Leopard seal tries to feed photographer for four day! Paul Nicklen describes his most amazing experience as a National Geographic photographer - coming face-to-face with one of Antarctica's most vicious predators.
TOP 10 Deadliest Animals, Gee want to go for a swim in Maui, HI? They have an over population of sharks there, and I read lose several tourists to the sharks each year! But it is not widely advertising due to tourism!
stay away from new york, people < as a former new yorker, how dare u
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This picture was taken by South African wildlife photographer Chris Fallows near Seal Island in South Africa. The Great White Shark must be having an off day as he lifted the Seal out of the water on his nose and not his mouth.
The second shark sighting in less than a week off Linda Mar Beach in Pacifica, California, was described as a bloody scene after a shark began eating a seal just feet away from surfers on Sunday. Once the shark's presence became known, 30 to 40 surfers pa
The above image is a very clear example of the prey - predator relationship. The shark is the predator and the seal is the prey.
Been reading The Way of the SEAL and reconnecting with the tougher side of personal transformation. Push yourself. Get uncomfortable. Be ok with adversity. We are not at our best when we're cosy and safe. Dare to live life as an adventure! #quote #sealfit #comfort #espresso #change #adventure #courage #focus #determination #breakthrough #success #advice #coaching #lifecoach #lifecoaching #brighton #deepcoaching #12principles
A great white shark launches itself clear out of the water to snatch a snack - a helpless seal. The dramatic shots of several sharks breaching at Seal Island, off the coast of Cape Town, South Africa, were captured by wildlife photographer Chris McLennan