Man Cuts Unusual Pod Open To Reveal A Feisty Baby Shark

JohnnyAveoPublished: July 26, 20175,107,884 plays$14,377.33 earned
Published: July 26, 2017

The moment you think you have done all the things you could have thought of, something comes up. You thought that shark birth is a piece of cake? Watch this video and see for yourself.

A guy has purchased a bamboo shark for his salt water aquarium. He was told that when the egg reaches a certain size, he should open it and deliver the baby shark. How cool is that?

The bamboo sharks of the species Chiloscyllium are found in the Indo-West Pacific from Japan to northern Australia. Depending on the species, sharks can be born from eggs laid in egg cases. About 100 shark species reproduce this way. In home conditions, egg cases should be opened by human so the shark can come out of it. Giving birth to a shark? Incredible!

As shown in this video, first you should fill a bowl with water, so the baby shark can immediately have a living space. After that a small hole is opened using scissors, if it is not big enough for the tiny shark to come out of it, than you should make a bigger hole. However, you should be very careful with the scissors not to hurt the baby shark.

The moment the shark gets in touch with the water it instinctively goes out of the case and starts swimming, much to our amusement! It is absolutely adorable! Have you ever witnessed anything like this before? Deliver a baby shark in your aquarium tank? We are left for words!

The owner seems happy for the successful pod delivery, and why wouldn't he be?! In the end, a beautiful bamboo shark is brought to life and it will fit perfectly in his aquarium. Cuteness overload!

Watch as the man in this video helps a baby bamboo shark come out of its egg. At first he makes a small cut with the scissors, but it obviously isn’t enough for the baby shark to come out. Next, he makes two additional cuts, which penetrate the pod much further, making just enough room for the whitespotted bamboo shark
to swim out. The moment the little shark felt the water, it immediately started swimming in the waters of the aquarium, exploring its new home. Adorable!

Watch a shark break free from its shell in this satisfying video! A man purchased a bamboo shark for its home aquarium, but it didn’t hatch from its egg. Over time it became very active and well-formed, and it also seemed to be aggressively trying to free itself from the egg. So, its owner took the matter in his own hands, and decided to physically cut a hole for it to come out. It is very satisfying to watch the man cut out a hole in the pod so that the feisty bamboo shark can come out. When the surgical process is done, the little guy is happy as can be, exploring its new home! Adorable!

The whitespotted bamboo shark is a cover shark with a grown-up estimate that methodologies one meter long. Despite of its name, this small nocturnal species is harmless to people. The whitespotted bamboo shark is kept as a pet in big home aquaria. It can grow up to 37 inches long. Would you dare doing the same thing to hatch your own shark pod? Leave your comments in the section below!

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43 comments

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    Paul13 · 2 years ago

    Amazing!!!

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      kurbanana · 2 years ago

      I do not believe

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    Jessy94 · 2 years ago

    Gotta admit i never saw this before, wicked!

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    Robertpeterson · 2 years ago

    What is fucking this?

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    Nica22 · 2 years ago

    Hahahah, this is some new shark species??? :) really cool, but this ain't no shark! :)

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      sick_boy26 · 2 years ago

      And what, you are some shark specialist..this is a shark, and this is one amazing video!!

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        kdheath · 1 year ago

        Sweetie, it's a Banded Bamboo Shark. Maybe try Google before you make comments that make you look stupid?

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          douglasl · 21 weeks ago

          his trolling, awesome video

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      Steelerschic · 1 year ago

      Sharks that lay eggs in the water are referred to as oviparous.

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    EthanHunter · 2 years ago

    Hehe amazing little shark :)

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    CFer · 2 years ago

    This is a shark?

    • 1 rumble
      Steelerschic · 1 year ago

      Sharks that lay eggs in the water are referred to as oviparous.

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    LoganStone · 2 years ago

    Beautiful little shark :D

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      Nick85 · 2 years ago

      you are crazy, sharks are not beutiful!

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        TJDufore · 1 year ago

        They probably think the same about you, lol.

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        Uden · 1 year ago

        All life is beautiful, as it is horrific.

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    DaveCasado · 2 years ago

    Just awesome.

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    Aaron88 · 2 years ago

    Woow, this is so amazing!

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    agatam · 2 years ago

    Awesome video!

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    Melissa_James · 2 years ago

    A little hard to watch for me but still an amazing video!

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    TracyMorgan · 2 years ago

    The miracle of life....

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    DaneAress35 · 2 years ago

    Omg, this is amazing!!!

