10 Facts About Great White Sharks

Remarkably little is known about great white sharks, but they are similar to humans in a lot of ways - they give birth to live young, maintain a higher body temperature than their surroundings and they are apex predators. There are also many misconceptions about these sharks: people think they don't get cancer and that they reside mainly in shallow waters near beaches. In this video I summarize some of the most interesting things I learned about sharks on my cage diving adventure. Special thanks to Rodney Fox Shark Expeditions for making this trip possible: http://bit.ly/rodneyfox Thanks also to Tourism South Australia for facilitating the trip: http://bit.ly/1aq9MgV Chris Cassella or C² as he is known after this trip was a shark spotter extraordinaire. He also took some of the best shark footage in this video. It was his idea to go on this expedition, which was definitely a once in a lifetime experience, so I am in his debt. Chris, I look forward to going on more great adventures with you. Check out Chris's facebook page ScienceAlert http://on.fb.me/18nhyLp

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Remarkably little is known about great white sharks, but they are similar to humans in a lot of ways - they give birth to live young, maintain a higher body temperature than their surroundings and they are apex predators. There are also many misconceptions about these sharks: people think they don't get cancer and that they reside mainly in shallow waters near beaches. In this video I summarize some of the most interesting things I learned about sharks on my cage diving adventure. Special thanks to Rodney Fox Shark Expeditions for making this trip possible: http://bit.ly/rodneyfox Thanks also to Tourism South Australia for facilitating the trip: http://bit.ly/1aq9MgV Chris Cassella or C² as he is known after this trip was a shark spotter extraordinaire. He also took some of the best shark footage in this video. It was his idea to go on this expedition, which was definitely a once in a lifetime experience, so I am in his debt. Chris, I look forward to going on more great adventures with you. Check out Chris's facebook page ScienceAlert http://on.fb.me/18nhyLp

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BENNY MELENDEZ
BENNY MELENDEZ - 2 years ago
I like it
The Ethicist Philosophy Show
The Ethicist Philosophy Show - 2 years ago
The first fact to know is that it's real name is Mediocre Caucasian Shark thank you very much LOL

JK!
venkat beeram
venkat beeram - 2 years ago
I SUBSCRIBED
Roy Hartman
Roy Hartman - 2 years ago
I fear sharks above all else my one and only fear its my mortal fear and if u say sharks only go in deep water then explain the attacks basicly flooding in all over the world claiming to be by them?
Deniz Metin
Deniz Metin - 2 years ago
I thought they grow up to around 7 meters. And I believe there was a sighting of an 11 meter great white? not sure
nina elkerman
nina elkerman - 2 years ago
awsome facts!!
joseph jackson
joseph jackson - 2 years ago
Sharks are so awesome
Tiger Boss11
Tiger Boss11 - 3 years ago
But great white sharks are costal animals not by a beach but they like big drop offs so the water is deep but by rocky legals that seals are on
TheRavenMocker
TheRavenMocker - 3 years ago
Why does cancer has to be the worst predator of all time

10. comment for 10 Facts About Great White Sharks

Nightmare Gaming
Nightmare Gaming - 3 years ago
Hi Lorenzo
Nightmare Gaming
Nightmare Gaming - 3 years ago
I will hunt you LOL
Nightmare Gaming
Nightmare Gaming - 3 years ago
Yo Lorenzo
its awsome bruh
its awsome bruh - 3 years ago
Cool
Anthola- G
Anthola- G - 3 years ago
Mosasaur made sharks become pussies
Eric Williams
Eric Williams - 3 years ago
do sharks sleep
xxxnolove
xxxnolove - 3 years ago
Metric system is for weeeeeenies
Levi Setiu
Levi Setiu - 3 years ago
Boss man
Dave54600
Dave54600 - 3 years ago
I recall a factual documentary on the whole cancer/shark thing. It wasn't really about sharks not getting cancer, it was about not getting bone cancer....because they have no bones. So shark cartilage was the big mystery, why doesn't this stuff get attacked by cancer? I believe the Chinese have been eating shark-fin soup for longer than we've known about cancer so that point is moot. Shark cartilage was then harvested and crushed into powder that people thought would stop them getting cancer. As for big tumours, if you're just looking at this tumour on film and assuming cancer this is incorrect, the tumour might not be cancerous. This documentary was in the early 90's and then they stated that nobody knows how long sharks live for. I came here to see if that were still the case because I know they have been tracked so what gives? Do we know how long they live yet or what?
Destin-Marcus Hamilton
Destin-Marcus Hamilton - 3 years ago
i subscribed and rung the bell and liked
TheFNProductionz
TheFNProductionz - 3 years ago
I applaud this channel for using metric system rather than imperial
Tina Bustamante
Tina Bustamante - 3 years ago
I like this becouse it tells the truth and i used it for my essay

