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(Christian Science Monitor)   We're gonna need a bigger sharkcam   (csmonitor.com) divider line 16
    More: Cool, great white sharks, autonomous underwater vehicles, autonomous vehicle, sea turtles, submarines, Discovery Channel, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, environmental monitoring  
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2014-08-07 03:19:31 PM
They should make it out of that nylabone material.
 
2014-08-07 05:57:02 PM
Then need to send it out after that totally not extinct megaladon from last year's Shark Week, which in no way completely destroyed any shred of credibility that the Discovery Channel ever had.

When they're done, they can deploy it to find mermaids.
 
2014-08-07 06:15:58 PM
That one shot where the shark appeared out of total darkness with that "Yup, I'm gonna fark shiat up" dash to the camera was frightening..
 
2014-08-07 06:31:12 PM
Who's paying the sharks dental bill?
 
2014-08-07 07:05:40 PM
That's a lot of broken teeth. Do sharks cry over broken teeth?
 
2014-08-07 07:13:46 PM

nyseattitude: Who's paying the sharks dental bill?


The taxpayer, of course. Those lazy Mexican sharks sure as hell aren't going to get any insurance on their own, they're too busy stealing American sharks' jobs.
 
2014-08-07 07:16:04 PM
Like they said that's a really good look at how a shark goes after a seal. They implied that no one has gotten quite that close a look at how it happens before.
 
2014-08-07 07:47:15 PM
I'm pretty sure that's just a great white playing nice.  It was just checking out the camera, probably due to the electrical current and movement.  It's eyes didn't "roll over white" and it didn't thrash back and forth once it got a bite.
Basically, that's a shark's way of saying "hi, what's up?"
 
2014-08-07 08:03:54 PM

OneFretAway: Then need to send it out after that totally not extinct megaladon from last year's Shark Week, which in no way completely destroyed any shred of credibility that the Discovery Channel ever had.

When they're done, they can deploy it to find mermaids.


I don't think I remember the last time the discovery channel had credibility
 
2014-08-07 08:11:40 PM
"Suck my diiiiiick, I'm a ...oh nevermind. You're inedible."
 
2014-08-07 09:07:01 PM

Fark like a Barsoomian: Like they said that's a really good look at how a shark goes after a seal. They implied that no one has gotten quite that close a look at how it happens before.


Well, they have.  They just haven't been around to talk about it later.
 
2014-08-07 10:05:48 PM
And I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and furious anger those who attempt to photo and record my brothers...
 
2014-08-07 11:02:58 PM

Intelligent_Donkey: I don't think I remember the last time the discovery channel had credibility


Truth be told, neither do I.
 
2014-08-07 11:30:50 PM
And for a moment, the first attacking shark has a "What the..?" look in its eye as it clamps onto the REMUS...
 
2014-08-08 12:34:08 AM
Martin: You heard him, slow ahead! -- Slow ahead! I can go slow ahead! C'mon down and chum some of this shiat! -- You're gonna need a bigger boat.
 
2014-08-08 02:12:51 PM
Man... great white, LOOK mean...  He's just swimming around, and he looks pissed off.

Usually, animals look a certain way to help them survive.... like wimpy animals will have scary designs to ward off predators...  A shark need not scare off anything. He's top of the food chain.  So not only does he get to look scary... he IS scary.
 
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