Filmed in Lucky Bay near Esperance, Western Australia, this is truly spectacular footage of an incredible Great White Shark up close, free range style. No cage, just a snorkel and a Go-Pro.
Video: Do you know what a sleeping great white shark looks like? It's never been seen before. Until now. A robotic submersible captured the first-ever footage of a great white taking a nap, and you can see it innocently catch some zzzs with its mouth hanging wide open. It looks maybe seven per cent less frightening than a great white that's awake.
The coolest thing about being a shark is that you can swim around all you want in the ocean and you don't have to be afraid of, well, sharks. That's only semi-true, but look at this hammerhead shark moseying about on the ocean floor and it passes by all its shark friends without a worry in the world. No one messes with it.
Video: This man was fishing in Australia when he lured a massive fish in. Suddenly, a much bigger fish -- a hungry white shark -- emerged from the water to steal his catch right off the line. Far from being scared, the fisherman seems to be enjoying the scene -- if it was me I would have to ask for a clean pair of pants.
Video: Scientists from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute recorded this video of great white sharks fiercely attacking their SharkCam, an autonomous underwater vehicle with several cameras inside pointing at different directions. It shows how they attack their prey in Guadalupe Island, Baja California, Mexico.
Vote in the comments: Who do you think wins this fight, lightsaber-wielding Batman or giant angry shark? Pick your answer carefully; there are more variables than you think.
Picture: ©2010 Andrew Zubko, Zubko.com
In the ocean, you'd figure that you're either a shark, or something that's fodder for a shark to eat, right? It turns out that not even sharks are safe from sharks.
It may not be a motherf*cking invisible shark but it's a motherf*cking flying shark, remote controlled. I can't wait for the summer to be back, to fly it low over Coney Island Beach.
I'm no fisherman, but if you are looking for a good fly reel, you might want to check out Abel. Apparently, they are good enough to handle a 6-foot, 70kg great white shark.