Shark Attacks

Great White Shark Circles Boat And Feeds On A Whale2m53s

Great White Shark Circles Boat And Feeds On A Whale

Now this is something you don't normally see! We bet that you have never seen sharks this way before! Michael Maiale and a few other fisherman were boating approximately 45 miles south of Long Beach, New York when they came across an unusual sighting. A dead mammoth whale floating a little further up in the distance of the ocean. As they got closer to the whale, they came across a Great White Shark , it came close to their boat and then continued to move closer to the whale. As scary as sharks may seem, they are an essential part to the delicate balance of the ocean's ecosystem. They help keep the oceans food web in check by consuming on older, weaker species that are a determent for other fish. When witnessing a shark, there is really nothing to fear as Hollywood likes to portray them as big, ferocious killers when in reality there are generally peaceful creatures if unprovoked. The fisherman realized they were witnessing an amazing sight. Coming closer to the carcass, they turned on their cameras and realized that the Great White Shark was feeding on the whale! Sharks in this general area are said to be migrating north towards Cape Cod. These sharks are hoping they will be able to feed on the large seal population. Sharks eat all sorts of marine mammals, like sea lions, whales, and seals. This is on top of their diet of fish and squid.

If You Blink You'll Miss The Breaching Great White Shark14s

If You Blink You'll Miss The Breaching Great White Shark

This amazing shot shows a Great White Shark attacking a seal decoy near Seal Island. Hungry sharks hunt around the island, especially early morning. The apex predator and feared Great White shark hunt seals by coming from the deep at high speed and hitting the seal out of the water. The shark's speed is enough to lift the seal and itself often weighing over a 1000 kg straight out of the water. This video captures this action clearly in Table Bay, Cape Town, South Africa, the largest breeding ground of Great White sharks in the world. Believe it or not but sharks are not all that dangerous. Our judgment of them are based on the stereotypes set by big Hollywood films like 'Jaws.' In reality they are peaceful creatures to humans and are valuable to the oceans ecosystem. Sadly the population of sharks is slowly diminishing due to over-fishing and negative impacts that humans put onto the environment. Sharks need to be respected like any other animal! Have you ever seen something like this before? Are you scared of sharks? Let us know down in the comments section! Please share this video with your family and friends as this is one clip that no one should miss! Filmed by Marius van Straaten.

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Published: February 27, 2014540,768 views
Whale Shark Throws The Ultimate Surprise When It Crashes Into Diver47s

Whale Shark Throws The Ultimate Surprise When It Crashes Into Diver

A diver who was casually watching tuna fish swim in their natural habitat got the fright of his life recently when he came face to face with an enormous whale shark. The image of a giant open-mouthed shark coming towards you in the open water may seem like a scene out of a horror movie, but for Chris Coates it was a horror reality. The diver experienced this heart-stopping moment in the Atlantic Ocean when the enormous whale shark crashed into him at full force. Chris was exploring the deep waters of the Atlantic with a friend, filming for a spearfishing adventure movie, when the frightening incident occurred. During the first few frames of the clip show a lonesome tuna fish swimming between the two men and both are too busy to look around them in the vast blue space. But somewhere around the 12th second into the clip, his friend lifts his head and starts frantically pointing his finger into the space behind Chris, screaming in his scuba equipment. Just as he turns with the camera, a whale shark huge and wide opened mouth comes into the shot, shoving Chris out of the way with a very loud thud. It was too late for them to move away, but the ending isn’t all that dark. Luckily for both of them, whale sharks are only known to eat small fish and plankton and there have been no recorded incidents where they have purposely injured or killed a human. Neither of them sustained any injuries; in fact, you can hear them laughing at the ‘near miss’ towards the end of the clip.

Snoek
Published: September 2, 2014513,834 views
 Surfers Have Surprise Encounter With A Great White Shark Lurking Beneath Their Feet1m56s

Surfers Have Surprise Encounter With A Great White Shark Lurking Beneath Their Feet

What would be the best way to react when you discover there is a great white shark in the ocean just beneath your feet? Stay calm and surf with your barbecue grill, of course! While recording a footage at sea for the upcoming single 'Stealing A Man's Grill', Jack La Padura and Brad Coder had a bone-chilling encounter with the predator from the deep blue. Watch as Jack approaches Brad with the camera, he plunges in the water, capturing the shadow of the fearsome predator on the sea bed. Incredible! Footage was filmed on October 15th, 2013 in El Porto Beach while two men were filming a video, and had one rather unpleasant encounter with a <a href=" https://rumble.com/v3672f-great-white-shark-spotted-near-florida-coast.html " target="_blank">Great White Shark</a> which was lurking only three feet under their feet! Just in case you didn't catch it the first time, Jack takes a dive several more times to film the beast. The shark follows Jack, sizing up it's meal, as he approaches Brad on his surfboard to hand him the camera. Towards the end of the video we find out that both of these guys are fine, starring in one tense video, as Jack films the shark swimming away defeated and empty-handed from it's hunt! Believe it or not but sharks are not all that dangerous. Our judgment of them are based on the stereotypes set by big Hollywood films like 'Jaws.' In reality they are peaceful creatures to humans and are valuable to the oceans ecosystem. Sadly the population of sharks is slowly diminishing due to overfishing and negative impacts that humans put onto the environment. Sharks need to be respected like any other animal! Are you <a href=" https://rumble.com/viral/v1235701-high-velocity-great-white-shark-attack-of-a-seal-decoy.html " target="_blank">afraid of sharks</a>? Did you feel a tingle in your spine as you watched this encounter? Share if you did!

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Published: October 30, 2013687,340 views