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jenn6820 jenn6820
jenn6820 jenn6820 - 3 years ago
cool #at school
Solo Rider
Solo Rider - 3 years ago
I hope shark population will restore.
Kaden 16
Kaden 16 - 3 years ago
i needed this video for school work
At Nine
At Nine - 3 years ago
2:12 is that a squid?
Mike Waldo
Mike Waldo - 3 years ago
"so we can help the shark become the predator it once was. . ." step into veritasiums dojo mr. shark. . .stop trying to bite me, and bite me!
Maboy Vanturee
Maboy Vanturee - 3 years ago
0:33 this scared the hell out of me
Kraken Gamestudio
Kraken Gamestudio - 4 years ago
V Same
Jamie Quirke
Jamie Quirke - 4 years ago
The strings on your jumper were annoying me so much during this video :P
toxic cake 98
toxic cake 98 - 4 years ago
awesome video I love sharks and I know a lot about sharks
cee valdes
cee valdes - 4 years ago
this gguy is smart

30. comment for 10 Facts About Great White Sharks

unimatrix 001
unimatrix 001 - 4 years ago
I heard that sharks eat themselves when it's night time.
Mrs. Pyrogenic
Mrs. Pyrogenic - 4 years ago
It's such an amazing creature that is so beautiful. Sharks will live forever, even when every animal dies. It will come back... It always does.
No Trial
No Trial - 4 years ago
do sharks or any sea creature sleep?
1503nemanja
1503nemanja - 4 years ago
They do have a sleep-like state, not quite sleep but a "low activity resting mode" kind of thing. They do keep swimming through it however.
Liam Castillo
Liam Castillo - 4 years ago
Actually its a protective eyelid that goes over its eye to protect it its eyes doesn't roll back into its head
Bass Booster SILVER
Bass Booster SILVER - 4 years ago
dude I think or talking about crocodiles cause crocs have those protective lids,but sharks don't. They simply roll their eyeballs into their skull to protect from preys like otters and seals because their claws can make the shark blind forever
Anthony Reyes
Anthony Reyes - 4 years ago
I love this now I can finish my project
TheOldManEric
TheOldManEric - 4 years ago
Some interesting facts there. We have a few bronze whalers around Ulladulla, I see them from time to time while I am diving and am fairly ok with them.... A great white would probably see me levitating out of the water.
Manny Ozorio
Manny Ozorio - 4 years ago
Lets continue the GW shark predator fame, by throwing you in the water ! sweet..!
Andrew Okowi
Andrew Okowi - 4 years ago
stupid pepole eat sharks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!):
desert1701
desert1701 - 4 years ago
Hey Veritasium.
I found your channel today after it was recommended today by several friends of mine. I binged watched your "new here try these vids" up until here and I love how you communicate science. However I would consider this video a black spot on your vest. Why? Because you're with a shark tour, in (what appears to me) relative proximity to the coast. Where you say sharks don't live. Where they shouldn't live. Where People live and bathe. And you're on a Shark/Tourism trip, where Sharks get fed. While in Proximity to People. To ships. To swimmers/Divers (even if in a cage). I haven't seen one yet, but I'm pretty sure you've got a vid about Pavlov?
Australia is infamous with shark fans about shark attacks, shark hunts and shark feeding, and all of this ties together for some part.
For those uninformed: Feeding sharks attracts more sharks. It teaches them that People=Food (not are, but get associated with). So they will search out people. They will stay closer to the coast. This is a problem. And with this video, you are further propagating this behaviour and also maybe spreading the will to do something similar with other people. For a channel of this format and a person of your intelligence, I am deeply disappointed by this.
Rrestoring faith
Rrestoring faith - 4 years ago
It's craaaaazy
desert1701
desert1701 - 4 years ago
:D an internet discussion that ended in a consensus... this is a weird day xD
Rrestoring faith
Rrestoring faith - 4 years ago
+desert1701
True, fair enough. :/
desert1701
desert1701 - 4 years ago
+Rrestoring faith i'm not talking about facts, i'm talking about public perception. and sharks are still percepted as killer machines that feast on human flesh.
Rrestoring faith
Rrestoring faith - 4 years ago
+desert1701 "According to AIMS (Australian Institute of Marine Science), there are around 10 deaths per year attributable to sharks worldwide."

