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Like A Rat In A Cage 47 Meters Down

Shark movies keep getting better and better despite SyFy Channel’s best efforts. 47 Meters Down was originally titled In The Deep which was also the original title for the Blake Lively film The Shallows released this summer. 479 more words


A fisherman hooks 3 Great White Sharks in one day

What in the world is Chip Michalove doing right to hook a bunch of Great White Sharks off the coast of Hilton Head?

Last month, our Luke Kerr-Dineen (who has family in Hilton Head) told you  104 more words


Swimming In Shark Alley

I know what you are thinking. How sexy do I look in that orange PVC Rain jacket. But this story isn’t about me, or the jacket –  it’s about the time I went Shark Cage Diving in Gansbaai, South Africa. 698 more words
Bucket List

Researchers wonder if great white sharks are looking for love in Nova Scotia waters

She is 900 kilograms, has her own Twitter feed and may be cruising East Coast waters in a dizzying, long-distance quest for love.

Lydia, the aptly named “rock-star” of the great white shark world, and her smaller sidekick Betsy are being tracked off the coast of Nova Scotia in an expansive journey that researchers hope might answer a question that has bedevilled them for years – where do the apex predators go to mate? 726 more words



Sadly this weekend a great white became stranded on Nauset Beach, in my hometown in Orleans. Although a passerby found the 12-foot-long creature in distress, by the time Greg Skomal and members of the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy arrived the creature had died. 251 more words

Ocean Conservation

Stranded great white shark measuring 3.5-metres long dies on Cape Cod beach

Great white #shark dies after stranding on Nauset Beach in Orleans. The 1st shark stranding on #CapeCod this year https://t.co/k0VPd6BFuh pic.twitter.com/jMexsJh8ES

— Cape Cod Times (@capecodtimes) …

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Fierce, Yet Vulnerable

Who has not experienced the pain of stepping barefoot on a Lego piece?

Here is a somewhat silly twist on that theme, thanks to Tami in my office.


Great White Sharks