Shark attacks are rare, but they do attack.
Thousands have rallied against Western Australia’s catch-and-kill policy.
He didn’t even go to the hospital until he’d had a beer at his local pub.
Deadliest predator? Whatever.
Plus the coolest tree house ever, the man who boxed a tiger shark, and eight of Oprah’s most out-of-touch gift ideas.
Monsters do exist!
Just give up now, disaffected youths. H/t to Toyko Desu.
The ocean is terrifying.
Plus the 32 best break-up songs of all time, how to make your very own ramen burger, and posters for all the fake movies from Seinfeld.
If you can’t take the shark bite, then stay the heck out of the ocean, Snuffy.
Jack Mullen was surfing at the Kailua beach in Oahu, Hawaii when he discovered a full-grown hammerhead shark thrashing in the shallow water at the shore.
The dangerous side of being an outdoorsman.
Sadly, the victim had died by the time police arrived on the scene. A swimmer off the coast of Auckland, New Zealand was attacked and killed by a 14 foot shark, believed to be a Great White. He has been identified as 46-year-old Adam Strange. Despite being shot several times, police are uncertain if the shark is dead or alive.
Photographer Dana Allen captured these stunning photos off the shore of Cape Town, South Africa.
…and I thought fishing was boring.
No. Just, no. I’m never going into water ever again. Even the shower. Sorry, everyone who has to smell me. All of these were caught by Jeremy Wade, the silver-fox madman who hosts River Monsters on Animal Planet. And, yes, he releases everything he catches.
Give me some fin. We are one evolutionary step closer to Street Sharks.
We’re gonna need a bigger boat. This is the carcass of a whale shark, the world’s largest fish, being removed from a port in Karachi, Pakistan. The whale shark is endangered, but don’t worry…it was already dead when they found it.
Photoshop at its finest.
I’d smile too if dinner just wandered up next to me. Photographer Doug Perrine showed a serious lack of self-preservation by posing with this elusive animal that is known to hunt polar bears.
If “Jaws” was a family film, then I probably wouldn’t have that crippling fear of sharks. But I’d probably have a crippling fear of singing sharks. (via videosift.com)
A rare encounter with a giant shark off the coast of Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, captured on video. “We think it’s two dolphins pretty far apart. Those two dolphins turned out to be one giant shark.”
No, it’s not an iPhone App or the latest failed reality show…it’s a golf course in Australia that’s been infested by sharks. About six bull sharks were washed into the water hazards after a nearby river flooded onto the golf course. And now they’re breeding. Everything in Australia can kill you, even golf.
Not even sure what exactly a shark tea infuser is, but I’m sure I want one.
This may be the worst shark ever witnessed on film or TV. Or maybe it’s the best. Thoughts? Watch Video ›
A research vessel off the coast of South Africa got quite a shock when this shark leaped out of the water and on to their boat. Like good scientists, they saved the shark! Read the full story here. View Image ›