yes...huuuuge problem..
Taxtro
Taxtro - 4 years ago
I disagree. We should help octopuses become more successful instead of sharks.
Logan Kennedy
Logan Kennedy - 4 years ago
Glad to see it Hk, belligerent stormy What do you think3.. !!!
Jason M
Jason M - 4 years ago
i almost skipped over this video because the tittle, the "# $things about $things" titles usually indicates a crap click bait channel.
Raghav Sundar
Raghav Sundar - 4 years ago
Well, good "thing" you didn't eh?
33shin33
33shin33 - 4 years ago
this is a surprisingly good channel!
Angie Kalas-Caldwell
Angie Kalas-Caldwell - 4 years ago
the unevenness of the sweater strings is in no way okay
Mr.KnowItAll
Mr.KnowItAll - 4 years ago
A newly discovered shark, called the "ninja lanternshark," has a jet-black body and a head that can glow.
Bordon
Bordon - 4 years ago
just googled it. its so cool
Bordon
Bordon - 4 years ago
no way
pckelkins
pckelkins - 4 years ago
Good job sharkies
Jason Bretz
Jason Bretz - 4 years ago
They found a 7 metre white shark the other day in Australia
TheVelociraptor !
TheVelociraptor ! - 2 years ago
Shon Curfman dude he's Australian!
Jordan Howard
Jordan Howard - 4 years ago
+CrackaCarpinda . . . at least he didn't say it like a cunt.
CrackaCarpinda
CrackaCarpinda - 4 years ago
+Jordan Howard You mean like how the first reply was being a big ol' cunt with correcting the OP? Sure.
MYTHIC901
MYTHIC901 - 4 years ago
its not but i was explaining language diffrences
Jordan Howard
Jordan Howard - 4 years ago
+MYTHIC901 . . . Is that any Real reason or justification for him to be a cunt to someone . . ?
MYTHIC901
MYTHIC901 - 4 years ago
+Jordan Howard American English and Australian English have different spelling eg. USA = mom Aus = mum
Jordan Howard
Jordan Howard - 4 years ago
+CrackaCarpinda What . . ?
CrackaCarpinda
CrackaCarpinda - 4 years ago
+Shon Curfman Get out of here America.
Shon Curfman
Shon Curfman - 4 years ago
+Jason Bretz its meter
alex obukh
alex obukh - 4 years ago
Its called the average Caucasian shark, so it offend anyone
Dillon
Dillon "D-Magic" - 4 years ago
Yes!
Kiing
Kiing - 4 years ago
Nice video ever Veriasium
4K Bahrami
4K Bahrami - 4 years ago
thanks
nikhil srinivasan
nikhil srinivasan - 4 years ago
Why on earth would someone want more sharks in the sea it's a danger to ever living creature in sea
number1zoog
number1zoog - 4 years ago
+nikhil srinivasan What kind of question is that. No sharks means way too many seals and fish which in turn means no small fish which the seals eat which in turn means that the seals and fish die off and so. Pretty much no sharks means no everything. Everything would die if there were no sharks in the sea.


Also sharks pose practically no danger to humans. Each year, only an average of one person dies from a shark attack in the US. In contrast, nearly 24,000 people are killed each year world wide by lightning.
Yusef472
Yusef472 - 4 years ago
Sharks are a vital part of the ecosystem. A better question to ask is what animal would want a human anywhere near the sea?

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The Tiger Shark
The Tiger Shark - 4 years ago
oh my gosh I love sharks
Dark Sickness
Dark Sickness - 4 years ago
have you tried the shark fin soup yet? O.o
The Tiger Shark
The Tiger Shark - 4 years ago
+1503nemanja I'm 11... Leave me alone
1503nemanja
1503nemanja - 4 years ago
If you like all sharks then you like some male sharks, this makes you a bi shark, and a fag shark.

