Angel Shark Sightings Map

Thank you for reporting your angel shark sighting – it will provide vital data to help conserve these Critically Endangered species. Please fill in as much information as you can on the form below. This information will be shared with Partners and Collaborators to better understand and conserve angel sharks.

Please record details for each individual shark below by clicking "add another angel shark".

Please record details for each individual shark using the form below. Once you have completed information for your first angel shark, click “add another angel shark” to fill in details for the next.

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Please check this box if you are happy for your personal information to be shared with partners of the Angel Shark Sightings Map. Partners may contact you to validate the sighting or gain further information to help angel shark conservation.

Please check this box if you do not want any of the project partners to use your photographs on social media or to promote angel shark conservation.

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Please report your angel shark sighting to the Angel Shark Sightings Map. This information will be shared with Partners and Collaborators to better understand and conserve angel sharks. Thank you for your help!

To report your angel shark sighting:

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Information on Angel Sharks

The angel shark family is the third most threatened of all the world’s sharks and rays. Three species of angel shark used to be widespread across the Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea (our current focus), but have dramatically declined over the last 100 years:

There is hope! The Canary Islands have been identified as a unique stronghold for on species, the Angelshark, and angel shark “hotspots” have been found in other parts of their range. Help us to better understand and conserve these species by reporting your angel shark sighting to the map.

Find out more about angel shark research and conservation at www.angelsharknetwork.com

Partners and Collaborators

The following organisations are Partners or Collaborators of the Angel Shark Sightings Map and will receive your sightings data. The data will be used by each organisation to better understand and conserve Angel Sharks in their area of interest.

Please email us if you would like to become a Partner or Collaborator.

The Angel Shark Sightings Map was developed by Octophin Digital for the Zoological Society of London as part of the Angel Shark Project. It was funded by Disney Conservation Fund, Mohamed Bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund, Save Our Seas Foundation, Shark Conservation Fund and The Biodiversity Consultancy.

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Bathymetry data is provided via: EMODnet Bathymetry Consortium (2018). EMODnet Digital Bathymetry (DTM 2018). EMODnet Bathymetry Consortium. https://doi.org/10.12770/18ff0d48-b203-4a65-94a9-5fd8b0ec35f6

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