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David “Baz” Jenkins Wildlife Photography Flying white shark, you are negative return!

Great White visit!

Photo and caption by Eusebio Saenz de Santamaria / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest. Freediving with the Tiger Sharks, Grand Bahamas

Guys on motorcycle: "man this day can't get any worse" Shark: "he he juuuust waaaait"

This doesn't look possible but it is. After Hurricane Irene went through Puerto Rico in a shark decided to go swimming down the street. Can you imagine? SHARKNADO IS REAL.

This is awesome!  Amazing Shark

Christopher Hewitt Ink Shark chasing seagull picture on VisualizeUs

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What Are the Biggest Great White Sharks Ever Recorded?

While the fearsome great white shark can grow to a massive 20 feet, most are much smaller. But what is the biggest one ever found?

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Here you can find out about the Twelve Days of Terror that became to be known as the 1916 Shark Attacks. Here you can find out exactly what happened during the 1916 Shark Attacks.

This is white shark Amy. She is one of the largest sharks we have ever tagged

This is white shark Amy. She is one of the largest sharks we have ever tagged.

Gran tiburón blanco incumplimiento False Bay, cerca de Ciudad del Cabo, África del Sur

Great white shark breaching near Seal Island, False Bay.

Mammals and fish are equipped with totally different breathing mechanisms. Sea mammals such as dolphins and whales rely on a blowhole to draw air into their lungs. These mammals periodically need to break the surface of the ocean to draw in that air.

Types of Sharks: a Mammal or Fish? About Facts and Other Interesting Questions

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Available for sale from Vogtle Contemporary , Robert Longo, Shark 5 Archival pigment print, 61 × cm

Great White Shark | by: { Sam Cahir }

sharks fertilize inside the females body the male shark has something called claspers it helps transfer sperm to the female so she can fertilize her eggs sharks interact with the sea grass