secretary of Economic Affairs, Mrs. Sharon Dijksma, publicly announced the establishment of

Save our Sharks project update

The Dutch Caribbean is poised to benefit from a new funding initiative provided by the Dutch Postcode Lottery aimed at an essential conservation effort - protecting

Shark Conservation

Project Overview Goal Build awareness and capacity for shark conservation throughout the Dutch Caribbean Islands Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Saba, St. Eustatius, St. Maarten Leader DCNA Funders