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Sharks attack DIY submarine

Sharks attack DIY submarine

(2:48) A shiver of sharks shoulder up against a homemade sub mistaking it for a snack. Did he really say homemade? Impressive, but not the most beautiful of fish when seen from this close.

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Blong Blong (2605 days ago)
Don't look like these sharks have teeth. 2.28 gives quite a clear view. Maybe this is not shot in open seas, but on some shark reserve where their teeth have been ground down. Just a guess.
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Don't look like these sharks have teeth. 2.28 gives quite a clear view. Maybe this is not shot in open seas, but on some shark reserve where their teeth have been ground down. Just a guess.
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Guest: Your name (2604 days ago)
the shark expert...
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the shark expert...
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Guest: Peter (2606 days ago)
If you're ever attacked by a shark, the best thing to do is to try and mount it: doggy-style. It'll be so embarrassed that it'll run off to the Shark psychologist.
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If you're ever attacked by a shark, the best thing to do is to try and mount it: doggy-style. It'll be so embarrassed that it'll run off to the Shark psychologist.
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Don't sharks bump into things to see if they are worth eating? I thought that being bumped was the first intimation you had that you were about to be attacked. Presumably the sub did not respond like prey, so they did not attack it.
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Don't sharks bump into things to see if they are worth eating? I thought that being bumped was the first intimation you had that you were about to be attacked. Presumably the sub did not respond like prey, so they did not attack it.
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Guest: ComeBackDavid (2000 days ago)
Latest comment: Oh Dear - shouldn't Natural History Commentators have an English accent, and do less whooping and "oh-my-god"ing?
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Latest comment: Oh Dear - shouldn't Natural History Commentators have an English accent, and do less whooping and "oh-my-god"ing?
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Guest: Graham (2605 days ago)
Added sound effects ??? I wouldn't have thought soft tissue hitting glass would sound like a hammer hitting sheet iron. Not exciting enough for prime time maybe.
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Added sound effects ??? I wouldn't have thought soft tissue hitting glass would sound like a hammer hitting sheet iron. Not exciting enough for prime time maybe.
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