The first Web site (1) is the online counterpart to Discovery Channel's famous Shark Week, offering sharks facts, images, and games. The Underwater Times presents the latest shark-related stories from online news sources in this Web site (2). The next Web site (3) is the home page of the Shark Research Insitute, which promotes sharks as a sustainable natural resource for the dive tourism industry. Learn all about how sharks work in this Web site (4) from Marshall Brain's How Stuff Works. Then, access dozens of shark video clips at this Web site from PBS's NOVA (5). The next Web site is a news story from CBS.com that addresses problems associated with the demand for shark fin soup (6). The next two Web sites are geared toward kids. The San Diego Natural History Museum Web site (7) contains shark-related games and information, while the final Web site (8), from EnchantedLearning.com, offers a ton of shark information and activities, including shark pictures that can be printed out and colored in.


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