Ha, fag!
PsyMongazoid
PsyMongazoid - 4 years ago
+Juliana Rosado Well, yes, they are lovely.
The Tiger Shark
The Tiger Shark - 4 years ago
+Ganz Montejo Lol never tried it and never will ::>_<::
Dark Sickness
Dark Sickness - 4 years ago
+Juliana Rosado yeah me too.. the shark fin soup is really delicious! :D
Angga Kadek
Angga Kadek - 4 years ago
good
Angga Kadek
Angga Kadek - 4 years ago
Hebat
IvaNiftyChannel
IvaNiftyChannel - 4 years ago
My grandma used to say; it takes a great white shark to know a great white shark.
She doesn't anymore, now she's taking her meds.
Julio Martinez
Julio Martinez - 2 years ago
IvaNiftyChannel yaya
oldcowbb
oldcowbb - 4 years ago
misconception: people drink/eat shark fin soup have nothing to do with anti cancer
dayna Rodgers
dayna Rodgers - 5 years ago
Sharks are EPIC
Long street
Long street - 5 years ago
The 11th fact:  power-heads turn them into GOOD sharks!
Simon M.
Simon M. - 5 years ago
3:03 -it's kind of "sharking" hehe
Testa
Testa - 5 years ago
Number 11: Sharks kill 6 humans a year. Humans kill 100 million sharks a year.
Kevin Chiem
Kevin Chiem - 3 years ago
+Mike Waldo Isn't that a different ecosystem? Please, forgive me if I;m incorrect, but that's like saying the POTUS isn't the highest person because ruler of NK have more power.
Mike Waldo
Mike Waldo - 3 years ago
+Udayverr Singh, there are a lot of assumptions in what you said. As a thought experiment let me suggest that this one statement sharks are the top predator, is totally false because a sperm whale kills way more animals than a teeny tiny shark by comparison, and what natural predator does a sperm whale have to worry about? I might say that in a certain light whales are above sharks. Regardless if you assume that a neo-darwinistic evolution is true, then how can you say that from such a perspective removing any species from the equation would be "bad" or "good", wouldn't the rest of the species adjust accordingly, as they are all fighting for their own survival? That seems to be the underlying principle of the whole schema in the first place. Isn't this why some say that it would be better for the rest of the planet if WE (who are the real top) were removed from the equation?

So I'm not sure if such a statement that you made earlier is logically coherent or even consistent with such a philosophical framework. (but that doesn't mean that I am saying we should kill all the sharks cause we can- I am not. It's just a thought experiment)
Exedra
Exedra - 3 years ago
Sharks were the original predator of the ocean and forced the ocean-dwelling creatures to evolve. Sharks play a crucial role in maintaining the balance of the ocean ecosystem. It is said that sharks have not changed for 2 million years which indicates that not only were they the top predator, but allowed for biodiversity to occur (through the adaptations the other creatures had to make) in the ocean. Removing the top predator of the world's largest habitat will have unspeakable effects.
Mike Waldo
Mike Waldo - 3 years ago
OK OK we are definitely winning, no need to rub their sensitive noses in it
Sirprice
Sirprice - 4 years ago
Wait what? 100 million? I thought maybe like 100 thousand but 100 MILLION? Damn, that is even more fucked up than I thought. And the fact that they're only out for their fins makes it even worse. Why not use the whole body if you're going to kill something? Use as much as you can, otherwise it's such a waste...
Taxtro
Taxtro - 4 years ago
+mintgumdropz1
Wow.
Whenever I think I've seen the stupidest youtube comment, a new contender arises.
If you think you don't "deserve" to live then feel free to kill yourself.
number1zoog
number1zoog - 4 years ago
+mintgumdropz1 I know and I agree. I wasn&#39;t replying to the original comment but rather to a guy who had responded to my first comment saying that there are not 100 million sharks in the world because if there were then they would wipe out all the fish. He must have deleted his comment since its not there any more.
mintgumdropz1
mintgumdropz1 - 4 years ago
+number1zoog Maybe so, but they deserve to live,too. humans, not so much. The planet is waaay over-crowded. There is no reason for humansd to kill sharks. Finning is cruel, and it just goes to show how ignorant,base and their foolish superstitions have killed a majestic animal. And they are cruel they are for doing so to an animal that deserves to live in peace.
number1zoog
number1zoog - 4 years ago
+number1zoog Think about it. There are roughly 7 billion humans in the world which is 70 times the number of sharks killed each year. In addition, humans live entirely on land which makes up only 30% of the worlds surface so theoretically sharks have over 2 times the amount of space to live as humans. In addition, sharks are for the most part smaller than humans and since the ocean is deep and sharks can live at all different depths, then there is even more space for sharks. So 100 million really isn't that much.


