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10 Shark Diving Gone Wrong

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    10 Shark Diving Gone Wrong

    If you’ve watched our videos, you know that we’re a bit obsessed with underwater creatures. And of course, we have a lot of respect for the one that’s perhaps, one of the most dangerous of them all: the shark. There are different types of shark. Some are slightly friendly and some others just want to eat. And while shark attacks are nothing like what we see in Jaws or any other movies, there are still encounters that could either harm us or become a major threat to our lives. Now, if you go diving with the proper gear, then you’re more likely to have a safe close encounter with these creatures. But even that is not 100% safe. There’ve been incidents in which diving near these creatures led to scary encounters. Today we’ll be looking at “10 Shark Diving Moments That Went Wrong.” We’ll have a look at some cool footage of people who had very close and scary encounters with sharks. I’m sure the people were not expecting this, but I’m also sure they’re glad they had a camera to record it and share their story with the world.

    A Group Experience

    Coming face to face with sharks can be scary. So why not do it with your friends? At least you won’t be alone if anything crazy happens. The first shark diving experience for today starts with a group in Port Lincoln, Australia. They were happily enjoying their surroundings when out of a sudden an aggressive shark showed up to eat the bait. The shark is going so fast that it bumps against the cage. From the perspective of one of the people, you can see that the shark is coming directly towards them. However, when you look at it from a different angle, you can tell that the shark just wanted to get the bait and go back to whatever it is that sharks do underwater. This was definitely unexpected, as the divers were not supposed to get this close to the shark. But that’s why those cages are so complex and well designed, to make sure that sharks don’t cross the barrier and harm the people inside.

    A Smart Shark

    The next video starts with a shark expert diving into the water inside a cage that is built with bars on every side except one, that is covered in Flexi glass. At first, the diver spots a shark that looks shy, but as the diver starts to show his vulnerable human nature, an 18-foot long shark shows up and starts to prey on him. But the shark doesn’t just go for the diver. Instead, the beast starts to chew on one of the two floats that keeps the cage balanced. While the diver is safe inside the cage, there’s a big risk that things will get complicated if the shark punctures both floats and sends the cage to the bottom of the ocean. Luckily, the diver managed to go back to the surface unharmed, but this experience gave them a great example of what sharks are capable of. They’re not just wild beasts; they actually have a strategy to accomplish whatever it is that they want.

    Paddling Away

    The next video is not necessarily a diving experience, but the guy in the video had to go underwater to spot the big danger that was swimming around him. The video starts with a guy going off on a peaceful and relaxing Standup Paddling session, but suddenly he falls off his board and immediately gets his camera to show us what’s underwater: it’s a huge shark that could easily take this guy down at any time. Just watching the video makes me anxious, and I can totally imagine what this guy felt! Luckily, the shark didn’t seem interested in attacking the guy, so he was able to get back on his board and paddle away. I think one of the scariest things about this video is the fact that the guy is by himself and that he’s a bit far from the shore. He obviously made it out fine, but I’m sure he’ll be thinking about this next time he goes in the open water without any company.

    The Ghost Cage

    The next video starts with a guy going inside a “Ghost Cage” - which is a cage that’s transparent so it gives the illusion of being invisible. The scary thing about this video starts when the diver notices five sharks swimming in circles around him. They all seem eager to get closer to him and one of them actually pushes itself towards the cage, almost making its way inside. The lucky diver was quick to push the shark out and then the guy went up to the surface. It was a thrilling and scary experience, and the diver says that he saw all kinds of sharks down there and most of the encounters were more intense than he anticipated. All it takes is to be in the right spot at the right time for these things to happen.

