Terrifying Great White Shark attack while Cage Diving

OMFG! Watch this moment when Hillary Rae Petroski captured her encounter with a huge 11.5-foot great white shark while on a diving trip in Mossel Bay in South Africa.

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Super Rare 20 Foot Basking Shark Caught In Australia

Fishermen in Australia didn't intend to haul in a massive basking shark on Sunday, but scientists around the world may soon be glad they did. The shark, which measures more than 20 feet long and weighs three tons, belongs to a species that's rarely seen in the. Museum Victoria, which acquired the shark after it was accidentally reeled in by a fishing trawler in the western Bass Strait, says it's only encountered three basking shark specimens in the last 160 years. The shark was dead when the fishermen recovered it, Museum Victoria noted on Facebook. The last recorded basking shark capture was in the 1930s, when one was found at Lakes Entrance in the state of Victoria. On the Facebook Page of the Museum Victoria there are also a couple of impressive pictures of Jaws his younger brother.

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Great White Shark attacks GoPro underwater robotic camera

Conservationists have captured dramatic footage of great white sharks attacking an underwater robot being used to study their behaviour.
Using a SharkCam equipped with six GoPro cameras, the scientists filmed the sharks displaying signs of territorial behaviour towards the probe.
In what appeared to be predatory attacks, sharks lurked in the darkness below the vehicle before swimming up suddenly and biting onto the tail or mid-section of the automated vehicle.
According to the conservationists, this is the same way that sharks hunt seals near Guadalupe Island off the West Coast of Mexico where the footage was filmed.

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Huge Great White shark caught with sea turtle in its mouth

People from the Japanese village of Udono caught some special in a net that was protecting a swimming area. This Huge Great White shark with a regurgitated sea turtle stuck in its mouth. Note to self: never swim outside that area in Udono.

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Bucket List Idea: Swimming with Sharks

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