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Yet, in stark contrast to their reputation, some sharks are gentle giants that harmlessly filter vast quantities of plankton. Others have highly developed senses that allow them to detect prey from tiny signals sent from miles away. No matter what you think of them, they are one of the greatest and most stunning animals on planet earth.
After a day out free diving, Max Mironov decided to do some exploring in his kayak. The only thing is, the sharks didn’t want to part ways. Here you can see Max dealing with his new friends as they become aggressive towards him, resulting in a few slaps from a paddle.
A tiger shark was filmed eating a cow in the middle of the Indian Ocean in this underwater footage. The predator was captured taking lumps out of the dead animal off the coast of the French island of Mayotte. The men filmed the bizarre scenario from on top of a boat and kept their distance until the shark swam away. It is not clear how the horned zebu cow came to being in the water but it’s thought it was on a makeshift vessel 500 metres from shore when it fell off.
“Watch the first ever Monster Energy FMX High Rollers Contest held at the Monster Energy Cup in Las Vegas Nevada. Its Gnarly!” – Dirt Shark.
“While I was in the other submersible cage, this shark, which seemed aggressive early on, just casually swims up and bites the shark cage’s air supply. As soon as this happens, our cage has half the supply we had, and breathing becomes labored through the entire event. While the dive master is switching air supply for his cage, the shark decides to dive down into the cage with 3 other divers. It then wedges itself into the cage. Luckily no one was hurt, including the shark.” – Peter Maguire. For more info please visit bluewaterdivetravel.com
Meet Dan Hoey, the owner and operator of Salty Dog Charters in Port Fairy, Victoria. On one of his charters, Hoey realised that an extremely large shark had started to circle the boat. It was even trying to take some chomps into the boat, he said: “This big beast turned up and wouldn’t leave us alone. It nearly took a chunk out of my Yamaha motors, leaving a few small dents and scratches.” So, he did what any absolute maniac would do – he shoved it away with a garden broom.
This is the terrifying moment a diver found himself trapped inside a tiny cage with a ferocious great white shark – and somehow emerged unscathed. The unbelievable footage, believed to have been filmed somewhere off the coast of Mexico, captures the moment a shark-watching expedition went horribly wrong and almost ended with a diver being torn to shreds!
Forever is over. Dust off the trophy cabinet. Turn on the porch lights. Finally, Cronulla have done it. After 49 years of misery, misfortune and missed opportunities, the Sharks have managed what no team to wear the sky blue before them had done. They’ve ended rugby league’s longest drought, taking the premiership trophy to unchartered waters after a 14-12 victory against the Melbourne Storm at ANZ Stadium on Sunday night.
In the taut thriller, when Nancy (Blake Lively) is surfing on a secluded beach, she finds herself on the feeding ground of a great white shark. Though she is stranded only 200 yards from shore, survival proves to be the ultimate test of wills, requiring all of Nancy’s ingenuity, resourcefulness, and fortitude.
22-year-old college student Tyler McQuillen said: “I was diving off the coast of Santa Barbara at Refugio Point when I was hit in the back, I thought it was my friends playing a joke on me. I lost grip of my speargun which I quickly retrieved and then it hit me. A HUGE great white which was at least 12ft long attacked me from the left side. It quickly circled around me and I used my speargun to keep it away.” Holy sh*t, remind me to never swim in murky water with bait tied to me. You’re in a 3d environment, you’re not really well equipped to get out of quickly, and you’ve got to hope sharks don’t sense your thrashing, bleeding kills tied to your waist. This is why I always carry a knife. So I can cut my diving buddy and escape while he bleeds and the shark eats him.
A Florida scuba diver surfaced in the Atlantic Ocean and found his boat and anchor line gone. Then the sharks showed up. Randy Fales, 68, of Satellite Beach, said he was spearfishing about 17 miles northeast of Sebastian Inlet while his family waited on a boat above. the situation took a turn for the worse when his anchor line, which connected him both to the boat and to a floating jug meant to mark his location, separated.