So named for their short, blunt snout and cantankerous nature. Generally solitary animals, Bull Sharks like to be left alone and can be very territorial. Read more
All sharks – bright and beautiful, great and small, weird and wonderful– we love them all. And this limited-edition Shark Trust calendar celebrates them in style. Read more
Sharks invest a lot of energy into producing a few, well-developed young. There are 3 main methods of reproduction: oviparity (egg-laying), ovoviviparity and vivparity (live birth). Read more
Our mission is to safeguard the future of sharks through positive change. We achieve this through science, education, influence and action.
Together let's safeguard a future for sharks in our oceans. We've got lots of ways you can get involved. From becoming a member or citizen scientist to fundraising and volunteering.
Inspiring the next generation. Click here to enter our kids zone. Packed with fun facts, resources and ways for under 12's to get involved with shark conservation.
Help vulnerable shark species in the Atlantic by supporting our No Limits? campaign. Let's stop uncontrolled shark fishing. Read more
Help Basking Sharks in the Northeast Atlantic by donating to our Basking Shark Project. Read more
Donate today and help our flagship citizen science project go from strength to strength. Read more
Check out our selection of top shark stories for the month. Covering the latest news and discoveries from around the world... Read more
We caught up with Hannah from our team, who's also the designer behind the vibrant shark illustrations and LOVE SHARKS 2021 Calendar. Read more
With voracious appetites, Tiger Sharks will eat pretty much anything. This is why they're often referred to as the 'Dustbin of the Sea'. Read more