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  • 360° Great Hammerhead Shark Encounter | National Geographic

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    Dive into this 360° video and go face to face with a curious great hammerhead shark.
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    National Geographic VR takes you face to face with a curious Great Hammer-headShark.

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  • 360° Tiger Shark Encounter in the Bahamas | SharkFest

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    Come face to face with massive tiger sharks as you plunge into the crystal clear waters of the Bahamas. Able to sense electromagnetic fields, these apex predators become intently curious about our 360° camera.
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  • 360 Video | Shark Attack - Underwater Deep Sea VR Experience

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    VR Video 360 Shark VR gameplay of VR Worlds for your VR Box 360 3D VR headset.
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  • Tiger Shark vs. Hammerhead Shark | National Geographic

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    Rare footage shows an attack on a hammerhead shark by a tiger shark off the coast of Louisiana. A sport fisherman had gotten the hammerhead on the line only minutes before the other, much larger shark approached the fishing boat and seized its prey. Sport angler Ryan Willsea and his brother Aaron captured the footage using a selfie stick to submerge an action cam.

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  • 360° Underwater National Park | National Geographic

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    Plunge into a Caribbean gem with National Geographic photographer Brian Skerry to explore the Buck Island Reef – America’s first protected marine monument.
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  • Great White Sharks 360 Video 4K!! - Close encounter on Amazing Virtual Dive

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    The Great White Shark is one of the most infamous and mysterious predators on the planet. See Great Whites closer than ever before with our 360° 3D Virtual Reality adventure in CGI!
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  • Találkozás egy Tigriscápával 360°-os videó! | National Geographic

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    Nézd meg videónkat, merülj virtuálisan a Bahama-szigeteket övező kristálytiszta, meleg óceánba és nézz farkasszemet egy eleven Tigriscápával!
    Érdekesség, hogy a Tigriscápa képes érzékelni az elektromágneses mezőket, így a kameraérzékeny csúcsragadozók majd' megvesztek a kíváncsiságtól a 360 ° -os kamera közelében... :)

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  • Lions 360° | National Geographic

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    Growing up is a struggle, especially if you’re a young male lion. In this VR film by National Geographic Explorer Martin Edström, you will come face to face with Gibson and his mother, as they struggle with their pride’s alpha male. Is leaving the safety of the pride Gibson’s only hope for survival?
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  • 360°, Diving with great white shark, 8K underwater video

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    Don't forget that this is 360° video: you can change the angle of view.

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  • 360° VR Deep Dive 4K | The Megalodon Shark

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    Enjoy this deep dive of the ocean floor in glorious 360 VR!
    They might be a Megalodon lurking nearby...

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  • 360 Video | Shark Attack - Underwater Deep Sea VR Experience_Great Hammerhead Shark Encounter

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  • VR 360 Great Hammerhead shark dive Vlog #19

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    Aly Demayo and I decided to do an amazing shark dive with great hammerheads at Tiger Beach in the Bahamas with the wonderful Jim Abernethy I shot the entire experience with the new Fusion 360 VR camera from gopro so if you have VR goggles now is the time to break them out. VR 360 can only be viewed using the youtube app on your phone or with the google Chrome browser on your computer. I hope you guys like it and if you do please comment below and share this with your friends. Thank you everyone...

  • Most UNBELIEVABLE Facts About HAMMERHEAD Sharks!

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    Check out the Most SURPRISING Facts About HAMMERHEAD Sharks! From the biggest hammerhead shark to some unbelievable habits compared to great white and tiger sharks, this top 10 list of hammerhead facts will amaze you!

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    11. They are very diverse
    It's very easy to think of each species of creature or animal as their own distinct species. When in fact, there are many creatures that have subspecies within their own line, and the Hammerhead Shark is one of them.

    10. Their Sizes Vary, But They Can Still Get Quite Big
    One of the reasons why sharks are so feared both in the animal kingdom and in the human world is because of their size. Many sharks can get frighteningly large, and the Hammerhead Shark is no different. Granted, it can't get as big as a Great White Shark, or the Whale Shark. But, they can have a variety of sizes, and some can be double or triple the size of an average human.

