Holy teeth, Batman. That mako shark has got some on it.
Just off the coast of Ocean City, Maryland, Pelagic View Dredges was testing out some new camera equipment (patent pending). According to the Facebook, “PelagicView dredges are patent pending dredges and umbrella rigs with a built-in GoPro mount. The mount is inside of a hydrodynamic shuttle so there is no drag on the Gopro.”
They set up the camera with some bait surrounding it to capture this footage of a mako shark going to town on the fish. The enormity of that jaw is scary enough to make you never want to swim in the Atlantic Ocean again. Or the Pacific. Or any body of water where any sort of shark resides.
Insert Jaws theme song here.
Warning: If you get motion sickness easily (as I do), then I do not recommend watching this. Or take some Dramamine first and then watch.
A video camera meant to capture footage of some crocodiles in the Australian outback was stolen by a White-Bellied Sea Eagle who believed that capturing his flight and his image for posterity was much more important than some stupid crocodiles.
Because who wants to watch crocodiles when you can get a sweet view of this eagle?
A Finnish man has been duped by an otter. The otter pretends to be his friend, but the only thing the otter ever wants is food. And there is food aplenty. I mean, the otter doesn’t even eat the food with his friend. He just takes it and runs away, after all that work the man put into catching him the food.
That otter is a gold digger. Or fish digger. Ice digger? Something.