Also thats the number that google gives when you search "How many sharks do humans kill each year?"
number1zoog
number1zoog - 4 years ago
+Grind Master Nope, its actually accurate. Not great whites in particular, just sharks in general.
Grind Master
Grind Master - 4 years ago
+Razorswiftz The shark number is way way off.
mintgumdropz1
mintgumdropz1 - 5 years ago
+Razorswiftz And that needs to change. :( I feel bad for them. Stupid people, especially the Asians that use them for finning. Stupid people. :(
Greengueko
Greengueko - 5 years ago
This video is excellent !
ѕρσиgєвσвυ
ѕρσиgєвσвυ - 5 years ago
Is it Weird I find Great White sharks cute?
scuss Katz
scuss Katz - 5 years ago
misunderstood animals, i hate seeing everyone thinking it is a cruel and sadic animal when it only bites people by error
Taxtro
Taxtro - 4 years ago
+WinDowGaming
Well you don't swim with the sharks in an aquarium.
The sharks could be as malevolent as it gets, they simply have no way of hurting any humans.
Mr. Rodnrickens
Mr. Rodnrickens - 4 years ago
I have heard that more people are hurt by falling on toilets than sharks at an aquarium
Exedra
Exedra - 4 years ago
An extra point. People die more to elephants than to sharks (proven statistic). I don't see why people go to such extremities saying sharks will kill you at sight as shown it the movie Sharkwater where the most horrible of things that happen to sharks were shown
scuss Katz
scuss Katz - 4 years ago
+Ad van Tuil I agree
scuss Katz
scuss Katz - 4 years ago
+Taxtro k. bro, i like trees
jay dean
jay dean - 4 years ago
+WinDowGaming I watched something that said sharks actually do like the taste of people. That they eat anything. They are like a garbage disposal. I don't know if that guy in this comment thread is actually a diver just because he says he is because I don't know him but I know actual sailors and deep sea divers and a master diver and I'll take their word over people I don't know in the youtube comments section and keep my ass out of the ocean because sharks do eat people and dolphins rape lol. I'm told els are very nice though. Like dogs. Still want nothing to do with them though lol.
Mr. Rodnrickens
Mr. Rodnrickens - 4 years ago
+FRENCHshark diver (Sharks-and-scuba) actually great white sharks don't mistake humans for seals hence they have a completely different technique for attacking humans then seals, so it isn't by error and they aren't cruel and sadistic it is just instinct
scuss Katz
scuss Katz - 4 years ago
+sirus804 well said my friend
sirus804
sirus804 - 4 years ago
+How To Make Sushi It isn't trying to eat you. If they tried to eat you they would lunge at you and bite down full force to take a bite. They aren't trying to take a bite. They are curious. "What the hell is this weird thing?" They don't have hands. So what do they do? They nibble on it. Thousands of razor sharp teeth means a pretty gruesome nibble. But they don't bite all the way through. They could if they wanted. Look at most surfer shark bite scars. They are scars of just the teeth marks that penetrated their skin. If the shark was intending to take a full bite, there wouldn't be anything inside of those shark teeth bites.
How To Make Sushi
How To Make Sushi - 5 years ago
make no mistake it's trying to eat you when it mistakenly bites you, what it's doing is tasting you... luckily we taste like crap to a shark so then it moves on... but every shark will have to figure that out by taking a bite once in its life.
+FRENCHshark diver
ِAl Muddather Al-Sharji
ِAl Muddather Al-Sharji - 5 years ago
"We don't know where they go or what they do for their entire lives"