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  • Cage diving with great white sharks goes... terribly wrong


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  • 10 TERRRIFYING Shark Encounters Caught On Tape


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    Summertime is here, and that means it is time to hit the beach! If you are a fan of frolicking in the surf, you may just be a little more aware of your surroundings after watching this video. We all know that sharks are all over the ocean, but most of us don’t encounter them when we visit the beach, and frankly we prefer it that way! Still, they are incredible to observe in their natural habitat, we just prefer to let other people do the dirty work of gathering the footage. You can sit back in the safety of your own home and take in these ten insane shark encounters caught on tape. Watching sharks feed is a scary experience, but for one diver, it was an opportunity to get up close and personal into an actual feeding frenzy. But you do not have to get into the water to see some impressive sharks. We will show you some sharks who leapt into the air in an effort to get something tasty. A few other sharks were a bit less than coordinated and managed to collide with shark cages or boats. One shark in particular caused massive damage to a boat on purpose! Well, sort of. It’s thought that the shark mistook the rubber parts of the boat for a whale and proceeded to chow down on it. Thankfully, both the boat and the shark were okay after the encounter.

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  • When Cage Diving Goes Wrong


    Hi, everyone! From the cage of death to a glass box with a damaged door, here are 10 incidents of when cage diving went wrong!

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    10. When Crocs Attack
    Crocodiles are nothing to mess with. In the small town of Darwin, in Australia, there is a famous tourist attraction known as the Cage of Death. Tourists pay money to be placed inside of this cage and dangled above hungry crocodiles. However, a Dutch tourist had a very unpleasant journey inside the Cage of Death back in 2015.

    9. Great White Shark Gets Stuck
    This is perhaps one of the most disturbing events that have happened recently. It happened in the year 2019 and has undoubtedly aroused the greatest criticism from environmentalists, in addition to generating international commotion about the damage that diving can cause to animals.

    8: Escape from Great White Shark
    This is a perfect example of out of the pan and into the fire. A man named Ming Chan was off the coast of Mexico inside a diving cage when an enormous great white shark decided to try and get inside. It at first appeared that the shark was only trying to eat the tuna used as bait to lure it near the cage. However, after an unsettling amount of thrashing and violent behavior, the diver decided to escape from the cage.

    7: Fight with a Shark
    Nobody wants to get in a fight with a shark. In fact, this is one of the last creatures I would ever want to get into a fight with. But what do you do when you are diving with sharks in a transparent glass cage and the door to the cage refuses to stay closed? This is what happened a few years ago off the western coast of Mexico when a man had to make a dramatic escape from 5 underwater predators.

    6: Shark Cage Diving Boat Tips Over
    2008 was a horrible year for cage diving. An incident involving a capsized boat drowned two American tourists and one Norwegian tourist who had been hoping to go on a cage-diving adventure. But rather than a freak accident happening while they were inside the cage, they never even got the chance. Their boat was hit by a freak wave, it flipped over, the three tourists drowned, and 16 other people suffered minor injuries.

    5: Cage Diving Forensics
    We have been talking a lot about when cage diving goes wrong, but what about when the police use underwater cages to help search for missing bodies? This story is too unreal to be true. You see, evading crocodiles while searching for missing people or any other kind of forensic evidence in a river in the Northern Territory of Australia is tough.

    4: Unexpected Shark Murders
    The next incident takes us back to Gansbaai in South Africa. But rather than the tourists being killed, this time the cage divers were in for a rather unpleasant viewing of shark murder. It happened in February of 2020, and the unsuspecting tourists aboard the cage-diving boat had front row seats to a massacre of sharks.

    3: Too Young to Dive?
    A travel Blogger couple is in hot water after they put their five-year-old son inside a shark cage. Now let me start by saying that nothing went wrong here other than the travel bloggers basically ruined their blogging careers by being labeled as irresponsible parents. But it doesn’t stop the world of “what ifs” from exploding.

    2: Almost Eaten
    The last thing you want to happen while diving with sharks is for one of them to start eating your cage. This is what happened to Mark Curry, who had been on a diving expedition near Cape Town in South Africa. He climbed into the cage, got himself settled, and within minutes a giant great white shark was chewing the bars of his cage and shaking him around violently.

    1: Snapped Cables
    Unfortunately, here's a place we've already talked about “cage of death”. Recently in Darwin, two people fell into a crocodile tank when their viewing cage collapsed. The Cage of Death at Darwin's Crocosaurus Cove just about claimed 2 lives when a cable failed and caused the viewing cage to fall with the spectators still inside of it.

