Shedd vets and animal husbandry team members in Wild Reef developed a plan: Wait until Ginsu was resting comfortably in one
How's this for a whopper of a tail?
Scientists have discovered some critically endangered smalltooth sawfish have been reproducing through parthenogenesis, or
Sawfishes are believed to have evolved from now-extinct primitive sharks, according to the Florida Museum of Natural History
Shark Week is back. The Discovery Channel's annual fear-fest has led millions of Americans -- including some of our own friends and family -- to warily scan their beach waters each August for lurking fins.
The function of the sensory snout is twofold, with receptors detecting water movement as well as the electrical fields produced
According to National Geographic, the strange-looking fish, which is actually part of the ray family, uses its saw-like snout