You can see what agency creatives at DDB&CO Istanbul had in mind with this World Wildlife Fund ad.
There’s another version with a vulture where the message is much clearer.
They’re saying that the world would be a more horrifying place without sharks.
But you’re just hearing an ostinato of bass notes.
A crew of Australian fishermen off Cairns hook a 600lb Marlin – the catch of a lifetime.
Until two Tiger sharks get a sniff of it. (NSFW language).
Meanwhile in other scavenger news…
Around a hundred sharks feast on the body of a dead whale at a beach in northwestern Australia.
That’s close enough there, missy.
Shark expert Michael Rutzen demonstrates the phenomenon of ‘tonic immobility’ in the Bahamas: a natural state of paralysis that animals enter when presented with a threat.
Some sharks can be placed in this state – which generally lasts about fifteen minutes – by turning them upside down.
Glasses, moustaches and cartoon genitals are often drawn on their faces during this time.
“Camp Kuleshov” is a competition in NYC, CHI and LA between assistant editors. They are given a film and asked to edit a trailer for the movie taking it from its original genre into another genre. Caleb Hepler’s “Shark Song” took first place.