In a scene reminiscent of "Jaws," two sharks were filmed swimming closes to several visibly stunned bathers in Ireland.
Viewers were divided over whether the unsuspecting swimmers should have been warned about the sharks.
Since being tagged in Canadian waters in 2020, the 13-foot-long shark has traveled thousands of miles.
Why are we so scared of the fish? In large part, it's due to their portrayal in history and in pop culture.
"I was able to pet a shark and look at these giant sharks and have the experience of a lifetime," says Shatner of his Shark Week 2021 experience.
The TV event started yesterday and will continue all week until July 18. It features 45 hours of shark programming.
Some sharks tended to appear at the same site at the same time. Others, however, seemed to avoid each other.
The victim's father said he couldn't believe his son's luck that medical staff were on the beach, "as if waiting for him."
"Shark Beach with Chris Hemsworth" gets the annual National Geographic event started with an investigation into shark attacks by Thor himself.
"Fatal shark attacks are rare today and the chances of discovering an archaeological case are incredibly small," explained researcher J. Alyssa White.
Sharks don't want to eat you, said a local surfing instructor, as you're basically "a piece of beef jerky still in the wrapper."
Over the course of 54 days, the sub-adult shark has travelled 1,080 miles from North Carolina to Rhode Island.
A New Yorker snagged an enormous thresher shark last week, emphasizing the role fishermen play in conservation.
"It's my first whole megalodon tooth," said Jacob Danner, who spotted the fossil during an early morning walk.
Officials in Florida said the victim had visible bite wounds to the upper body and chest area.
"It started coming up and I said, 'Oh my God, it's a great white,'" the boat captain Jeff Warford said.
Great whites off the coast of central California have experienced a population increase recently, with the 1994 decision to ban shark fishing seen as a key factor.
The injured dolphin was spotted off the coast of South Carolina.
A number of the animals, characterized by their head shape, appeared to be just feet away from people in the water.
They likely take advantage "of all the new scavenging opportunities from dead animals that were churned up in the storm," study author Neil Hammerschlag says.
The discovery of the abandoned shark's head and innards prompted an investigation by the Department of Conservation in New Zealand.
A brave man determined to save an injured bird braved shark-infested waters in a viral rescue operation.
The boy and his family were vacationing on a South Carolina beach when the huge fossil was uncovered.
The basking shark is the second-largest fish in the ocean, which can grow up to 39 feet long and weigh six tons.
Populations of the apex predator are growing in California waters, a new study has indicated.
The Somniosus pacificus—one of the largest deep-sea sharks in the world—was filmed by marine researchers in Suruga Bay, Japan.
The fossil of an armored shark found on the World Heritage Site of the Jurassic Coast of Dorset, England is of a "news species," scientists named it Durnonovariaodus maiseyi. The extremely rare fossil is about 150 million years old.
A man has filmed a breathtaking video of great whites and dolphins swimming off the Pacific coast.
"This act is illegal on a number of accounts," non-profit organization White Shark Conservation Trust said.