    9. They Evolved Recently
    Sharks are a fascinating species to look at in terms of evolution, for some sharks like the Mako Sharks evolved recently due to how their prey were moving around. However, for the Hammerhead Shark species, scientists feel that their evolutions came very late into the game.

    8. Their Eyes Are Better Than Most Sharks
    When you think about a Hammerhead Shark, you no doubt think about the unique shape of their head, which is punctuated with the eyes that are on the ends of them. Upon first glance, you might think that having the eyes so far away from one another in relation to the head is a detriment, but that's actually not the case at all.

    7. They Can Turn Quickly
    Hammerhead Sharks are very dangerous predators, but for a slew of reasons that prey wouldn't expect at first. They are quite adept in the water, and their heads actually allow them to turn quickly and get into the position they need to be in to strike or evade. In fact, its whole body is able to just twist and bend to whatever needs the Hammerhead Shark needs from it.

    6. Great Hammerheads Prefer To Swim Sideways
    Movement in the ocean is a crucial factor that every creature within has to master, but sometimes, that means moving in an interesting way, which is what the Great Hammerhead Shark does. For you see, unlike most sharks, the Great Hammerhead Shark has a Dorsal fin that is bigger than its pectoral fin, and after doing some research, scientists found that not only do Great Hammerhead Sharks like to roll around in the ocean, they prefer to swim sideways.

    5. Not All Hammerhead Species Have Hammer-Shaped Heads
    Given the name of the shark, you'd be forgiven for thinking that all species of the Hammerhead would have a hammer-shaped head, and for the record, most do. However, there are three species in the family that actually don't have that head shape. The three in particular are the scoophead, the bonnethead and the scalloped bonnethead. Instead of a hammer-shaped head, they actually have heads that are shaped more like shovels. Which is odd and unique in their own right.

    4. They Love To Eat Stingrays
    In the vast oceans of the world, there are plenty of things for predators to eat, especially sharks. But even amongst the sharks, there are favorite foods. For the Hammerhead Sharks, it is something that you might not expect, Sting Rays.

    3. Live Birth & Eggs
    Sharks are very special when it comes to reproduction, for depending on the species, they can either lay eggs to breed new sharks, or, they can go and give birth. This is special because live birth is something most attached to mammals, which sharks are not. Hammerhead Sharks are one such species that give live birth.

    2. Hammerhead Sharks Like to Tan
    I know you must be curious about that title, but it's true. There are species of Hammerhead Shark that like to be so close to the surface of the ocean that they actually get tanned via the suns' rays. Some even prefer it, like Scalloped Hammerhead Sharks. During a study by scientists, they noted that the Hammerheads would absorb sunlight and get a darker brown skin color due to it.

    1. No Fatal Hammerhead Attacks Against Humans
    The biggest reason that humans fear sharks is that they're known predators, and film, TV, cartoons, and more have taught us that any sharks in the water are bad, and can kill us. Yet, that's not true, and Hammerhead Sharks are a great example of this.

  • 360 Camera Video /// Great Hammerhead Sharks of Bimini, Bahamas /// The Bucket List Family

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    360 camera video with the great hammerhead sharks of Bimini in the Bahamas!! My 360fly camera survived numerous bites and chomps from these incredible beautiful and very curious animals!!

    This was my first time using a 360 camera so I wasn't sure what to expect. I was amazed at how much this little mighty camera was able to capture! Especially inside the sharks when they would bite down!!

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  • 360 video || Big shark megalodon || 4k ultraHD

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  • Whale Sharks at Risk | Racing Extinction

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    The largest fish on the planet – they can grow up to 46 feet in length, and weigh up to 15 tons – whale sharks are gentle giants. Filmed off the coast of Mexico, our footage captured them as they were feeding while migrating to points south.

