Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by netkid, Oct 27, 2009.
YouTube - shark attacks shark queensland australia
That other shark body at the beginning got owned.
"Giant" Shark Savages Great White.
Odd Section - News - Giant shark savages great white - Digital Spy
Yikes!6meter's long!thats like almost 25 Ft.
So glad its not in the UK.
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sorry 'bout tha'
short answer: Damn
Long Answer: DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMMMMMMMNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN!!!!
THAT is impressive.
Tiger Sharks are my favorite. Perfect eating machine. But sharks are just awesome all together.
Damn, usually sharks don't eat eachother, right? I'm not sure if this makes the oceans safer, due to sharks removing eachother from the equation, or more dangerous, as sharks are throwing the rules out the window.
That's what she said.
Todd five anyone?
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water...
THIS is why I never go swimming in the ocean...
Damn it, Australia, stop trying to scare the piss out of me with your animals that kill everything, and your weather that tries to kill everything, and your Mel Gibsons.
From the article:
That shark must have been in a world of hurt!
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Agreed. That's the most important thing I learned from that video.
This comment just reminded me about a discovery channel special on dolphins, where they pretty much discovered that dolphins have their own juvenile form of "gang banging" (the gangsta kind, not the porno kind...sickos). A bottlenosed dolphin was tryna come up on the feeding grounds that apparently were territory of a pack of spotted dolphins, the spotted dolphins proceeded to "jump that fool" and the bottlenose dolphin was chased off.
Later on, the beat up dolphin went back to his crew, aparently the Atlantic crips, and the bottle nosed dolphins pulled a drive by in the hood of the spotted dolphins, which in the ocean is basically swimming into the other dolphin at high speeds ramming it with their hard snouts. So yeah, Sharks may be scary, but dolphins are straight up "Gangsta"!
Ok so I hammed it up a little, but seriously, that was pretty much the jist of what happend. I had no idea that dolphins would not only gang up on a rival dolphin, but that it actually was to the point that the victim came back with his pack and they singled out the other dolphin responsible for getting him attacked in the first place. It was a very premeditated attack for what appeared to be nothing other than revenge.
That's nothing, I've heard about pods of bottlenosed dolphins ganging up on sharks because the shark was frontin on one of their homies. Also, apparently dolphins have been spotted protecting humans from sharks, because game recognize game, playa.
Dolphins also kill porpoises (like dolphins, but not exactly) for nothing more than being porpoises. Not a territorial thing, they just do it for fun and because they're slightly different.
Tru dat. My surfer friends do tell me though that they always feel safer when there's dolphins nearby. I've also heard stories of people being protected by dolphins, as a matter of fact indigenous cultures used to see dolphins as deities protecting them out in the ocean. It was considered a good omen to have a dolphin swimming near your ship as well.
Dolphins are a sea creature that make me LESS afraid to step into the ocean, and that puts them in a very small group.
When life gives you sharks, it's time to make shark ka-bobs.
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