Wereld van de Haai - Acknowledgement

Wereld van de Haai (World of Sharks) began as an inspirational idea by a small group of people whose main desire was to broaden peoples knowledge of the ocean, it’s marine life and especially that of the perilous life expectancy of our sharks. We would like to acknowledge the following companies and foundations for the use of their databases. Many of these organizations have dedicated their lives to help preserve our oceans and all of its marine life.

​We would also like to commemorate Rob Stewart who died tragically during a diving accident whilst filming a sequel to Sharkwater; Shark Extinction. Rob fought tirelessly during his short period of life against the illegal shark fin trade. You can read more about Rob on our website. 

  • ​Alaska Department of Fish and Game
  • Animal Fact Guide
  • Arkive
  • ati
  • Australian Geographic
  • Australian Institute of Marine Science
  • BBC Nature
  • Brittanica.com
  • Brittish Antarctic Survey
  • Burgers Zoo
  • Business Insider
  • Cabo Expeditions
  • Cool Antarctica
  • Defenders of Wildlife
  • Department of the Environment and Energy - Australia
  • Dinopedia
  • Discover the World
  • Dolfinarium
  • Elasmodiver
  • Everything2
  • Everything Churchill
  • Fishes of Australia
  • Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
  • Florida Museum
  • Fossiel.net
  • Fossilera
  • Geologie van Nederland
  • Hawai Sharks
  • Het laatste continent
  • How Stuff Works
  • IFLScience!
  • InfoNu.nl
  • IUCN
  • Jean-Marie Ghislain
  • Killer-Whale.org
  • Live Science
  • Marine Conservation Society
  • MarineBio.org
  • Megalodon Swag
  • Men's Journal
  • Monterey Bay Aquarium
  • National Geographic
  • Nektos
  • New Scientist Blog
  • NOAA
  • Oceana
  • Ocean Conservancy
  • Oceans Edge
  • Oceanwide Expeditions
  • Ocean Ramsey
  • One Ocean
  • Patrick de Penguin
  • PBS
  • Penguin Science
  • Polar Bears International
  • Scientific American
  • Science Focus
  • Seaworld
  • Shark Attack Data
  • Shark Attack File
  • Shark Guardian
  • Shark Smart
  • Sharkopedia
  • Sharks Facts
  • Sharks World
  • Sharksavers
  • Sharksider
  • Sharkzilla
  • Smithsonian Ocean Portal
  • The Shark Trust
  • The Telegraph
  • The Waterman Project
  • Thought.Co
  • Virginia Institute of Marine Science – Sharks of Virginia
  • Water Inspired
  • WDC - About Whales and Dolphins
  • Whale Facts
  • Wikipedia
  • Wild About Whales
  • WWF

​The images on this website have been obtained from Flickr, Pixabay and in some cases with written permission from their respective owners. We would like to emphasize that we only use uncredited images for an article only when and if absolutely necessary to emphasize the content of the article. However, most uncredited pictures come mainly from Pixabay where accreditation of images is not required.

In the footer on this website, we have added links to the licensing conditions of Flickr and Pixabay, a link to the website of the International Union of Conservation of Nature and a link to the Coral Reef Image Bank. This organization is entirely dependent on donations to continue with their much-needed work. 

Wereld van de Haai always credits images and always asks permission to use copyright images when and where possible. If by any chance you do come across images that you own on our website and that you have not given permission to use, please contact us and we will remove them from our website.

Wereld van de Haai is a non-commercial website. All costs are paid for by the owners.

 

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IS DE WITTE HAAI IN DE NOORDZEE?

Met het veranderende klimaat verandert ook de temperatuur van het zeewater. Nogal wiedes dus dat het leefgebied van haaien ook een verandering ondergaat. De witte haai leeft voornamelijk in gebieden met een gematigde watertemperatuur. De haai komt ook in de Middellandse Zee voor en is zelfs gespot langs de westkust van Frankrijk. Witte haaien kunnen tevens duizenden kilometers afleggen, voor deze haaiensoort is het dus 'peanuts' om de afstand vanaf de kust van Frankrijk naar bijvoorbeeld de Noordzee te overbruggen. In de Noordzee leven er tevens grote koloniën lekker malse zeehondjes, bij uitstek het lievelingsmaal van de witte haai. Wat let de witte haai nog om nog verder op te trekken naar het noorden?

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