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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.
A gang of sharks can be seen swarming violently during the whale buffet off the shores of Cape Cuvier, near Carnarvon in Western Australia. Grant and his son Sam Eastland were awe-struck at the spectacle, which saw some of the sharks come so close to the shore they almost beached themselves. For Sam, the lure of touching a shark proved too much as he ran into the water during the frenzy. “I wanted to see if I could grab it,” he said. “But I got a bit too wet.”
Last year, Mick Fanning was lucky to survive a terrifying shark attack at J-Bay. He took time out from surfing, and admitted he didn’t know if he would ever make it back. This year, he won the J-Bay Open. In an incredible tale of overcoming adversity, the likeable Aussie surfer somehow managed to defy nerves and fear — he’d be crazy if he wasn’t at least a little scared in the water — to win his fourth crown at the South African event!
People shared and then they argued like hell over their authenticity. And it was this debate over authenticity that propelled each videos’ viral success. The content series was envisioned as a social experiment to explore the creation and distribution of ‘new media’, with the process involving The Woolshed Co. strategising, creating, releasing and then integrating the learnings into the next piece. Incredible stuff.
“Hello Jbay I’m back! Didn’t know how my first surf was going to go back here but after the first wave all is good again, love this place!” – Mick Fanning.
“Fishing the outflow from a Nuclear Power Plant in a kayak my friend KC hooks into a 4 foot black tip shark only to have it ripped in half by a very large Bull Shark and it didn’t stop after that. I did my best to get some video of the attack from my paddle board. Wow, that was crazy.” – Palm Beach Pete.