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Sharknado 3 involved endless cameos, a woman giving birth inside a shark and the devouring of Matt Lauer. And that's just the tip (fin?) of the crazily awesome iceberg. Below, we rundown the wildest, wackiest and most ridiculous moments from the third installment of this Syfy franchise. Show More Summary
When Sharknado introduced us to Ian “Fin” Ziering, Tara “Line?” Reid, and their trusty shark rippin’ chainsaws, I loved every dumb second of it. When Sharknado 2: The Second One built upon that momentum, casting everyone from Today Show hosts to Richard Kind to Vivica A. Show More Summary
The Shark’s Fin on India’s Meru Peak is one of the world’s most perilous climbs. Sundance Audience Award-winning documentary Meru is about the three daredevils who became the first to successfully scale it. Renowned climbers Conrad Anker, Jimmy Chin, and Renan Ozturk began their journey in 2008. Show More Summary
Ghana's fishermen are targeting sharks for their fins, which are then exported to Asia.
The actor talks with THR about what it takes to play Fin, his mandate to guest stars on the popular summer classic and more. read more
It’s rare to see more than one or two sharks from the shoreline, but Peter Selsey withnessed this scene of about 50 smooth-hound sharks sticking their fins out of the water as they fed on crabs at the RSPB Medmerry Nature Reserve in England.
Sharks are amazing, scary beasts capable of furiously ripping through flesh and humans caught in the water with them are usually easy victims. Based on the image above showing a shark fin appearing ominously behind a surfer, you might think that the surfer is about to become a quick meal. Show More Summary
A shark fin appeared suddenly near Mick Fanning, a surfer who escaped unharmed, during the J-Bay Open in South Africa, in a frightening encounter shown on live television.
It's a surfer's worst nightmare. There's a swish in the ocean near your board, a flash of dorsal fin, something large brushes by and the water begins to churn like a supersized blender.
'It kept coming at my board and I was kicking and screaming. I just saw fins.'
Mick Fanning said he "felt something grab" and then saw fins during incredible encounter caught on camera during final in South Africa
If you give a shark a GoPro camera, chances are, you'll be impressed by the view. In an ad for the sports cameras, Shark Week cinematographer Andy Casagrande attaches a GoPro to the dorsal fin of a hammerhead shark in the Bahamas, letting...Show More Summary
Andy Casagrande attached a GoPro camera to a Hammerhead shark’s dorsal fin which successfully recorded some remarkable 4K footage as it swam along the ocean floor.
Last month, Governor Greg Abbott signed H.B. 1579 into law, making Texas the 10th state, and the first red state, to prohibit the sale, trade, purchase and transportation of shark fins. The law that grew out of a bill introduced by Rep. Show More Summary
This is a video of some diver who straps a Go-Pro to a hammerhead shark's fin to capture a first person point of view from the shark's back. How do you attach a Go-Pro to the back of a hammerhead shark? VERY CAREFULLY. Just kidding, this guy goes at it with reckless abandon and almost puts his hand in the shark's mouth. Show More Summary
Delivery Agent is shop-enabling Shark Week this year by activating the Twitter ‘Buy Now’ button. By heading to the Shark Week Twitter feed, viewers will be able to shop a daily deal. #SharkWeek Daily Deal: pick up the new Fin Socks and...Show More Summary
The 2015 edition of Discovery’s Shark Week has officially kicked off, and it already appears that some of the controversy that has dogged the event over past few years is sure to remain, as at least one program has seemingly conflated images of several sharks to portray a single, “monstrous” great white. Show More Summary
A surprising number of great white sharks have been spotted recently in Monterey Bay, along with one specimen that is believed to be a staggering 18-feet-long. The sightings began last week, when lifeguards spotted a shark fin slicing through the waves on Tuesday, according to SFGate. Show More Summary