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Shark Feeding Frenzy at Cape Lookout, North Carolina (Video)

October 16, 2014 — by feedmeister0

Brian Recker and his crew from One Harbor Church caught this footage of a shark feeding frenzy taking place just off shore at Cape Lookout in the Outer Banks of North Carolina.  Watch as sharks, sea gulls, pelicans and other animals have a feeding frenzy trying to eat a large school of blue fish.  This is one day I would have to pass on swimming in the ocean.


SOURCE: Brian Recker Youtube

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Large Hammerhead Shark in water with two unknowing swimmers Destin, Florida (Video)

August 29, 2014 — by feedmeister0


Checkout this video footage coming out of Destin, Florida!  A couple guys in their high rise apartment at Silver Beach Towers caught aerial footage of a large hammerhead shark coming extremely close to two people who are relaxing in the water.  

The Gulf of Mexico in Destin has captured other footage also of a large hammerhead close to shore.  I posted 2 videos here for you to watch.  Destin is located on the Florida panhandle between Pensacola & Panama City.

(1) The 1st is the video of the two people in the water with the shark uploaded to youtube on August 24th.

(2) The 2nd is a video of a large hammerhead filmed extremely close to shore in Destin, Florida August 2013.

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Raw: Great White Shark attacks swimmer at Manhattan Beach (Video)

July 6, 2014 — by feedmeister0

Guys fishing on a pier catch footage of a swimmer being attacked by a great white shark near Manhattan Beach, California.  According to the local news, the shark was caught on a hook ‘agitated’, when it bit a long distance swimmer.  The swimmer was taken to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and is in stable condition. 

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Rare Megamouth Shark Caught Off Coast of Japan (Video)

May 9, 2014 — by feedmeister0

‘Alien looking’ Megamouth shark was hauled in from a depth of 2,600 feet.  Their are only 58 known sightings that have ever been reported. The capture of the 13-foot female megamouth late last month was not widely reported, but it was an extremely rare event. About 1,500 people showed at the Marine Science Museum in Shizuoka City to witness the necropsy, which might help scientists learn more about the mysterious sharks.
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