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Basking sharks filmed by drones

ISLE OF MULL (SCOTLAND)- The summer in Scotland is famed for watching basking sharks. These gentle sharks come close to the shores in the summer months in large numbers to look for a mate. Isle of Mull-based Sea Life Surveys said it had observed about 100 of the creatures off Coll. They have filmed the gentle giants from the air […]

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Great white bumps fisherman out of boat

BYRON BAY (AUSTRALIA)- Imagine reeling in what looks to be a great catch and then suddenly get bumped overboard by a great white shark. It happened to a sports fisherman who was fishing tuna near Julian Rocks in Australia’s Byron Bay. ‘This huge shark about 4.5m came launching into the side of the boat and knocked him off his feet into […]

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Bondi Beach closed after fishermen chum the surf

BONDI BEACH (AUSTRALIA)- World famous Sydney’s Bondi Beach was closed yesterday after a fishing boat dumped an indeterminate amount of bycatch, or chum, into the surf near the populated area. With this chum came a shark. The incident took place shortly before midday, as beachgoers noted the vessel rounding Ben Buckler point into Bondi bay, followed by a large number […]

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5m Great White circles tiny fishingboat

NEWCASTLE (AUSTRALIA)- More shark news from the area of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. Although some of the beaches have been reopened, sharks are still around. Two fishermen in a tinny got the scare of their lives when a 5 meter great white shark circled their boat and hit it with its tail. The shark circled the tinnie, swam underneath […]

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Summer of sharks in New South Wales?

NEWCASTLE (AUSTRALIA)- The coastline of Australia’s New South Wales is living its ‘summer of sharks’ with the beaches of Newcastle being closed for the seventh day in a row after sharks continue to be close to the shore. A big great white shark of at least 5 meters keeps patrolling the beaches of Newcastle. A 22-year-old local surfer told The Newcastle Herald […]

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