Saving angels: new plan aims to conserve Critically Endangered Angelshark

Collaborative strategy launches to protect species in its last stronghold An Action Plan to save one of the world’s most threatened shark species from extinction was today unveiled by a partnership of leading conservation organisations. Once widespread throughout the Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea, the unusual Angelshark (Squatina squatina) has suffered severe declines over the … Continue reading Saving angels: new plan aims to conserve Critically Endangered Angelshark

New plan to save Angelsharks

1st July 2016 Experts have come together to help save the Critically Endangered Angelshark. The last populations of the iconic Angelshark (Squatina squatina) can now only be seen in the Canary Islands. Once found along the coast of the Northeast Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea (from Scandinavia to northwest Africa), this species is now Critically … Continue reading New plan to save Angelsharks