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“Fishing for mackerel to use as striper bait and this monster swam up. I can’t explain how humbling this was. We had no idea what he was until he got closer, he was as long as our 22ft boat. First experience like this and hope there are more in the future! The coast guard was sent the video and they reached back out to us to let us know he was confirmed as a great white.”


“While I was bottom fishing in the Bahamas, I hooked a massive tiger shark on my Shimano Tiagra 130. We estimated the size of this tiger shark to be 14ft in length and weigh around 1000lbs. It was unbelievable!” – @blacktiph.


This Mako shark took his opportunity to get on camera like a lad who sees a news reporter filming in public and can’t help but grab the mic and scream “f*ck her right in the p*ssy!”


The Blue Planet II team dive to over 700 meters to see what happens to a whale carcass on the seabed. Whilst filming sharks as they feast, the sharks start to take a worrying interest in the submarine!


Submerge yourself into an epic underwater adventure with Ocean Ramsey, Camila Jaber, and Ashleigh Baird as they free dive from freshwater caves to the vast ocean sea-floor in search of Tiger Sharks.


“Hands down the Biggest Dirt Bike Whip Contest of all time. Get completely sideways and watch the Dirt Shark Biggest Whip Contest held at the Monster Energy Cup in Las Vegas Nevada.” – @monsterenergy


Simon Lawrence and Blair Fitzgerald say they were fishing for crabs off the Coast of Coffin Bay when they saw one of the crab pots on the move. Determine to get it back, they launched a drone and followed the shark, a five minute battle then ensued. The shark was filmed nudging the fisherman’s seven-metre boat and chewing on the motors and attacking GPS equipment. The blokes say they’ve never encountered such an aggressive shark in their careers.


“All I saw was a splash, I thought it was a dolphin at first. Then I went back though the footage and realised it was a shark,” Mr Marshall told 7 News Perth. “You just see the fin pull off the wave a metre in front of me, so it’s lucky it didn’t come towards me a bit quicker.”


Snorkeler Ervin McCarty was bitten in the abdomen by a nurse shark and it wouldn’t let go. While diving off Marathon city in the Florida Keys, he was asked by the captain to help get a grouper that a spearfishermen had shot out of a hole. As soon as he got near the hole the shark came straight out and latched on!


“20 minutes after the chum hit the water, Russell spotted a sea monster behind the boat and it didn’t take long to recognise the massive size and white belly of this huge shark, it was a GREAT WHITE! The shark was very curious of the boat and chum. He circled the boat carelessly about 10 times and smiled for the camera before showing interest in one of the baits. He finally took the bait and screamed off 100 yards before becoming unglued. Unfortunately the shark took a bad angle and the main line broke off on the boat. Bummer!”


An injured juvenile great white shark found washed up on a Sydney beach is expected to be returned to the ocean after spending the night in an aquarium. The 1.5m-long shark, nicknamed “Fluffy”, was found thrashing around on the shore of Manly beach, prompting some onlookers to unsuccessfully drag it back out to sea. The shark, which appeared to have some superficial injuries, was later taken to the nearby Fairy Bower ocean pool so it could rest for a few hours under the gaze of stunned beachgoers. Photo via: @AlexMartiniuk


A group of charter boat fishermen aboard the Stunmai II in Cape Cod Bay, Massachusetts, hooked a bit more than they bargained for as a great white shark leapt from the water, snapping up their catch.


“One of the most amazing sights you could ever witness. It shows a healthy marine environment full of life and energy. There were over 200 sharks enjoying the giant bait ball. The beauty of the sharks is always captivating and a humbling experience. They were more surprised to see us than for us to see them!”


In what sounds more like a scene from Jaws than real life, a great white shark bloodied the waters just 25 yards off the coast of Cape Cod as it attacked a seal, causing complete chaos along the shores. The shark attack occurred just feet from a group of surfers, leading those on the beach to think a person had been bit. “I felt like the shark’s gonna pull me in from my legs or something,” surfer Nisi Schlinger told NECN. “People were yelling, ‘Get out the water! Get out the water!’ I thought I was dead.”


I feel bad for the shark swimming away with that hook still in its mouth, but good luck getting it out unscathed, plus I’m sure it’s just happy to be back in the water where it can get some revenge on the next human it finds swimming.


Ballina is considered the “shark attack capital” of Australia. So when local man Craig Bateman was surfing and then saw a dorsal fin protruding from the water, he braced for the worst. Bateman, 42, said he had been surfing with a friend near Ballina. After riding a wave, he turned around and saw the fin directly behind him. “My life flashed before my eyes,” he said.


It was a long way to go from New Zealand to Ascension Island to nearly get eaten by sharks! In this video, shooting a small yellowfin tuna with a pole spear got out of control when two Galapagos sharks tried to steal the catch.


The croc swam up to the boat and waited, ignoring the scraps but had his mouth open and ready. Another scrap was thrown into the water and a shark darted in to claim it, but the croc quickly latched into the shark’s head and swam away to a nearby mangrove. Savage.