Kohola, or “humpback whales,” are one of the largest types of whales, usually measuring between 40–52 feet and weighing nearly 45 tons. These animals are popular with whale watchers because of their tendency to “breach,” in which they propel nearly 40 percent of their body out of the water. These are the whales who are also known for their haunting “whale songs” that can be heard f
Unbelievable video of a Octopus making an unprovoked attack on a shark and fully swallowing the shark. Normally, an octopus is a prey for the shark but as you can see in this video, the roles are reversed here and octopus kills and swallows the shark since a shark is always a threat to the octopus.
New shark attack on bodyboarders in north of France. On the morning of 17th August 2014, my brother has been bitten by a shark while he was bodyboarding. Hopefully, I had a GoPro to catch it! A lot of seals are roaming around in this region, apparently sharks as well... Music from https://www.youtube.com/user/AnjerX Des bodyboarders ont subi une nouvelle attaque de requin, dans le nord de
William Chapman recently found a pod of Orca whales while at work… It looks like they were following him! That’s a lucky guy!
Valerie Taylor is a renowned professional diver and shark expert. But one of her most remarkable experiences involved a moray eel that she became great friends with and eventually named Honey. She first met the eel in 1974 in the waters around Banda Island, Indonesia, and their amazing bond lasted for a very long time. I’ve heard of wild dolphins developing incredible relationships like this
A National Geographic researcher is startled to see a Greenland shark where none has ever been seen before: off Russia’s Franz Josef Land. An underwater camera captured images of the shark, a species scientists know very little about.
Killer Catfish Hunt Pigeons. A population of catfish have been honing quite a remarkable hunting technique. These catfish have developed a way to catch and eat pigeons by partially coming out of the water. They are referred to as the "Freshwater Killer Whales". Watch these catfish eat pigeons.
Deep Tiger Shark Two from Andy Murch on Vimeo. A second male Tiger Shark attacks the Deep Cam. This time, 800ft below the waves off South Bimini Island in the Bahamas.
This 15 foot long Tiger Shark got way too close for comfort during a recent dive off the coast of South Africa. This amazing interaction was caught on camera by our partner, adventurer Rainer Schimpf, who operates Expert Tours out of Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Rainer explained that during a professional dive such as this, there are a few key “dos and dont’s” that divers must keep