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Shark High Five?

13-06-2015 Shark News Stories

Shark High Five?

Instead of a cute kitten chasing its tail video making the Internet rounds, it’s an enormous great white shark apparently high-fiving a dive master. The dive master, Joel Ibarra, was in a shark cage off of his ecotourism boat near Mexico when the 22 foot long shark came nice and close. This great white is actually one of the largest ever seen. Nicknamed Deep Blue, the enormous female swam close to Ibarra when he noted the large gash on her side. Deep Blue is so big, making quick turns to avoid...

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Shark High Five?

Instead of a cute kitten chasing its tail video making the Internet rounds, it’s an enormous great white shark apparently high-fiving a dive master. The dive master, Joel Ibarra, was in a shark cage off...

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730km north of Sydney, in Shelly Beach, a Japanese man was killed by what witnesses describe as a huge shark. Despite surfer’s assistance in bringing him ashore, the man died. He had lost both legs...

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