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  • Shark Diving Gone Wrong


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  • Great White Shark Cage Diving Gone Wrong! | Caught in the Act RAW


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    Underwater filmmaker Andre Hartmann shares his experience. While on a Great White Shark cage dive with some tourists a young shark swims straight into cage and gets stuck. The Divers have a few seconds of panic as they try and get out of the cage with the shark blocking their escape.

    In the end the divers gets out, and Andre Hartmann helps the trapped shark to get free. The Great White was release and showed no signs of injury.

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  • Shark Dive Dubai Aquarium - Close Encounter


    Ok, so this was my first aquarium dive at the Dubai Mall. Yes, this is a real shark and no editing/photoshop was done. To explain, I was watching the shark swim around. When I turned around to watch it I had too much air in my BCD and couldn't grip the rock. We were told to try not to breath out when a shark is above us because they can feel the vibrations of the bubbles. I also wasn't about to put my arm up to release the air and in the moment didn't think to pull my chord. Now to be honest, every time I'm at that mall I am just waiting to see someone in there get ripped to pieces lol. Well, now the time came for me to be that person. This shark obviously has the craziest teeth out of all the sharks in the tank so when he cut that corner and was in my face, my B hole puckered up quite a bit. He seemed like he was about 5 inches in front of me. I had a million thoughts going thru my head. At first was to take off, but instantly told myself no chance and dumb idea (I can't out swim a shark). Next thought, hey look, there's everyone watching, just waiting for that mauling lol. And of course I thought it was the end. But it also seemed to drag out and I remembered the laughing shark from Strange Wilderness. Overall, I think I handled my cool. After that was over my buddy I was diving with was trying to tell me to calm down. I was trying to explain to him I keep going up and I need to stay down. My dive buddy was a Brother from the Marine Corps so you know he wasn't about to help me lol. If it was gonna get one of us, it was gonna get me.

  • Man Takes Swim with Shark Then Panics After Realizing It Might Have Been a Great White


    California resident Maxwell Fleming captured video of his friend jumping into the Pacific near the Channel Islands to take a swim with what they thought was a basking shark after they spotted it swimming close to their boat.

    Fleming shared the footage on TikTok on September 19 that shows his friend Ryder jumping into the ocean to swim with the shark. After a few seconds, Ryder has misgivings and tries to make his way back to the boat.

    Fleming too begins to panic and believes the shark might actually be a great white.

    They later got to inspect it further and came to the conclusion that it was a basking shark after all.

    Fleming told Storyful the video was taken on May 11, 2019, while the pair were spearfishing at the Channel Islands.

    “We spotted a fin in the water, approached it slowly, and determined that it was a basking shark,” said Fleming. “Ryder and I were actually talking about wanting to swim with a basking shark a few days prior after we heard rumors about them being in the area this time of year.”

    Fleming added that his mistake made for “some fun arguments in the comment section on the post.”

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  • When Great White Shark dive goes wrong with Andre Hartman


    Andre Hartman is a South African shark expert. Today he works with tours providing his shark knowledge to tourists.

    In the late 80s, Hartman began to see business opportunities from the big, blue sea. Shark tourism was booming and cage diving was quickly becoming a popular way of getting up close with the great whites off the coast.

    By 1997, the savvy entrepreneur had started his own company taking eager adventurers to sea and lowering them gently beneath the waves to meet the sharks at close range. Within months, the business began to take off and filmmakers came knocking at his door. The budding entrepreneur had found his niche.

    I became the guy -- if you want to film sharks, go to Andre. Within two years they needed shots they couldn't get so I said jump in the water and we'll get it. Because when you're in the cage with a camera it shakes so I started taking people out of the cage.

    Over the years, Hartman's reputation as one of South Africa's leading shark experts has brought big opportunities and even the chance to join a film shoot in Mexico.

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  • 15 Sharks That Came Out Of Nowhere!


