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South Africa is home to some big scary sharks. These tourists were seeing a great white close up when it decided to try and bust into the cage and take a bite of them. Luckily the bars bent and didn’t break!

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This huge Hammerhead shark follows these kayakers for 2 miles off the coast of South Florida, continuously nudging their kayaks.

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Because, “it could only take your arm off”, means you are in relative safety in Australia, this guy decided to try his luck with a little tiger shark and jumped onto its back.

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In the ocean off Western Australia, a handful of tiger and great white sharks were devouring a giant dead whale. 26-year old Harrison Williams from nearby Perth decided to ride the whale and jumped into the shark infested water, then climbed atop the whale as sharks circled it.

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Galapagos Islands is home to many species. One of the most remarkable is the Hammerhead Shark which is currently classified as an endangered species in the IUCN red list. Their migrations can be witnessed in such numbers that are hard to estimate and are truly breath taking. Enjoy this footage of the shark sanctuaries of Darwin’s Arch and Wolf Island in the far northwest corner of the Galapagos.

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At least 100 sharks took part in the wild feeding frenzy right on the shoreline at Cape Lookout in North Carolina. For more than five minutes the sharks were swimming in and out of the surf, and some became beached in the fury!

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Off the coast of South Australia, a great white shark bursts from the water to rip into another shark! The rare moment was caught on camera by as the monster fish concreted their reputation as the ocean’s most fearsome predator.

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This guy couldn’t land the shark on the rocks, so he jumped into the water to grab the shark and took it up to the beach where unhooked it, and released it back in the ocean. This guy is someone I want to be mates with.

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This fisherman hooked up a beauty at the end of the day, only to have it stolen by a shark, the criminals of the ocean!

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This incredible scene was filmed around the Cocos Island which is located way out in the middle of the Indian ocean. 6 killer whales hunted, killed and fed on a tiger shark. What a rare sight!

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We love a good shark video, but this time we bring a different perspective. Rather than watching a shark tearing a seal apart or trying to get inside a diver’s cage, we get to know sharks on a more personal level.

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These swimmers casually wade through the glorious blue waters of Florida, while a killer lurks nearby on the prowl for fresh meat. Luckily it was a sting ray the shark made a meal out!

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Watch as a goliath grouper comes out of nowhere and eats a black tip shark in one bite off the coast of Bonita Springs, Florida. Sharks are no longer the only thing to fear in the ocean!

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A reputable source says Discovery Channel employees were “stoned” when they came up with Shark Week; however, a former Shark Week executive producer claims they were only “lightly” inebriated. Either way, there was definitely drinking and probably a few spirited rants during the conception of Shark Week. After the idea was brought up, it was written on a cocktail napkin and then the world became a better place.

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With fake documentaries about “Megalodon” and “Submarine,” the Discovery Channel has turned Shark Week into a source of misinformation about sharks. But it wasn’t always like this. Discovery also owns Animal Planet which shows programs like “Finding Bigfoot.” So this isn’t that surprising, just sad.

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The cameraman and a friend were busy enjoying the delights of the deep when the largest fish on the planet got a little too close for comfort. Whale sharks only eat plankton and very small fish but the diver, after being warned by his friend, was understandably terrified and let out a scream when he saw the opened-jawed animal coming straight for him.

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For a group of Florida divers, every week is Shark Week. Mickey Smith and Robert “Cameron” Nimmo are featured this week in a short GoPro video titled, “Petting a tiger shark.” The footage is incredible, revealing a surreal scene beyond Jupiter, involving a large tiger shark moving gracefully through azure waters as it approaches the divers to be fed and gently touched.

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While spearfishing on the Great Barrier Reef, Strick from ‘Back to Basics Adventures‘ has an unexpected bull shark encounter. Shout out to the man himself, Jack Strickland for the bloody entertaining submission.