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    Johnny · 2 years ago

    cool little shark

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    missvirgule · 1 year ago

    First, yes it's amazing that you didn't cut him into piece in doing what you did. after... poor wonderful baby who will life all his life in CAGE for the pleasure of people who ONLY love the nature when they can control her and ONLY in cage. When i think that 100 000 sharks are killed EACH YEAR and i see that... that makes me sick (a little wonder, slave for the life, like in SeaWorld with the hilltreatments in less)

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      TheBoges · 1 year ago

      Oh get the fuck off your soapbox...

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        missvirgule · 1 year ago

        No :-), the comments are for everyone and i'm one of them, even if the bottom of my thought annoys you and makes you feel guilty. Me, i LOVE the animals who are FREE AS YOU ARE ;-). It's for and because of people like you that Tilikum, Valentin and several other orcas died in captivity and it SUCKS !

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          ThinkerOfTenderThoughts · 21 weeks ago

          In reality nature isn't friendly, sweet or fuzzy. It's rough, super brutal & full of suffering - predators, poachers, fishers/hunters, parasites, injuries, disease, toxic pollution and loss of habitat, fear. Said it yourself; 100 000 killed each year. He quite possibly is doing this little guy a massive favor by keeping him safe from that.. This is NOT an orca whale, mkay? SeaWorld orcas are a completely different absolutely horrific situation. The only link you are drawing is the 'captive' aspect. Different species respond in very different ways to captivity. These sharks totally thrive being free from the harsh natural conditions of their wild, call it a mutual benefit - like caring for a cat or dog. Captivity has saved whole species from extinction. We can't take away the fact that humans are largely responsible for much of the endangerment, we can only work forward from this point. Sometimes that means protecting and caring through captivity (last three white rhinos for example). And a side note for rhetorical thought - does freedom of speech mean saying whatever one pleases? Or does it mean being free of the negative ramifications that result from what one says?

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    Ceejman72 · 1 year ago

    People, it's a banded cat shark, and yes...a real shark. Beautiful animals, high rates of captive propagation, an absolute success story when it comes to aquarists. The arguments about species, and equating having one to running Sea World, are pointless. If people really felt that way, there would be no dogs, cats, horses, cattle, or any other domesticated animals, either. It's beautiful, can't that be enough?

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    jenniesez · 1 year ago

    I think this is a bamboo shark - I think it confuses people because it looks like it has legs - if you google a bamboo shark you will see these appendages. A bamboo shark is a bottom feeder.

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    TJDufore · 1 year ago

    So who besides me never knew that sharks lay eggs???? Kinda figured they'd have live births like dolphins and whales, but what do I know lol.

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      Steelerschic · 1 year ago

      That's what i thought! But for real, Sharks that lay eggs in the water are referred to as oviparous.

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    Sharon333 · 24 weeks ago

    I was afraid he had cut the sharks head off with the huge cut he made

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    LucianHodoboc · 21 weeks ago

    That's a very interesting color palette for a shark...

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    Aospare · 13 weeks ago

    Why does it need cutting out I'm sure if it was out in the wild it would get out itself

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    Anatomyscholar · 10 weeks ago

    Here's where the question lays. Was this an egg from captive breeding, or wild caught? Taking things from the wild is no better than poachers, you are contributing to the loss of wild life. I have a salt water aquarium, I too am an enthusiast, BUT, I refuse to purchase wild caught species. These animals, although fish, do know the difference. Many wild caught species die very young, and are unable to adjust to the change in their wild instincts. Example: a captive bred osilarous general doesnt take to an anemone, where as, a wild one will, but end up very confused as its confined in a smaller space, they get sick, depressed, and die young. I have researched this scientifically with my own set up. Also an osilarous, as well as many other breed of ocean fish has one mate for life. A wild caught species such as this, will never have a mate or is separated from such. Captive bred fish tend to not mate as well. For example chromis's arent able to get broody, and they cant be kept in schools as they were intended because they school in the 100's, in captivity they will pick each other off until one is left to survive. Leave animals where they are, they are there for a reason. I agree with the person making the comment about humans having to obtain and control what they wish. We are the supreme beings here on this planet and we are destroying it by our own selfish wants and greed. I have since given up keeping fish in my saltwater tank as I seen how sad it was, my urchin was stressing himself out to the point he was breaking off his spines and yes he had plenty of room. I now keep, shrimp, plankton, and small crabs and snails.

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    Bjslam · 9 weeks ago

    That bloke is great!

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    halax · 3 weeks ago

    nice

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    shvedas · 2 weeks ago

    Я хочу уху из этих маленьких акул.

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    Tom01275 · 1 week ago

    Good video

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    Itsa_huskyworld · 1 week ago

    Omg it’s so cute!

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    einsteinparrot · 1 week ago

    Awe! Your a shark daddy! Congrats!!!

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    Nikov · 6 days ago

    Cool