On a beach in Cape Town, South Africa, a group of casual beach goers didn’t expect to be makeshift doctors for the day when they put on their swim trunks that morning. While walking along the coast, the washed up deceased shark was hard to miss. But what was unusual was when they noticed the lifeless fish’s stomach begin moving.
Swimmers had quite the shock when what looked like an oil spill turned out to be something quite different
Early last week there was quite a stir at Scripps Pier off La Jolla in California. Initially locals were shocked and appalled to see what looked like a oil spill nearing the beach. On closer inspection swimmers were equally shocked, but also delighted, to discover that it was actually a monumentally-large shoal of anchovies.
Just for kicks, three brothers from Minnesota joined forces to sculpt a massive 16-foot tall shark from snow in their yard in New Brighton. Apparently they’ve made a puffer fish and a walrus in past years. Still, there are a lot more stupid things you can do with snow, and this is not one of them.
If you love surfing or you think you’d like to try it but you’re deathly afraid of losing your limbs to a great white, fear no more. Australian company Shark Attack Mitigation Systems has your back. Collaborating with the University of Western Australia, the team came up with two different designs. The Warning Pattern was […]
Does your phone have super powers? And wield a shark as its battle tool? Give it a proper outfit to show its stuff with the Hammertime iPhone case from Sharpshirter. Pick up one now in the Lost At E Minor store.