    Sharks, giant grey fish that rule the oceans. These beasts are ferocious predators that have fueled the fear and fascination of us humans since the dawn of time. But the scariest shark encounters are the ones that happen out of nowhere. From a kid being nibbled on by a bull shark while surfing, to a shark stalking a diver, and a shark stuck in a boat railing; here are 15 Sharks That Came Out Of Nowhere!

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    A Sharky Jumpscare

    Imagine yourself on the vacation you have been planning to go on for months. And suddenly, a shark decides to jump out of the water to scare you! The shark jump-scare is extra terrifying when you realize how close to the swimmer the shark actually was! Luckily, the fish was just having some fun and wasn’t hungry. Or this guy would've been lunch!

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    The shark finds itself in a rather fishy situation when it dives onto the boat out of nowhere. As the magnificent sea creature is stuck in the railing, a girl on the boat records the entire ordeal. The shark struggles and wriggles to get out but it's stuck so bad that it just simply doesn't work!

    We can’t help but feel bad for the sea predator, but not for long. Soon it manages to free itself; well almost. The shark has escaped the grill but hangs from the edge of the boat as its tail is stuck in a rope! Feeling bad for the poor animal, the people on the boat take matters into their own hands and cut it free. What a save!

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  • Surviving a Cage of Death!


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  • Shark Vomits Arm in Public Aquarium, Disturbing Clues Start Manhunt


    A captured tiger shark in a Sydney aquarium got sick and vomited up a human arm— but turns out it didn't bite the arm off in a shark attack. So where did the arm come from, and why did it lead investigators to uncover one of the most bizarre homicide cases in Australia? Let’s get into it.


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  • Why No Aquarium In the World Has a Great White Shark?


    Even if you absolutely love aquariums and have been to dozens of them, there's one sea creature you’ll never ever come across there. Not a single aquarium in the world has a great white shark. Is the great white not cool enough to be put on display? Are people afraid of being attacked even when these animals are confined within thick walls made of special glass?
    There have been plenty of attempts to hold these creatures captive. In 1955, the first great white was captured and sent to Marineland of the Pacific in Los Angeles. Unfortunately, the animal didn't even make it through one day at the oceanarium. Scientists still don't know much about the great white shark, but they have come up with several theories.

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    Why do they suffer so much from being locked up? 5:00
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    Why is it important to save the last great white sharks? 7:52


    -These massive fish can be spotted in cool coastal waters all over the world. “Human” isn’t on a great white’s menu. In general, there are no more than 10 attacks a year.
    -In 1955, the first great white was captured and sent to Marineland of the Pacific in Los Angeles. Unfortunately, the animal didn't even make it through one day at the oceanarium. The SeaWorld in San Diego managed to keep a great white for 16 days back in 2003, but they ended up deciding to release the animal back into the ocean.
    -Scientists still don't know much about the great white shark, but they have come up with several theories.
    -Believe it or not, depression and shock can bring these powerful creatures down.
    -No aquarium in the world can provide the animal with conditions to let it move as it does in the wild.
    -In a tank, great whites can't move freely, so they develop problems with their respiratory system. What's more, a shark can suffer from hypoxia, or a deficiency of oxygen.
    -Since they need to hunt down their prey and eat it alive, they often refuse to eat in captivity.
    -You can't even imagine how hard it is to mimic the ocean’s unique water composition.
    -Great white sharks are extremely important for keeping the ecological balance in the oceans. Losing just one shark endangers the entire ecosystem. Unfortunately, there are just about 3,500 of them left in the world.

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    On a recent great white shark cage diving trip we experienced a very rare horrifying shark encounter event, a shark breaching the side of the cage. What might appear to be an aggressive great white shark trying to attack the cage, this is not the case. These awesome sharks are biting at large chunks of tuna tied to a rope. When a great white shark lunges and bites something, it is temporarily blinded. They also cannot swim backwards. So this shark lunged at the bait, accidentally hit the side of the cage, was most likely confused and not able to swim backwards, it thrust forward and broke the metal rail of the cage. There was a single diver inside the cage. He ended up outside the bottom of the cage, looking down on two great white sharks. The diver is a very experienced dive instructor, remained calm, and when the shark thrashed back outside the cage, the diver calmly swam back up and climbed out completely uninjured. The boat crew did an outstanding job, lifting the top of the cage, analyzing the frenzied situation, and the shark was out after a few long seconds. Everyone on the boat returned to the cages the next day, realizing this was a very rare event. The boat owner, captain, and crew are to be commended for making what could've been a tragic event into a happy ending. I'm sure God and luck had a bit to do with it too!

