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.
Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin.
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.
Yours for an oddly specific $9.56 from Archie McPhee
A 13 foot shark apparently swimming down the street in the southern Puerto Rican city of
Ponce yesterday, having been swept inland by Hurricane Irene.
It’s all over the Twitters.
And it’s fake. Oh
internets. You scamp.
The Innespace Seabreacher. So much more than just an $80,000 ‘variable attitude submersible hydrofoil’.
It’s a dream you had once, as a child.
own one, but you can watch this video and weep quietly to yourself.