My creepometer is EXPLODING!!!
Raghav Sundar
Raghav Sundar - 4 years ago
Gee, we've never bothered to track them?
PixelV2
PixelV2 - 5 years ago
Harrison Brown
Harrison Brown - 5 years ago
When he said "It's kind of shocking", I really wanted him to say "It's kind of SHARKing"
Kiki Huang
Kiki Huang - 5 years ago
Doctor Muller, why do you have creepy dark circles beneath your eyes in the last shot?
Rambut
Rambut - 5 years ago
In addition to Veritasium's point on why sharks shouldn't be hunted so much; sharks are keystone species of many marine ecosystems because they prevent competitive exclusion between their prey species, who fight over the same resources until one is or nearly is extinct, by keeping them in check. Essentially, by preventing competitive exclusion, sharks stimulate more balance of food chain energy transfers through allowing greater diversity. In other words, if people didn't overhunt sharks, sharks would be allowed to regulate the populations of all the other lower trophic level species of the food chain better. No one can replace shark biological roles better than sharks because they're immersed their entire lives. Nature controls homeostasis, not the money-driven overhunting fisheries' maximal sustainable yield mumbo jumbo. And by maintaining marine ecosystems' diversity, we'd also allow the biological magnification of toxins, like mercury, to taper at a steadier rate rather than a slow rate with less diversity. There's no downside to limiting the act of overhunting.
gbyzh
gbyzh - 5 years ago
Shark's fins soup is not eaten for anti-cancer properties.
DeadVox Nightcore
DeadVox Nightcore - 6 years ago
i swam with a shark 1 time :D
The Artificer
The Artificer - 6 years ago
I love sharks. They're so AWESOME!!!
Reed Kay
Reed Kay - 6 years ago
Hi I just found your channel a few dayz ago, and just wanted you to know I really enjoy it.  Please keep up the good work.  Carrie on...  ;O)
TehPwnerer
TehPwnerer - 6 years ago
Live birthed eh? So there are species that are dead birthed? WTF?
Kitsune Gaming
Kitsune Gaming - 6 years ago
'Live birthed' means born without an egg. So humans are live birthed, where as a bird is not
Matt Waddell
Matt Waddell - 6 years ago
You could easily do another top 10 about Great Whites
TheAbirato
TheAbirato - 6 years ago
hmmm. youre eyes seems to be tired ;)
Fraz
Fraz - 6 years ago
Great video and facts!
2BoysWithTimeToLost
2BoysWithTimeToLost - 6 years ago
"Where do the sharks go, when the pond freezes over in winter ?"
- Derek Caulfield
Gareth Orr
Gareth Orr - 6 years ago
How do Sharks see underwater if they don't wear goggles?
Javon Younger
Javon Younger - 5 years ago
+Doogle Hill as long as it is about sharks
Doogle Hill
Doogle Hill - 5 years ago
Wow, an actual comment section where if someone asks a question out of curiosity they aren't immediately called stupid or retarded, and are given an actual answer as a response. I like this place, I think I'll start coming here for discussions.
Félix Bachiller
Félix Bachiller - 5 years ago
The reason why humans see badly under water is that the eye is prepared to see well in the air, and water, having a density almost equal to the liquid inside the eye light is diverts in a different way and the image is projected more back, resulting in hyperopia. The eyes of sharks are ready to see under the water, so it can see perfectly.
Javon Younger
Javon Younger - 6 years ago
+Daniel Miller for a lot of people it is well at least for a lot of people i know
Daniel Miller
Daniel Miller - 6 years ago
It's not hard to see underwater.
Gareth Orr
Gareth Orr - 6 years ago
Oh okay I just thought that they saw everything blurry like humans do when they are under water
Javon Younger
Javon Younger - 6 years ago
they have clear lids over their eyes
buttman20
buttman20 - 6 years ago
The white doppelganger of Grant Imahara 
SeabasR
SeabasR - 6 years ago
another fun fact: Great white sharks are not apex predators 
SeabasR
SeabasR - 6 years ago
Because Orca
Cybersuchus
Cybersuchus - 6 years ago
Where is the "10x amount of food as other sharks" statistic come from? The only data I have been able to scrounge up for white pointer metabolism is Carey et al. 1982. Their analysis was extremely sloppy and, as the authors admit, was likely to overestimate the metabolism of their target shark (an estimated 934 kg, 4.57 meter individual). Their results indicated that even 30 kg of blubber (say from a good sized seal) would have been enough to sustain the animal for 1.5 months. In fact the authors lauded the shark's abilities to keep a body above ambient without wasting energy like a mammal and bird does. Reference: Carey, F.G., Kanwisher, J.W., Brazier, O., Gabrielson, G., Casey, J.G., Pratt Jr., H.L. 1982. Temperature and Activities of a White Shark, Carcharodon carcharias. Copeia. No. 2. 254–260.
Imperial Fistin
Imperial Fistin - 6 years ago
Wow, I never knew their eyes rolled back into their head when they open their jaws. That's insane.
O YA, HAPPY SHARK WEEK EVREBODEH!!!!!!!!!!!!1!!!
Kick Flix
Kick Flix - 6 years ago
Well, now we found a shark around 12 meters
Laughing Man
Laughing Man - 6 years ago
Shark-cage diving just lures sharks ever closer to the coast and human activity, resulting in more shark attacks and consequently more irrational fear towards sharks and their eventual extinction.