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    TL;DR: A routine cleaning dive at one of the world's largest aquariums (Dubai Aquarium) turns into an abnormal encounter (starting at 5:03) with a couple of otherwise-docile sand tiger sharks (Carcharias taurus). My buddy ended up shutting down my camera as sharks are sensitive to electric signals.

    You'll notice that between the 5:03 and 5:10 mark, I look up from vacuuming the floor and focus instead on the shark eating a fish in the distance.

    This is VERY unusual given that the sharks are fed daily and their diet is carefully monitored. They normally have no interest in other fish, which are not part of their preferred diet.

    Such abnormally-aggressive behavior is the reason why I stopped cleaning and took out my shark stick (just a pointy plastic pipe, really) - the shark was approaching me straight on, and not in its usual pattern (each shark has its own travel routine in the aquarium, and this one was uncharacteristically breaking away from it). We don't get shark sticks out for no good reason - it's not a good show for the aquarium visitors to even suggest a confrontation with the animals.

    The shark's unusual behavior was confirmed to me at 5:14, 5:15 and 5:18 by the snapping of the jaws (again, small details like these you get to notice if you dive often with them). Then, the abnormally-close proximity of its first pass from the moment we make contact at 5:23.

    At this point, if the shark had just swam away, it would have been fine. However the dorsal kick at 5:34 to start circling me is a red flag, and potentially indicative of predatory behavior. The second pass at 5:51 is incredibly uncomfortable because it happens in a tight space, and the shark could feel trapped and react hostilely.

    That's what prompted my buddy (who was the Head of the aquarium operations, and extremely familiar with the tank and every individual shark in it) to join me and adopt a defensive stance with his own shark stick.

    After that, at 6:43, not only does the shark comes back for a third and then fourth pass, but a second shark joins in as well. This is an unhealthy buildup of tension and at this point, the right call was to abort the dive and clear the aquarium. It could have been fine perhaps, but safety is paramount and we didn't want to take chances, which was the professional thing to do.

    For those who don't understand how this is an incident, I am experienced enough (and my buddy even more so) to tell the difference between curious/petting behavior and unhealthy interest. Notice how I pet a zebra shark at 1:25 and 1:57, let a whipray brush against me at 3:58, etc. - all in good fun. Likewise, sand tiger sharks are usually docile and harmless, but they have enough bite to seriously injure a diver if they decide to aggress for some reason (e.g. stressed, underfed, sick, trapped, startled, provoked, etc.), and I wouldn't go out of my way to pet them.

    But at the end of the day, sharks are wild macropredators, and their behavior can occasionally be unpredictable. There have been prior incidents in aquaria with sharks that were also deeemed generally harmless - a Tawney Nurse shark in a Melbourne aquarium in 2012; a sand tiger shark in an aquarium in Durban, South Africa, in 2016; a grey reef just this week in the Cairns aquarium; etc.

    I know some commenters here reacted that it's not an incident if there's no blood - but that would have qualified as an accident then, not an incident. This episode, on the other hand, was most definitely an incident.

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    Wherever you look, there’s nothing wrong with the pygmy shark, it’s very photogenic and that is thanks to its nice appearance.

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    Sharks are frightening animals, able to instill fear in anyone, but I think when you see the horn shark you won’t feel anything but tenderness.

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    Hammerhead sharks are one of the most famous shark families, but today I’m talking about the most handsome one, the great hammerhead.

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    If the ocean had a cheetah, it would certainly be the chain catshark, just look at its yellow and brown skin covered in black spots.

