1. Great White Shark kills British expat at Byron Bay beach in Australia


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    Paul Wilcox, a 50-year-old British expatriate, was killed by a shark during a beach swim in Australia at Byron Bay, the popular tourist destination in Australia, while his wife looked on from the shore. The Warwickshire-born former IT worker had gone for a mid-morning swim in gentle clear surf and was not far from the shore at a sheltered inlet called Clarke's Beach, long regarded as one of the safest spots along the coast. Shortly after 10.30am, he was bitten above the right knee by what is believed to have been a 13-foot great white shark. He was dragged to shore where his wife of 24 years, Victoria Wilcox, who watched in horror as rescuers tried in vain to resuscitate him. A paddle-boarder, Mark Hickey, who assisted in the rescue, said the shark bit Mr Wilcox and appeared to return for a further attack. "I saw what looked like seaweed but it was blood in the water," said Mr Hickey, a lawyer. Police said they believed Mr Wilcox was killed by a great white shark. A large 12-foot shark was filmed lurking in the area after the attack and was chased off by authorities using jet skis. “It’s not confirmed at this stage but it looks like it’s a great white,” said Bobbie Cullen, a local police spokeswoman. “I’m pretty sure he [Mr Wilcox] was out swimming on his own. His wife was on the beach at the time. He was only 15 or 20 metres [50 to 65 feet] from the beach.” See full story at: http://karmastop.com/great-white-shark-kills-british-expat-at-byron-bay-beach-australia/

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    • The overlord of Guadalupe Island, Mexico: Great White Shark


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      Although great white sharks are feared and demonized, the actual experience of being in the water with one (admittedly from the safety of a metal cage) is considerably more calm, almost meditative. The blue and clear waters of Guadalupe Island, Mexico, are home to great white sharks during the months of August-November.

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      • TIGER SHARK rare footage -10ft Tiger Shark on the beach sands is put back into water by 3 brave men!


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        These Australian fishermen give a whole new meaning to the phrase,”catch a tiger by the tail!”Just check out these three Australian locals who offered a helping hand to a nine-foot tiger shark that, reportedly, had been caught accidentally from the beaches of Coral Bay. Using pliers, the group successfully freed the shark from a hook, allowing the animal to return to its oceanic home.While these heroes made the right decision in releasing the tiger, we can only hope that the graceful fish is still swimming free off the coast of her beaching incident–Western Australia. In 2014, the Western Australia shark cull was implemented with the intent of protecting beach goers from the “threat” of sharks. Despite thousands of protesters expressing their opposition to the cull, over 170 sharks were unnecessarily slaughtered at the hands of human fear. Fortunately, this tiger shark was given another shot at survival by the inspiring locals who valiantly proved the harmlessness of sharks in order to help out a fellow living being. Full story: http://karmastop.com/video-of-a-shark-accidentally-caught-being-put-back-into-water-by-3-brave-men/

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        • The order of Sharks and Rays by Blue Media


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          Filmed with Canon 5D Mark III Canon 16-35mm F2.8L II USM Hugyfot UW housing 2x Sola Dive 1200 Film by Kjetil C. Astrup / Blue Media www.bluemedia.no Music by Kai-Anders Ryan www.kaiandersryan.no Contact about stock footage or cinematography jobs: post@bluemedia.no #stayshark

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          • Too Close for Comfort. A Great Wonderful Summer (GWS) experience


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            2 years ago, a group of divers from the LA area (LAUE: Los Angeles Underwater Explorer) started the project Infidel clean up. The goal was to remove all the nets that cover the wreck and regularly trap marine life (seals, sea lions, even birds). The wreck seats under 150ft of water, which makes the cleaning work challenging and requires lots of caution, strong dive teams and very rigorous process. After many dives, the wreck is starting to look much better now, and new marine life have elected it as their new home: lobsters, nudibranchs, wolf eel, and so on. On Aug 23rd, 2014, new missions were set to both continue removing the nets (and a lot was removed again), but also document the new life. Unfortunately, the visibility wasn't very good for still pictures, even video. But on the way back, we had a chance to have the company of a Great White Shark, probably 16 to 20ft long. She checked us out very closely and tagged along for 4 minutes. We had few minutes of excitement, and of course a bit of chill, knowing that we had a long time to get to the surface.

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            • Great White Shark Stole My Gopro


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              What better way to celebrate Shark week than spend it cage diving with White Sharks at Guadalupe Island Mexico. It is one of the best locations to see Great Whites because of the incredible visibility and the number of sharks. After spending around 15 hours underwater photographing the sharks from the relative safety of the cage I decided to get up close and personal by putting my Gopro out in the open water. Out of the more than 20 sharks that frequented our cage two of them consistently out-smarted us by sneaking up and grabbing the fish that we used to scent the water before we could pull it away. We were not feeding them but these two managed to get away with a couple of snacks. It was one of these sharks that also grabbed my Gopro rig and took off. Fortunately I got it back and it made some great footage. Special thanks to the crew of The Horizon and www.sharkdiver.com What an outstanding adventure.

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              • Hanging with Great White Sharks - Guadalupe Island - Shark Week


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                This video was shot by Martin Graff of www.sharkdiver.com. He joined Sam Davey and I ( Allan Davey ) in the cage to get some shots of us photographing one of the grumpier sharks. Out of the 150 sharks known to visit Guadalupe Island 20 frequented our cage. Mostly the were calm and curious and would come up and look each of us in the eye. We added 4 new sharks to the database.They are majestic graceful creatures which are misunderstood. Best way to spend Shark Week. It was absolutely amazing.

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                • Shark Week - Surf & Terf: Shark Through The Heart


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                  A genius boy and his great white shark must stop a Nazi megalodon from destroying Washington DC!! Get it here - http://kck.st/1oA4Nkh

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                  • But Aren't You Afraid of Sharks?


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                    Cage diving with great white sharks at Guadalupe Island on the Solmar V

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                    • Great white shark, Scarface


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                      Meet Scarface, a great white we have been monitoring for a couple of years. He’s a bit of a character, inquisitive and a little aggressive. Watch the video to find out how Scarface got his name.

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