#FridayFive: John Williams June 13th, 2014 @ 6:32 am PDTRead the Friday Five …
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Anti-Shark Device Eaten by Irony-Loving Great White
Bad Idea: Swimming with Sharks February 28th, 2008 @ 1:51 pm PST
“I would never had done any of this if I thought there would have been an accident.” Jim Abernethy, Scuba Adventures Right. Of course. You’re just dumping bloody fish chunks into the ocean and then letting people swim with really aggressive sharks. What could possibly go wrong?
Sharks! October 24th, 2001 @ 1:55 am PDT
The Sharks in Literature site has a lengthy excerpt from The Old Man and the Sea.
More Sharks September 4th, 2001 @ 2:21 pm PDT
“He was still talking when he came out of the water.” This is just getting to be too much. I saw Jaws when I was a kid and have always been at least a little bit scared of swimming. After this summer I don’t know if I’ll be able to go into the ocean ever […]
Dead Whale. Stupid People. White Shark. July 24th, 2001 @ 11:10 am PDT
There are so many great quotes in this article about some people who climbed onto the back of a dead whale to pet the great white sharks that were eating it … “… said … he was shocked at the level of disrespect some people showed for their own safety …” “… appalled by the […]
Boston Shark July 23rd, 2001 @ 6:33 pm PDT
Chatham harbor master Stuart Smith said he could not recall a shark attack since he began working in 1988, but advised beachgoers to be alert and not to swim with the seals.
Life Is Better with Animals May 11th, 2001 @ 12:14 pm PDT
Kentucky Foals Dying Mysteriously An unknown disease in central Kentucky has affected pregnant mares, causing them to lose their foals and fetuses at a rate of 700 percent more than what is considered normal. Since April 28, 2001 the University of Kentucky Livestock Disease Diagnostic Center has received 318 miscarried fetuses or stillborn foals for […]
Watch for Tarpon! May 10th, 2001 @ 9:43 am PDT
Surfing in New Smyrna can be dangerous. McDermott suffered a concussion and had to get 15 stitches around his eye, where his skin was pierced by the sharp fins.