    Prickly Shark
    Perhaps there is no shark that looks more innocent and only minds on its business than the prickly shark.

    Shortfin Mako Shark
    This adorable but intimidating shark is the fastest one in the 7 seas. It can reach speeds up to 35 miles per hour, so you couldn't keep up, to see that angelic face with its big, round eyes.

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    There’s no doubt that it is one of the most likable sharks to see under the sea. This cute creature has the most beautiful shark-colors...

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    This shark has a surprised-child face because he stayed home alone. But despite the fact that its deep and dark eyes make it adorable, I recommend that you keep a distance from it.

    Leopard Shark
    The cutest face a shark could have is that of the leopard shark. See for yourself. You will find this little friend swimming along the coast of the Pacific Ocean in North America.

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  • 10 Facts About the Biggest Shark Ever Existed


    Its full name is Carcharocles Megalodon, but some shark enthusiasts just call it “the Meg.” Whatever name it goes by, this giant was the biggest baddie of the ocean when it terrorized the waters 2 million years ago. If you’re afraid of modern sharks, get ready for these facts because this prehistoric predator puts them all to shame!

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    - Different estimates put its size anywhere from 45 up to 60 feet in length. To put that into perspective, 60 feet would make the Megalodon about 4 times the size of the average great white shark.
    - There’s currently a very limited amount of Megalodon fossils. Shark skeletons are made of cartilage, which doesn’t fossilize very well. So, that means almost all that remains of the mighty Meg are its teeth, which have been found on every continent except for Asia and Antarctica.
    - Most of its teeth were about 4 to 5 inches long, but the largest tooth ever found was 7.48 inches, and it was discovered in Peru.
    - In order to feast regularly on large prey, the Meg had an impressive set of 276 teeth that sat in 5 rows in its mouth. Most fossilized teeth that have been recovered show a significant amount of wear on the tips, and some have had the tips completely broken off from biting on the bones of its prey.
    - Popular belief has it that the great white shark is a descendant of the Meg, but that claim has been disproven. When the first fossilized teeth of the Megalodon were discovered, they placed the mighty shark in the same genus as the great white.
    - In order to chew on the bones of its prey, the Meg needed to have a very powerful bite. To figure out how strong its bite was, a research group led by biologist Dr. Stephen Wroe conducted simulations and reported that the Megalodon could bite down on its prey with 24,000 to 40,000 pounds of pressure.
    - . Scientists know that the Megalodon loved to eat whales because fossilized whale bones have been found with bite marks that match the Megalodon’s teeth.
    - When the Megalodon was ready to give birth, it would travel to shallow waters where large predators couldn’t follow.
    - The Megalodon wasn’t the only giant to terrorize the oceans. Livyatan Melvillei was a sperm whale that was over 60 feet long, weighed more than 50 tons, and its 14-inch teeth were the biggest of the animal kingdom.
    - The Megalodon was the top predator of the ocean... until it wasn’t. The giant shark went extinct 2.6 million years ago, and there are several theories as to why this happened.

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    Existing before humans, dinosaurs, or even trees, sharks are some of the oldest creatures on our planet. Ocean Ramsey is known as The Shark Whisperer, and she's working hard to save endangered sharks from extinction. Whilst there are over 480 species of shark, the most well known - and feared - is the Great White Shark. However with an average of 7 humans a year killed by sharks, and 70 - 100 million sharks per year killed by humans, even the Great White is now listed as Vulnerable.

    Saving Jaws is a documentary all about the brilliant sharks in our oceans. Ocean Ramsey attributes her unparalleled connection with sharks to over a decade of research, but many are convinced it is something more... The media has dubbed her The Shark Whisperer. Battling a looming extinction, Ocean and her team of marine biologists will travel the globe for 12 months, conducting research and expanding their conservation efforts. From renowned scientists and PHDs, to elite athletes and celebrities, The Shark Whisperer will lead humans from all walks of life out of their element and into the deep... free-diving with some of the worlds most dangerous sharks. Her goal: To give the world the opportunity to see sharks the way she does.

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    #10: Silfra, Iceland
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