A 32-year-old photographer was able to capture incredible images of a great white shark charging his shark cage off Neptune Islands in South Australia.
What do mercury, arsenic and lead have in common? If you guessed they’re all heavy metals, you’re right — at least in part. These elements are also found in the blood of great white sharks, according to a recent study.
An Australian fisherman has found a huge severed shark’s head in the ocean, sparking fears there could be massive super shark roaming the waters.