Next time you are attacked by GReat White shark, don’t worry just give Batman a call and he’ll manage only if joker doesn’t shows up!!!
Note: This number is presumed doesn’t exist so don’t try to call batman cuz batman himself doesn’t exist
Here is one of disturbing and creepy of goblin shark which mostly swim deep sea about 200 meters deep where there is no sunlight
This is one of the shark specie that keeps on smiling, don’t know if it has same behavior when going after prey!!!
Watch the video!!!
A diver finds about six inch long megalodon shark teeth from sea bed of gulf of mexico..
Want to buy a megalodon shark tooth, feel free to go to ebay and find some shark tooth for yourself, they could always be good gift and will surely have striking reflection of your personality.
This megalodon tooth is about 7 inch long and is available at about $25. Be known that megalodon shark tooth are the biggest tooth that any marine life form ever had and most of the information about these sharks were also known from the fossil remaining’s especially megalodon tooth.
A group of humpback whales were sighted in santa cruz california
5 Cookiecutter Shark
The cookiecutter shark is a small, rarely-seen dogfish shark. It is the smallest shark on this list but its unusual eating habits earn it a place. The cookiecutter shark derived its name from its habit of removing small circular plugs (like cookie cutters) of flesh and skin from cetaceans and large fish, including other sharks. It is hypothesized that the shark attaches to its much larger prey with its suctorial lips and modified pharynx, then rotates its body to achieve a highly symmetrical cut. They are considered parasites, with hosts such as the Megamouth shark. Cookiecutters seem to be attracted to undersea electrical cables, and one may find round bite marks in them. There has been one suspected attack on a human.
Have you seen goblin shark, it is the most creepiest and ugly shark you would have ever seen, it head is all f*&d up..
A white shark about 15 feet long was photographed from a helicopter on Wednesday about a quarter mile off Seacliff State Beach, shark researchers said.
Sean Van Sommeran, executive director of the Santa Cruz-based Pelagic Shark Research Foundation, said it was probably an adult white shark which are often spotted in waters off Santa Cruz County in the fall. Continue reading →