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Dream Big.

Dream Big.

great white

great white

MIDWAY a Message from the Gyre : a short film by Chris Jordan


A bit of a departure from our normal fare, but vitally important nevertheless. For more on the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, start here.

whale shark

whale shark

Seal attack! Hungry creature eats five sharks in rare images of sea mammal turning the tables on the predator of the deep.


These extraordinary pictures show a South African seal devouring a blue shark - one of five that it attacked and ate for dinner.

The rare event took place off the coast of Cape Point and was witnessed and photographed by a group of shocked divers.

The seal ate only the stomach and liver of its prey before moving on to its next victim.

great white feeding on a whale carcass

great white feeding on a whale carcass

Greenland Shark Eats A Polar Bear -- Sleeper Shark Facts


The Greenland Sleeper Shark — Somniosus microcephalus — is a rather large, and strange, species of shark native to the icy waters of the North Atlantic, and is especially common in the region around Iceland and Greenland.

They have often been found to have the remnants of polar bears, horses, and reindeer in their stomachs, after being caught. An individual was once caught which had a completely-intact reindeer, antlers and all, inside its belly.

caribbean reef sharks “encouraged” to eat lionfish

caribbean reef sharks “encouraged” to eat lionfish

hammerhead

hammerhead

dusky whaler

dusky whaler

Shark finning. Stop it. Now.

Shark finning. Stop it. Now.

caribbean reef

caribbean reef

tiger

tiger

whale shark

whale shark

mako

mako

About Me

Sharks have inhabited our planet for 450 million years, since before the time of dinosaurs. If, in some small way, we are able to help people understand the vital role sharks play in ecosystems and the impact this has on all species, including humans, and also to dispel the myth that sharks are ruthless man-eaters, then we will have done a good thing.






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Sharks are as tough as those football fans who take their shirts off during games in Chicago in January, only more intelligent.

-Dave Barry


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