White Shark Webcast

Join the first White Shark Webcast at noon, Pacific time, this Friday, Nov. 16. White shark researcher Sal Jorgensen, Monterey Bay Aquarium exhibit curator John O'Sullivan and aquarium storyteller Ken Peterson will answer all your shark questions.

You'll also learn about the dangers that white sharks face in the ocean, and what the aquarium is doing to help.

They'll start with a live audio slide show that features the young white shark who's living in the aquarium's Outer Bay Exhibit, and then open the Webcast to your questions.

 

Want to know how the shark was found? What he eats? What he's taught the researchers so far about shark behavior? All these questions and any others you come up with will be answered on Friday. 

Here's how to tune in:

Register today for the webcast. If you have trouble accessing this link, please copy and paste the following address into your browser: http://www.webcastgroup.com/client/start.asp?wid=0841116073829   

Once you register, you'll receive a confirmation e-mail, with a link to the webcast. On Friday November, 16 at noon Pacific Time, just click the link and watch the webcast directly from your computer. (And don't forget to turn on your volume.)
If you have any questions about the webcast, please e-mail us at mhahn@mbayaq.org.
 

 

 

great white sharks

hi, just recently i learnt that there has been sharks washed up dead on the lincolnshire coast, i was really interested in finding out if there is any information on either great white sharks or others seen or found in the lincolnshire coastal area's, especially [donna nook].