Dusky Shark (Carcharhinus obscurus)

Dusky Sharks The Dusky shark swims in tropical and temperate oceans worldwide, cruising from depths of 1,300 feet (400 meters) near the continental shelf all the way in to the surf zone and other shallow inshore waters. Dusky sharks are long-distance swimmers known for seasonal, temperature-driven migrations that males and females undertake in separate groups. […]

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The annual sardine run – an experience not to be missed

Every year large shoals of sardines enter the waters of southern KwaZulu-Natal during the winter months. Here’s a taste of what happens when they arrive. Feeding frenzy Every year, in June or July along the KwaZulu-Natal coast, word gets out and within hours crowds of people converge on the area to join sharks, game fish, […]

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