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Richard PeirceThere are plus or minus 30 species of sharks in U.K. waters including the world's second largest fish, the Basking shark, and others that will surprise many readers; Shortfin Makos, Smooth Hammerheads, Threshers, Blue sharks, and Greenland sharks.
In 2008, together with Simon Spear, my partner in Elasmo Films, I started work on making a film about the sharks found in U.K. waters. The result was "Sharks in British Seas" which as far as I am aware is still the only film yet made to concentrate exclusively on British sharks, (this film is still available on Shark Conservation Society website at £6.99)...
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