Living Sharks Museum
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HOME OF “MONSTER MAN” FRANK MUNDUS

LIVING SHARKS MUSEUM

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Join us for a look into the world of the shark, from historical perspective, to sharksploitation and modern conservation. The Living Sharks Museum, curated by Keith Cowley, houses his personal collection of prehistoric shark fossils, shark film memorabilia, and exhibits that tell the story of the human impact on sharks throughout history. Living Sharks Museum is an outreach initiative for Living Sharks Project and admission is free. It is a tiny pop-up style exhibit housed within the Wild Animal Trust Gallery.

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LIVING SHARKS RESEARCH CENTER

Education Through Conservation

Living Sharks Museum resides as a pop-up style exhibition inside the Living Sharks Project office and Research Center. Current research involves shark tournament history, data and solutions, citizen science opportunities, as well as fact-based shark advocacy resources and marketing materials for future activists.

Our collections also include a comparative dentition collection (shark teeth) with over 30 species of living sharks, and over 40 species of prehistoric sharks.

Learn more about Living Sharks Project here!