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Girl Discovers Shark On Beach, Throws It Back Into Ocean

Sometimes, you're out walking the beach under lonesome moonlight, when suddenly you see a four foot shark stuck in the sand. From there, most people would probably steer very clear of such a scene, but thus was not the case for this fearless warrior. No, she cooly grabbed that shark and ended up yeeting/tossing him back into the ocean from whence he came. That should be a whole lot of good karma points for her. 

Girl finds shark on the beach, and then yeets it back into the ocean | love going walks at night, especially there's clear sky, so age sixteen, would go few miles up beach around midnight most nights. One night, while still about mile our house saw something rolling surf s either plastic bag caught on log thought Or four foot shark jogged over not plastic bag caught on log shark moving and didn't appear be hurt, but caught water only an inch or so deep, being pushed higher with every wave by
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Fifteen Marine Biology Memes For Science-y People

We brought you some physics memes earlier, and now we've got some content for the marine scientists - fish and sharks and morays galore! And in case you missed said physics memes, check 'em out here!

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17 of Today's Funniest Memes

Fresh off the meme press. Some of the hottest and funniest memes of the day. So dive in and enjoy all the wares we have to offer. Who knows, maybe you'll find a new favorite. But if you're looking for even more amazing memes to keep you laughing all day long, this perfect list of funny memes will have you in stitches. Or if you are looking to find inspiration in your doldrums of boredom, these hilarious memes will help you do just that.

Funny memes and dank memes | Shark - wanna get quick picture before dinner Vo-Vo l @Erikdavidson
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The Secret Life Of Sharks Hilariously Described In These Awesome Comics

We definitely think sharks deserve more than a week...Check out this great tumblr page By Christian Talbot &  Sophie Hodge. 

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Videographer Spends 5 Hours Up Close And Persona With Blue Sharks

Blue Sharks are one of the most prolific shark species in the world. They are also one of the most widely spread, being found as far south as Chile, and as far north as Norway. Though they prefer cool waters, they are most often seen of the coasts of Wales, Japan, South Africa, and Canada. They are lifelong migratory creatures, traveling great distances searching for food. They are known sometimes to even migrate as far as the distance between New England all the way to South Africa. Check out some interesting facts about the species.

Emily Stevenson, co-founder of the eco-campaigners "Beach Guardian" had the incredible experience during a boat door, and described playing with them for more than 5 hours. Perfect conditions allowed them to capture the incredible situation they found themselves in. 

Videographer dives with blue sharks for five hours and gets an incredible look at them underneath the ocean surface
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sharks finding nemo photography A Photographer Found the Shark From Finding Nemo off the Coast of Florida
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Remember that friendly shark in 'Finding Nemo' who swore never to eat fish again in his life?  They found him!

And by "they found him" we mean, someone took a picture of a shark whose horrifyingly sharp teeth form a large, menacing grin. 


via caters news

Okay, the smile does look a little goofy. A retiree named Kenneth “Wayne” MacWilliams apparently captured this off the coast of Florida and shared it with Caters News Agency. Apparently this is a lemon shark, the "friendliest" of sharks. 

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All those tiny spots that look almost like tadpoles in this video are actually blacktip sharks. These sharks are in the process of migrating North to cooler waters but for some reason thousands of them have been congregating just off the shore in South Florida near Palm Beach.


via @sharkmigration

Researchers at Florida Atlantic University have been studying this migration for the last few years. They will be catching and tagging the sharks as they migrate. Professor Stephen Kajiura told TCPalm that the sharks are a little bit late this year, they normally migrate at the end of January. According to Kajiura, the sharks are probably swimming so close to the coast because they are after a certain kind of fish or they are avoiding other larger sharks. 

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This shark vs. man struggle belongs in a movie, not in real life! Scientists are saying that this shark appeared at the end of a California pier due to the warm waters caused be El Nino.

Marine biologist Andrew Nosal of Scripps Institution of Oceanography told NBC 7 News that it was probably a baby shark. In fact many baby Great White sharks that have been tagged have been detected in the area. Nosal says that young sharks don't normally attack people but, as with any large, toothy animal, it's best to stay cautious.

wrestling hero Hero of the Day: Pro Wrestler Shark Boy Helped Keep His Neighborhood Safe by Helping to Catch a Sex Offender
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Wrestling may not be real, but Shark Boy is. The intreped ocean dweller was essential in the capture of a peeping tom in his own neighborhood. He didn't pull any of his signature moves on the criminal, but he did keep an eye on him until the police arrived to ensure his capture. 

If you want to know more about this mysterious hero, just watch this video:

He's clearly been through a lot already. 

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Selfies have proven more dangerous than sharks in 2015.
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Put the selfie stick down.

There have been a lot of global deaths this year connected with selfies. And with the death of a 66-year-old Japanese tourist trying to get a picture of himself at the Taj Mahal, it brings up a whole lot of questions about why we are risking our lives to get these snapshots.



The Guardian had compiled some of the stories behind these unfortunate deaths in trying to answer the larger question of 'why?'.

The incident now takes the death toll of officially recorded selfie-related deaths to 12. Previous incidents this year include a man who was gored to death taking a picture during a bull run in a Spanish town, and two men who accidentally blew themselves up in the Russian Ural mountains when posing with a live grenade. The picture was discovered saved to the camera roll on one of the men's phones.

Other selfie related deaths this year in Russia alone include a 21-year-old woman in Moscow who shot herself in the head while pointing a 9mm pistol at her temple, another who reportedly fell from a bridge and a teenager in Ryazan who died when coming into contact with live wires while snapping a portrait near to railway tracks.




They mention that 'hundreds' of injuries led Russian authorities to compile a nation-wide safety campaign to increase selfie awareness.



Mashable put their best accountants on it and found out that our vain exploration to take pictures of ourselves has caused more death than sharks.

They have a helpful chart to accompany the information.



What the hell is happening?



Why can't you people control yourselves?



Keep it together, world.

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Links of the Day: Shark Attacks, Car Births and What You Missed This Weekend



Mondays, am I right?

Sometimes the weekend just flashes past in a haze of good times, good people and little interaction with the outside world.

So let us help you ease into your week with a few of the biggest things that happened while you were enjoying your time away from work.

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This surfer coincidentally captures footage of a Great White Shark swimming only feet away while filming a music video off the coast of California.

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The Silver Anniversary of Shark Week wraps up this weekend, and YouTuber melodysheep honored the Discovery Channel's legendary series in an appropriately modern way.

[mashable]