Spotashark

Your photos will help identify and protect endangered sand tiger sharks.


How it works

2396 identified sharks

6478 reported sightings


photo credit Jim Dodd

Why we do this

“We aim to monitor and report on the health of the Sand Tiger Shark by providing non-invasive tools to the dive community to record changes at their local aggregations sites. We also welcome similar groups from around the world to join this project.”
- Sean Barker, Project Leader

I want to know more

Encounters around the world

How can I help?

If you are not on site, there are still other ways to get engaged

Adopt a Sand Tiger Shark

  • Support individual research programs in different regions
  • Receive email updates when we resight your adopted animal
  • Display your photo and a quote on the animal's page in our database
Learn more about adopting an individual animal in our study