A "four-legged fossil fish" predating dinosaurs has been recently rediscovered by groups hunting sharks with deep-sea nets.
A man spent nine hours reeling in a massive 876-pound bluefin tuna fish that smashed local fishing records.
The shark, which had been captured and tagged by marine researchers earlier that day, seems to have been in the mood for revenge.
Crocodiles have "very powerful tails" that enable the animals to push themselves out of the water, said expert Adam Britton.
A man reeled in a catch while fishing on a golf course, which was hotly pursued by an alligator which stole it off the hook.
The coins said "Hortus Bonaticus 1682 - 1982 Amsterdam" and are said to be part of a commemorative collection from Amsterdam's botanical garden
The death of the animal is the latest case in what officials have called an "Unusual Mortality Event" that has been ongoing among North Atlantic right whales since 2017.
Brian Ahrens from the town of Humpty Doo had to fight off the predator to catch a barramundi.
Australian man escapes 13 foot great white shark while fishing off beach, the counter was captured by drone
The crocodile bit onto the fisherman's lure and refused to let go.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has launched an investigation into the deaths, believed to be caused by proliferative kidney disease.
The clip shows the man riding on the back of a whale shark, which is an endangered species.
"When you see the state of her body, you know she is going to die," said Arnaud Gauffier from WWF France
Michael Lemire filmed the shark while out fishing with his family and later confirmed that it was a great white shark with the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy.
The government has called for review of shark conservation following concerns fishing may have led to a drop in shark numbers.
This is the second killing of a Ganges river dolphin since the country's coronavirus lockdown started in March.
The birds were put to work patrolling the seas as part of a six-month academic study that proved successful in detecting fishing boats with their Automatic Identification System switched off.
"Gear retention—when marine animals escape from fishing gear with parts of the gear stuck on their bodies—has been recognized as a potential problem for some time," researcher Carl Meyer said.
"He used to say his gills were drying up whenever he was away from the water for too long. We take small comfort in knowing that he will never have to feel that again," relatives wrote.
The man who the remains are thought to belong to had been missing since June.
The crew were losing hope they would see Atlantic bluefin tuna when they caught the monster fish.
"Obviously it was the most intense moment of my life," fishing guide Rob Gorta said.
Jamie Bisceglia said she thought the photo op might win her a prize at a fishing derby Friday in Tacoma, news station KIRO reported.
Blacktip sharks can grow up to eight feet long and nearly 300 pounds in weight.
A fellow passenger captured the incredible moment the shark leaped at their boat.
Roger Marcelino, a fisherman in the Philippines, suffocated after accidentally swallowing a live tilapia.
"I have a 9 mm and if I want, I will put a bullet in each of your heads," the captain told his passengers.