Gold Coast Shark Attacks [National Geographic Documentary HD 2017]

Gold Coast Shark Attacks [National Geographic Documentary HD 2017] Well, in a nutshell, yes. But you’re more likely to be attacked by lightning than a shark. A Shark Control Program run by the Queensland Government manages a range of nets, bait hooks and other preventative measures designed to keep sharks away from people swimming at the beach. There have only been a few reported shark attacks in the waters off the Gold Coast in recent years, most of which involve only minor injuries. Even shark sightings are rare on the…

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What's wrong with saying "Shark Attack!"?

We’ve all done it, said “shark attack”. And why not? Isn’t that what it is? In this segment from my hour-long interview with Dr. Christopher Neff, we discuss how using that phrase is not only bad for sharks but actually does humans a disservice as well. White Shark Video. It’s like Shark Week…except it’s good for sharks. White shark footage in this segment provided by Andy Dellios All other footage shot by Skyler Thomas for White Shark Video unless otherwise stated. Stock footage licensing is available at www.whitesharkvideo.com/footage source

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Aim for the gills: seven ways to survive a shark attack | New York Post

Shark attacks are no joke. So how do you avoid becoming their next victim? The New York Post spoke with Dr. Charles Bangley — of the Fish and Invertebrate Ecology Lab at the Smithsonian — to learn how to avoid and survive being attacked by one of these fearless fish as a part of Shark Week. Bangley suggests poking the deadly animal in its eyes or gills. He also reassures us that these apex predators are rarely really looking for humans to snack on. The New York Post is your…

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White Shark takes a grey seal off Wellfleet, Massachusetts

A team off white shark researchers witnessed this white shark predation on a grey seal in outer Cape Cod waters. They were working with a spotter plane to track and photograph individual white sharks with an underwater pole camera as part of a five year study to assess the population of sharks visiting the area. It is very rare to witness this hunting behavior at close range. source

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The Only Way to Survive a Shark Attack

Out of the nearly 500 different species of shark that inhabit the oceans today, only a dozen or so have ever been known to go after humans. And even in those cases, it’s only believed to have happened because the shark was confused or curious. So, despite what movies like Jaws or The Meg have shown us over the years, there aren’t any sharks roaming near the shoreline, looking for people to eat. In fact, sharks tend to prefer smaller fish and invertebrates. When it comes to us, it’s an…

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Shark Attacks Seal Decoy Camera | Shark Week

Off the coast of Guadalupe Island, a team of researchers capture footage of a Great White chomping down on their seal decoy rover. Stream Great White Kill Zone: Guadalupe on Discovery GO: https://go.discovery.com/tv-shows/shark-week/full-episodes/great-white-kill-zone-guadalupe Own Full Seasons of Shark Week: https://play.google.com/store/tv/show/Shark_Week?id=gg81I7BZ-J4&hl=en_US Subscribe to Discovery: http://bit.ly/SubscribeDiscovery Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Discovery https://www.facebook.com/SharkWeek Follow on Twitter: Tweets by Discovery Tweets by SharkWeek We’re on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/Discovery https://www.instagram.com/SharkWeek #SharkWeek #SharkWeek2019 #Sharks source

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