Swiftly spreading across the Web is this photo of a hungry great white shark taken by New Jersey elementary school teacher Amanda Brewer. “I wasn’t even a little bit frightened,” she said in an interview.
Floating in the silent waters off of Guadalupe Island, an autonomous vehicle that resembles a torpedo floats in the blue. Then a great white shark, in a cautious arc ascends to investigate this unfamiliar intruder to its world.
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A New Jersey man fishing with friends off the coast of Cape May has startling evidence that great white sharks are making a comeback after one of the huge fish bit the outboard motor on his boat.
When British long-distance swimmer Adam Walker entered the Oceans Seven swimming marathon, in an effort to promote whale and dolphin conservation efforts, he never expected that a pod of dolphins would actually end up helping him.
The fuel source that allows the white shark to embark on incredibly long migrations through the world’s oceans has been identified as its liver, which is relatively large and fat compared with other creatures.
Situated on Walker Bay on the southern coast of the Western Cape is a beautiful little treasure called Hermanus. This historic small town is famous for many reasons, but particularly for its spectacular whale watching.
A new bride came within a whisker of losing her husband after only one day of marriage. A group of friends were shark diving off the coast of South Africa when they had an uncomfortably close encounter with a great white shark.
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When fisherman Gary Severa first spotted the shark Saturday morning, he thought it was driftwood; getting a little closer, his heart started to race when he realized that this driftwood had razor sharp teeth and eyes –– that stared back at him.
A group of fisherman in Hawaii have an amazing story to tell after a day of fishing for marlin five miles off the coast of Yokohama Bay ended with a Great White shark circling their boat for nearly an hour looking for its next meal.
Record numbers of beachgoers have been flocking to Cape Cod this summer, seeking relief from an extended spell of hot weather. Warm water temperatures and the prospect of a meal have also attracted several Great White sharks.
For whatever reason, Xinhua has found some great shots of a Great White in action. Maybe the editor’s trying to send his dentist a message, perhaps flossing using a seal has some sort of hidden code. This is one pretty photogenic shark.