Photo of the monstrous catch was posted on the Facebook page of Offshore Fishing New South. It shows the full size of the bull shark, which was hung upside down and toweing over a standing man.
A drone has captured a rare sight of sharks in a feeding frenzy just meters away from the shore where hundreds of stunned people watch.
The rare recording shows that the big mammals are picky eaters, and they won't consume the meal, unless its size is worth their effort.
King cobras are known to avoid humans as much as possible. The snake might have been too thirsty that it seek help in the village.
The car was approximately moving at between 80 to 90 miles (per hour) while the man was hanging with his arms stuck on the speeding car's window.
While the snake obviously has a length advantage, it did not matter, as the spider's fatal bite killed it in one shot.
For the first time, scientists have witnessed the birth of atmospheric ice clouds, and they did not need to be aboard a plane to watch the formation.
Ghost sharks have been swimming in the deep ocean since 300 million years ago, long before the dinosaurs existed. For the first time in history of mankind, the elusive ghost shark was captured on film.
A group of tourists in Galapagos Island was treated to a rare display when a killer whale played with its food -- an unsuspecting green turtle.
In an attempt to demonstrate how coral bleaching is happening up close, Australian researchers have captured this phenomenon on video for the first time.
NASA released another 4K video reel of Earth called "Home" showing the Earth in its full glory, the video also included scenes in and out of the International Space Station, NASA telescopes and the moon.
A spokesperson at the center told San Francisco Chronicles that it is "extremely rare to successfully reunite a pup with its mother" so everyone was delighted at the reunion.
"The planet is gonna be wrecked. People are just being rude to it," the infuriated young boy said in between sobs.
Titled Gods in Shackles, Sangita Iyer, an environmental journalists fighting for the freedom of captive elephants were able to capture some of the most morbid scenes behind the glamorous festivities in India.