Few hours after observing its behavior, they noticed the shark started to act as if it was "intoxicated."
A 17-year-old surfer survived from an attack of a great white shark. The incident happened last Monday at Ballina's Lighthouse Beach in Australia, which incidentally is the same beach where a Japanese surfer was mauled by a shark last year.
Ocearch discovered a nursery for great white shark, which most probably is also their birthing site, off the coast of Long Island. The discovery, dubbed as one of the "most significant discovery ever made on the ocean" was made after 26 expeditions aimed at saving the ocean.
Here's a surprising catch: This six-year-old boy accidentally hooks in a great white shark and becomes the first person in Cape Cod ever to do so.
With flashbacks to Jaws in mind, it seems like an insane idea to leave the safety of a diving cage with a massive great white shark swimming just a few feet away. And yet that's exactly what one lucky diver did near Guadalupe Island in Mexico.
If you've ever wondered what it's like to be hunted by a great white shark, this is for you. A "SharkCam" from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) meant to simply observe these fearsome predators was able to experience how great white sharks attack their prey right in the waters of Guadalupe Island on the West Coast of Mexico.
Though you may think that great white shark sightings would detract Cape Cod beachgoers, the ferocious predators are in fact boosting tourism in the area, increasing sales for shark paraphernalia as well as local boat tours.