Tag Archive | "tiger shark"

Female tiger sharks migrate during fall pupping season

Papastamatiou: ‘Although sharks show preference for certain islands, they don’t stay resident in specific bays for long periods’

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Warning signs will remain posts at two surf spots along Alii Drive until authorities are convinced no sharks are in the area. Swimmers and surfers are urged to stay out of the water in the meantime. (Hawaii 24/7 photo by Karin Stanton)

Kona man transported to hospital after shark bite

Hawaii 24/7 Staff Police have initiated a public accident case in connection with a shark attack Tuesday afternoon in waters off a Kona beach. A Kailua-Kona man was swimming about 100 feet off shore shortly before 1 p.m. when he spotted a shark in waters off Kekaha Kai State Park, also known as Kona Coast […]

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Public warned to keep out of water around dead whale off Pahoa

MEDIA RELEASE The Department of Land and Natural Resources is warning the public to keep out of the nearshore and ocean waters off Pahoa, due to the presence of tiger sharks that are being attracted to a decomposing 50-foot-long sperm whale carcass. DLNR’s aquatic resources and enforcement divisions are working together to post shark warning […]

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Crews to re-check coastline Monday morning before beach can open

Hapuna Beach closed Sunday after shark sightings

Crews to re-check coastline Monday morning before beach can open

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Yo-yo diving behavior is not primarily energy conservation strategy, but search strategy

Scientists discover a new tiger shark hunting technique

Yo-yo diving behavior is not primarily energy conservation strategy, but search strategy

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