Sharks have evolved to survive in every ocean! This includes ways they reproduce - from Egg-laying on the seabed or in seaweed to Live-birth from the mother!
The porbeagle is a shark species, belonging to the Mackerel shark family; the same family as the great White shark, of which they are commonly mistaken by the media due to a very similar look;…
Plastic has been found throughout the entire water column, from the surface waters to the deep-sea trenches, wrapped around the bodies, and inside the stomachs of wildlife, in all oceans around…
Since the launch of the Sea Deep Project in 2018, 1000 eggcases have been recorded from 22 locations around the coast of Northern Ireland!
The Flapper skate, Dipturus intermedia, the ‘manta ray of the Atlantic’!
Spurdog, also known as spiny dogfish, are named due to their tendency to hunt in dog-like packs!
SeaSearch is a volunteer group of experienced divers. Their aim is to map out the various types of sea bed found in the near-shore zone around Britain and Ireland. They record what lives in each…
Our placement student Naomi tells us about her Sea Deep Culture Night experience!
Our Living Seas Trainee, Maeve, tells us what she learnt on a recent Sea Deep shark tagging course.
It was a beautiful sunny morning on 25 July, great weather for some shark and skate egg case hunting!