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  • 360° Dangerous Honey Hunting | Explorer | National Geographic

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    Hang beside National Geographic Photographer, Renan Ozturk as he dangles off remote Nepal cliffs to document 'The Last Honey Hunter' magazine story. Renan and team are tracking Mauli, the last hunter in his village who pursues a hallucinogenic ‘red’ honey, known in equal measure for its medicinal properties and its value on the black markets across Asia. Without any protective equipment, Mauli will spend all day suspended hundreds of feet above the ground from hand made bamboo rope while engulfed in a swarm of angry bees. As roads and technology change the landscape of such wild places across the globe, these ancient traditions are under threat, making this story important to document the traditions are lost. Follow along like never before on this high stakes adventure!
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  • Sharks 101 | National Geographic

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    Sharks can rouse fear and awe like no other creature in the sea. Find out about the world's biggest and fastest sharks, how sharks reproduce, and how some species are at risk of extinction.
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  • Canadas Wild Rivers - 360 | Into Water

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    For best 360 viewing experience on a phone, watch in the YouTube mobile app.

    In the third installment of National Geographic’s “Into Water” 360 series, canoe through the sprawling Canadian wilderness with freshwater ecologist and National Geographic Explorer Dalal Hanna. She researches Quebec’s extensive freshwater systems, collecting samples from streams, rivers and lakes to assess ecosystem health, with the aim of protecting these precious resources. “Into Water: Canada” is the third stop on an around the world 360 tour that documents the work of female Explorers who’ve dedicated their careers to water related issues.
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  • Whale Sharks at Risk | Racing Extinction

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  • Swimming With Bears in 360° | National Geographic

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    National Geographic VR takes you swimming in 360° with a gang of ravenous brown bears in a remote lake that's home to one of the richest salmon runs on Earth.
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  • Swimming With Giants 360

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    Earth’s oceans have been home to giant animals for hundreds of millions of years. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to swim with some of these giants? Don't miss this immersive experience at Unseen Oceans, open through August 19, 2019, at the American Museum of Natural History.


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  • There Are Better Ways to Save Sharks—Heres How | National Geographic

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    National Geographic explorer Jessica Cramp discusses how to better save sharks through improved conservation policies.
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  • Inside Chichén Itzá - 360 | National Geographic

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    Explore the ancient Mayan city of Chichén Itza, often called one of the “seven wonders” of the world. National Geographic Explorer and archaeologist Guillermo de Anda narrates this immersive video, explaining the significance of the site and his current work searching for a hidden cenote underneath the Temple of Kukulcan.
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  • How Scientists Study Sharks | Nat Geo Wild

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    Two kids go on a boat with scientists to learn all about sharks.
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  • Saving Threatened Species | Racing Extinction

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    Get up close to the most extraordinary creatures on the planet... before they disappear. Whale sharks, giraffes, rhinos, elephants, mantas and lions are all threatened with extinction. Watch, then join our global movement to save them. Visit racingextinction.com for more information.

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    Join National Geographic photographer Ami Vitale on an immersive 360-degree visit to China’s Chengdu Research Base for Giant Panda Breeding -- that’s a mouthful of a name for the place where scientists and conservationists are fighting to maintain the population of Giant Pandas in the wild. Meet the latest crop of adorable baby panda cubs as Ami explains the important work being done at the base.
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  • Safari Live - Day 360 | National Geographic

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    Join us on a LIVE African safari in the Maasai Mara as experts guide us through the bush in search of lions, elephants, buffalo and more wild animals. Join the discussions on social with #safariLIVE!
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  • 360° Great Hammerhead Shark Encounter National Geographic injected

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  • Swimming with Hammerhead Sharks

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    Take a dive in the Bahamas where you'll find yourself immediately surrounded by a school of great hammerhead sharks. Watch up close as they feed on barracuda and explore all 360° of their world.

