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The Little Mermaid Except Shark

 

 

 

Published on May 20, 2014

” This is a shark. A shark with a dream. Let him tell you about it. In song.

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Writer: Heather Anne Campbell
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Animation: Nick Sazani, Spencer Wen, Wen Qiu, April Wang, Whitney Tang, Kaishu Manella, Alex Tip, Aaron Soon, Polly Guo, Kirby Allen, Brian Brantley, Travis Brainerd, Jared Weiss
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Dolphin ‘Sharkbombs’ Kelly Slater Video

 

 

 

Slater & Shark

 

 

” The surfing world has been abuzz this week after video emerged of Kelly Slater seemingly having a close encounter with a shark while surfing in Western Australia.

  A mysterious shadow can clearly be seen next to Slater as a surfs a wave in the Margaret River region, with fans speculating that the 11-time world champion may have survived a hairy moment with a shark.

  But Steve Robertson from Association of Surfing Professionals has poured a big bucket cold, salty water on that theory.”

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Two Pint-Sized SoCal Surfers “Photobombed” by Possible Shark

 

Shark Photobomb

 

 

” A complete surprise to the person behind the camera, what may be a shark appears to have “photobombed” two Southern California boys as they rode the Manhattan Beach waves over the weekend.

  A South Bay woman took the photograph near 31st Street in Manhattan Beach on Friday, and she said she didn’t even realize the sea creature hiding in her photo until she checked the camera in the car.

” My son is the one closest to the shark,” the woman, June Emerson, told NBC4 via email. “Whatever it is, it was quite a shock to see while reviewing shots of the day on our way home.”

  Surfers and lifeguards told Emerson it was definitely a shark, but she decided to tell her 12-year-old son, Quinn, and his friend that it was a dolphin so as not to scare them out of SoCal waters permanently.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10 Of The Greatest Fisheries

canadian-bluefin

” An 857-pound bluefin is maneuvered alongside the boat during the 1949 Tuna Cup in Nova Scotia (top), while Maureen Marazzi caught a 881-pounder in 1971 (lower right); big fish are still caught today in this northerly fishery (bottom left).”

 

 

 

” #1 Canadian Maritimes — Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick

Primary Species: Giant bluefin tuna

Golden Era: 1930 to 1950, 1970s. In the late 1970s, the tuna apparently changed their migration. When the Asian taste for bluefin sushi evolved during the 1980s, prices rose, an industry was born, and Canada prohibited recreational anglers from catching giants. In the past few years, the country has allowed a regulated catch-and-release fishery.

The History: During the late 1800s, harpooners began targeting giants that tangled their herring nets. Through the early 20th century, anglers started pursuing the bluefin, though they were not considered good table fare. Finally, in the 1930s, tackle makers caught up with the fishery, and IGFA founder Michael Lerner helped initiate the International Tuna Cup (Sharp Cup).

Memorable Moment: Bluefin here average 700 pounds, but they get much bigger. The current all-tackle world-record bluefin — a 1,496-pound behemoth — was caught off Nova Scotia in 1979.”


 

 

 

 

 

The 12 Biggest Fish Ever Caught

 

 

tuna, bluefin

 

#5: 1,496-Pound Bluefin Tuna

On October 26, 1979, Ken Fraser caught the record 1,496-pound bluefin tuna. He caught the fish in Aulds Cove off Nova Scotia, Canada, using a mackerel.

 

Pictures: Rare “Cyclops” Shark Found

 

 

 

” Talk about a one-of-a-kind discovery—an extremely rare cyclops shark(pictured) has been confirmed in Mexico, new research shows.

The 22-inch-long (56-centimeter-long) fetus has a single, functioning eye at the front of its head—the hallmark of a congenital condition called cyclopia, which occurs in several animal species, including humans.

Earlier this year fisher Enrique Lucero León legally caught a pregnant dusky shark near Cerralvo Island (see map) in the Gulf of California. When León cut open his catch, he found the odd-looking male embryo along with its nine normal siblings. “He said, That’s incredible—wow,” said biologist Felipe Galván-Magaña, of the Interdisciplinary Center of Marine Sciences in La Paz, Mexico. “

 

 

"Cyclops" shark picture: fisher holding shark

 

 

 

Fisher Enrique Lucero León holds the cyclops shark next to researcher Bejarano-Álvarez.
León regards the cyclops shark as a prize, Galván-Magaña said, and has already preserved his oddity in alcohol.
"Lots of people want to buy the shark, but the fisherman says no."

 

 

 

“There is something in this photo that doesn’t belong – can you find it?”