Please don't support shark tourism :(
jody whiteley
jody whiteley - 6 years ago
420 an element of truth
野口尚希
野口尚希 - 6 years ago
シャークネイド
Booze and Nosebleeds
Booze and Nosebleeds - 6 years ago
Wow this footage is great! Such clear picture
carriyo
carriyo - 6 years ago
I just realized I have never asked this question: What heats or maintains our blood warm?
In this video you mentioned how the heat of the muscles in the shark transfers to the internal organs. But I want to know more about it in general.
Luca Gruber
Luca Gruber - 5 years ago
As i learned in school the liver is a very important part to heat our body. I don't know how its heated but it playes a huge role.
Cameron Chow
Cameron Chow - 5 years ago
+RustyDust101 alright, did you expect me to read that? but I`m gonna have to give you a 0/10 because of lack of sourcing
RustyDust101
RustyDust101 - 5 years ago
+Cam Chow  +carriyo 
Many if not most chemical reactions are exothermal, ie they give off heat to the environment around the reaction.
This also applies to the biological (organic chemical) reaction when ATP is changed to ADP. This is the main energy source in our cells, thus ultimately for most of our bodies.
This comes from the digested food, yes. But that's like saying a tree's leaves comes from the seed planted.

Although we require (comparatively) huge amounts of energy to keep our bodies going we can't apply it all at once.
That would simply kill our bodies.
Rather we need a tiny amount of applicable chemical energy in each and every bodily function in our cells. And thats where (mostly) the ATP-> ADP reaction cycle comes in.
Although many steps in that cycle actually require energy input to be performed that energy input is powered by the energy from previous steps.

Plus always a tiny (or even a substantial) lost amount of heat.
Which again powers the reaction speed of further steps.
A basic chemical premise is: the greater the heat the quicker the reaction speed.

All of this adds up to heat being lost to the environment, in this case not really 'lost' but used to heat up a body that would otherwise be too cold.
That's where the difference between warm-bodied and warm-blooded creatures comes in which Derek hinted at in the video.

The problem with biological systems is that we are made up of more than mere chemical reactions. Our bodies are in a fragile balance of keeping the heat up for greater efficiency in chemical reactions vs. the problems of keeping our proteins from denaturating from overheating.
Proteins are three-dimensionanlly folded molecules that most often can only fulfil their function correctly if they retain their three-dimensional structure and folding (laymen's terms here).
Once this folding unravels due to too much heat the protein stops working even if on a purely chemical basis it still remains the same molecule. But structurally it is something different and it thus fails to do its job in the body.

Warm-bodied creatures use active muscle control to heat their muscle groups which then transfers heat via conduction along the blood path to other areas of the body.
But this is not regulated by a sophisticated control system such as in warm-blooded creatures (btw: not really the scientific term). Once it reaches outer areas of the body exposed to the environment it tends to loose heat quickly. Heat distribution also occurs in a gradient from hot in muscle groups to significantly colder in the outer tissue layers.

That's also the reason why most such creatures can only sustain short bursts of high activity because their blood and temperature regulation systems are not able to cope with the heat build up in their muscles (ie a loooot of protein in muscles).
If the activity goes too high the heat from the muscle activity could damage the proteins. To prevent that evolution makes high activity only short-lived.

Warm-blooded creatures on the other hand try to regulate the body temperature within the body as equaly as possible - as long as this does not endanger the survival of the ultimate organs: heart, lungs, and brain. Once these are secured the regulatory system "goes down the list" of other less valuable organs until it achieves total heat distribution.

A fatty layer of tissue helps insulate against cold, and sweat glands help keep us cool in high heat. That's why fat people (like me, hehe) rarely feel cold, and skinny people tend towards feeling cold a lot more often. But that also means fat people sweat a lot more in our regulated homes or during hot weather than skinny people.

In hot weather people tend to get flushed because the body opens the upper tissue layers for the blood to get closer to the surface where the sweat glands are. Sweat evaporating is surprisingly effective at cooling us off. But obviously not as effective as jumping into cold water (water being a temperature conductor that is 25 times more effective than air, even with sweat evaporating on our skins).

In cases where the surrounding temperature is lower than our body temperature the body tries to preserve heat by limiting blood flow to upper tissue layers. That's the reason why first our skin feels colder, then our toes and fingers start to cramp when the body 'decides' they are loosing too much heat and restricts blood flow to them.

In cases of (for example) extreme hypothermia the circulatory blood system actually shuts off blood flow to extremities to conserve heat for the three major life-supporting organs, thus maybe extending the survival of the individual but at the cost of loosing extremities (fingers/toes first, then hands/feet, at last arms/legs). This could result in the loss even of other organs not necessary for the immediate survival of the individual.