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  • Hammerhead Sharks 360° | #OurBluePlanet | Earth Unplugged

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    Dare to dive with Hammerhead sharks? Now you can in 360° #OurBluePlanet

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  • Hammerhead Shark’s Unique Features | Nat Geo WILD

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    The hammerhead shark's distinctive head gives it certain advantages in the ocean.
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  • See a Hidden Hammerhead Shark Nursery in the Galapagos | National Geographic

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    In the Galápagos Islands, Ecuadorian scientists recently discovered a nursery for scalloped hammerhead sharks.
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    Hammerhead pups are born live, after a 9-10 month gestation. Litters can number 30 or more. To afford the pups protection, hammerhead mothers give birth in coves. After that, the young are on their own. Found in November 2017, the Santa Cruz Island site further adds to the archipelago's importance as a habitat for this endangered species. The team's research and tagging will aid conservation.

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  • See a Hidden Hammerhead Shark Nursery in the Galapagos | Nat Geo Wild

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    In the Galápagos Islands, Ecuadorian scientists recently discovered a nursery for scalloped hammerhead sharks.
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    Hammerhead pups are born live, after a 9-10 month gestation. Litters can number 30 or more. To afford the pups protection, hammerhead mothers give birth in coves. After that, the young are on their own. Found in November 2017, the Santa Cruz Island site further adds to the archipelago's importance as a habitat for this endangered species. The team's research and tagging will aid conservation.

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    Fishermen battle catch a massive hammerhead shark on the beaches of Corpus Christi

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    See a great white shark binge eat a dead humpback whale.
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    Filmed off the coast of southern California, the shark feasted on the whale for more than 18 hours. Famous for their prowess as predators, little is known about their more docile scavenging behaviors. They have been observed regurgitating already eaten food to make room for more calorically rich meat. While sharks have frequently been observed hunting, scavenging is less often seen.

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  • Watch: Man Straddles Shark On Beach to Save It | National Geographic

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    This guy saw a shark struggling in the surf on a Florida beach and rushed to save it.
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    A man and his friends were fishing at Jensen Beach in Florida when they spotted a blacktip shark that seemed to be caught in something. Fortunately for the shark, the beachgoers pulled it from the surf and removed a fishing line and hook from its body. Blacktip sharks migrate to Florida’s warmer waters in the winter. They’re around six feet long and often have encounters with humans since they hang out in shallow waters. Nonetheless, most incidents have involved minor bite wounds and there have been no known fatalities. Blacktip sharks are listed as “near threatened” by the International Union for Conservation of Nature due to commercial and recreational fishing.

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    One hammerhead that dwarfs all others have terrorized the Florida coastline. Captain Mike Newman is leading the expedition to track own the monster known as Old Hitler.

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    Neil and Joe observe the behaviors of hammerhead and bull sharks during a night dive.
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    It is estimated that at least 90% of all marine predators—including sharks—have been lost from the oceans and Grace Casselberry is dedicated to protecting them. She studies the spatial ecology (or movements and migrations) of shark species. Recently she's been using satellites to better understand the movements of tiger sharks in St. Croix. She and her team hope to better understand how tiger sharks use Buck Island and its surrounding water to help improve fisheries management decisions in the region.

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  • Close Call: Great White Shark Collides With Diving Cage | National Geographic

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    The impact causes the shark to break one of the bars and partially enter the cage before it backs out. There have been several incidents where sharks have ended up inside of diving cages, and the use of baiting has been called into question. Some shark experts feel baiting is risky and unnatural because it brings the sharks into close proximity with humans. However, others feel that the experience of seeing sharks up-close, especially great whites, helps increase awareness and support for shark conservation.

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    July 14 is Shark Awareness Day, so today we take a look at these fierce ocean predators.
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    A captive female zebra shark separated from its mate for three years has given birth to juvenile sharks. Select photos courtesy Tourism and Events Queensland.
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    A captive female zebra shark in Australia didn't let the lack of a male shark stop her from having pups. Three years after being separated from her mate, Leonie laid eggs that hatched juvenile sharks. The asexual reproduction is the first observed in a shark that had previously mated. While scientists pondered at first whether Leonie may have stored sperm from her mate for all those years, testing of the pups revealed that to be unlikely due to their lack of genetic diversity.

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    Note: Zebra sharks are often called leopard sharks in Australia, but they are a different species from the leopard sharks found off the west coast of North America.

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