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Byron Bay Surfer Bitten by Great White Shark

Byron Bay Surfer Bitten by Great White Shark

A surfer has been described as “the luckiest man on earth” after a shark snapped his board in half before biting his hip on the NSW north coast around 6:30 a.m. Sunday

Shark Approaches Surfer Waiting for a Wave

Shark Approaches Surfer Waiting for a Wave

The NSW Department of Primary Industries released a video showing the various sea creatures captured in aerial footage at Lighthouse Beach in Ballina, an area that has seen seven shark attacks since February 2014, including a fatal one.

Video: Great White Shark Breaks Into Diver’s Cage in Mexico

Video: Great White Shark Breaks Into Diver’s Cage in Mexico

Shocking footage has captured the moment a Great White Shark broke into a diving cage while a tourist was trapped inside. The four-metre-long predator was chasing a piece of tuna bait left out by a guide when it accidentally smashed into the supposedly ‘shark-proof’ cage.

Intense Video Shows The Moment a Diver was Attacked By Shark

Intense Video Shows The Moment a Diver was Attacked By Shark

College student Tyler McQuillen was diving off the coast of Santa Barbara on Sept. 1 when he was suddenly hit from behind. Initially, he explains in the video description, he thought his friend was playing a prank, but he quickly realized that the incident was no joke

Video: Is This The Biggest Great White Shark Ever?

Video: Is This The Biggest Great White Shark Ever?

A 20-foot long great white who inhabits your nightmares and the ocean off the coast of Ensenada, in Guadalupe Island Mexico. Mexican shark researcher Dr Mauricio Hoyos Padilla getting seriously close to what could be the largest great white shark ever seen.

The World’s Most Dangerous Shark Zones for Surfing

The World’s Most Dangerous Shark Zones for Surfing

Sharky shark sharks. The source of so much controversy these days and so misunderstood! Sparked by an unprecedented run of fatal attacks off the coast of Reunion Island and Western Australia both starting in 2011, the introduction of new shark culling policies continue to make headlines as they’re continually denounced by animal-rights activists, especially in Australia, less so in Reunion Island where local inhabitants have been more in support of action.