This 4m/13ft great white shark came just meters from the waters edge at coronation beach in Western Australia. It was continually swimming about 50m out then coming back to the shore. Two days later it was found washed up on the same beach.
This drone was filming a shark as it cruised along the coastline near a bunch of paddle boarders. Then one of them catches a wave and runs right on the top of the shark. Hopefully that shark doesn’t grow massive and want revenge on humans!
What better way to promote a week long event of shark documentaries than with some lord riding on the backs of two sharks with a bikini babe. I score this a 10!
A group of fisherman got an unexpected fright when a 16ft great white shark attacked their bait bag after circling their boat for 20 minutes. Nerves frayed as the apex predator grappled with the basket of bait, which was attached to the fishing boat and trailing in the blue Atlantic waters. The close encounter with the shark happened in waters off Cape May, south New Jersey, around 27-Mile Wreck, the site of a Second World War-era shipwreck.
While cage diving off the coast of New Zealand with a GoPro 360 rig that holds 6 GoPro cameras, an 18 foot great white bit the cameras and snapped them off the pole the scuba diver was holding. If you have the balls to swim to the bottom of the shark infested sea, there’s 5 grand in it for you!
Pull the plug in that sink immediately. Don’t worry, the shark won’t die, it will be washed into the sewers where all the crocodiles lurk and Ninja Turtles hang out. It will live a long and happy life down there eating pizza and telling war stories.
In a performance protest against the Australian shark cull and the global slaughter of sharks, a woman risks it all to dance on the sea floor with swarms of tiger sharks up to 17 feet long without any dive or protective gear. If you would like to sign their petition to stop the Australian shark cull, please click HERE!
Footage claiming to show a man fighting off a Great White shark in Sydney Harbour has gained the attention of the world’s media. The video, uploaded to a YouTube account under the name of Terry Tufferson, purports to show footage of the encounter at Manly’s Jump Rock which was captured on a GoPro. Check it out!
After researchers tagged a number of great white sharks to study their movement patterns along Australia’s coast, one of the devices washed ashore with some terrifying data! What is eating sharks this big?
This is unbelievable! Watch as this professional shark handler, Cristina Zenato, summons a reef shark to her lap and then cuddles and pats it like it’s a puppy dog. Filmed during Bahamas Underwater Photo Week, this footage shows that even sharks can be loving (or at least calm) toward humans.
Rainer Schimpf was documenting the annual sardine run when a 15 meter whale lunged for a ball of fish, only just missing him. Luckily the giant mammal swerved at the last moment to avoid him. Rainer then had a close call with a curious shark. He should buy himself a lottery ticket.
This huge great white shark was spotted off the coast of Manhattan Beach, California. Local surfers aren’t scared of the sharks in the area, and have even been known to chase or grab the sharks when they come close!
A female diver was attacked while 50 feet underwater off the coast of Hawaii. Video of the incident shows a diver quickly swim towards her and rip out her oxygen line. Allegedly the divers being filmed were trying to catch special fish to sell for home aquariums. This can damage the ecosystem and that’s why the man reacted aggressively to being filmed.
If anything is likely to put you off going scuba diving, it’s this disturbing video that shows the moment Jimmy Roseman was forced to use a harpoon gun to fight off a great white shark off the coast of Florida at Bethel Shoals.
Are sharks getting smarter? This one clearly had a plan to sink this inflatable boat to get to the buffet sitting inside. I don’t even want to see the ocean again knowing this monster is out there!