Our regulatory system seems to have something similar to a list of triage organs which it would rather loose before others.
Not that this is a conscious decission, rather it evolved that way.
The last organ to loose a stable temperature in humans usually is the brain.

That's a reason why the human brain rarely gets warmer than 36.5° or 37° C. Even during high fevers or a heat wave. The body throws EVERYTHING in it's arsenal at the brain being kept from overheating or loosing too much heat. Our brain tissue is VERY sensitive to heat changes. Thus the body reactions include shutting down muscle activity (which generates more heat) to prevent brain tissue damage.

The major cause of heat stroke: a failure of the body to cool the brain to a lower temperature than ambient (if it's above our body temperature). Thus the unconsious controls knocks out the conscious stupdity, er, uhm, intelligence (that is: our self-awareness) that keeps pushing the body toward more activity when it already is overheating.

For an interesting side note on this...
Please check out the localised effects of older mobile phones actually heating the brain tissue where they were held close to the head. In many cases it was found that such older mobile devices held close to the head increased the localized tissue temperature by 1° to 1.5° C above the remaining tissue.

This seemed good news to the phone companies.
What negative effects could a mere 1° to 1.5°C have on the brain, right?
So the phone companies were all in the green, right?

Well, no.
Such an increase in brain tissue temperature usually occurs only during an extremely high fever in adults (ie a fever of 40.7° C or above) or a rather severe case of heat stroke and is the probable cause of fever hallucinations. As it occured quite far from our brain's temperature detecting structures AND it was localized it also was not rectified quickly.

What effect this has/had on the impacted brain tissue has not been studied sufficiently. But I dare to believe it probably did not improve the brain tissue.

I don't know about current mobile/smart phones but as they are usually not held close to the head when you use them their effects should be virtually nil.
Distances of more than a few centimeters away from the head effectively negate the induction heating effect of the wave lengths used to transmit information via phones.
So no reason to get all hyped up about phones cooking our brains.
But keep an open and inquisitve mind about such things. It helps you keep cool a lot longer ;)
Cameron Chow
Cameron Chow - 6 years ago
I'm pretty sure it's the conversion of the food we eat to energy.  
Javon Younger
Javon Younger - 6 years ago
i think the friction of our blood moving is what makes it warm 
Silviana Dedu
Silviana Dedu - 6 years ago
it's a bit off-topic, but you are hot
iVince905
iVince905 - 6 years ago
Aslong as humans are involved...the great white will never be the great predator as it was thousands of years ago
scuss Katz
scuss Katz - 5 years ago
+iVince905 go alone in the middle of the ocean with a bait and you will see
Rambut
Rambut - 5 years ago
+Rworld
But don't forget about the Rambuts!
Rworld
Rworld - 5 years ago
+Rambut Nuke the humans, for the Rambos. 
Rambut
Rambut - 5 years ago
+Rworld
Amoebas are protists, not an animal species.
Rworld
Rworld - 6 years ago
+nnmartin94 Nuke the humans, for the amoebas. :U
nfinitiduck
nfinitiduck - 6 years ago
+Rworld Nuke the humans, for the [insert animal species here]. :|
Rworld
Rworld - 6 years ago
Nuke the humans, for the sharks. :v
alex RedDevil
alex RedDevil - 6 years ago
Do sharks sleep ?
Hazo
Hazo - 6 years ago
Yes but they never stop moving.
Mike Riemer
Mike Riemer - 6 years ago
Looking a little green there.  
DAWN
DAWN - 6 years ago
And then comes the Megalodon! ;) JK
pforce9
pforce9 - 6 years ago
You want to "help the shark become the predator of the sea like he once was"? What does that even mean?
scuss Katz
scuss Katz - 5 years ago
+TheGuyWhoIsSitting yeah and GWS kill about 5 people a year... what a disgrace
001GenLee
001GenLee - 6 years ago
Which is y I have lots of respect for sharks as well. I was in Myrtle Beach, SC last week and what do I see? People going into the ocean and going pretty far out for an evening dip / swim at 7 - 7:30 at night! LOL, that's the time when NOT to go out! Dusk, Dawn, or at night. Lots of people might now know that or ignore & say, "oh, I won't get bit. " and when it's too late, it's too late....
Incertus Veritas
Incertus Veritas - 6 years ago
They are such beautiful creatures, simply breathtaking. 
alexrooger1
alexrooger1 - 6 years ago
He looks like he hasnt slept for a week
Kaspar Kesamaa
Kaspar Kesamaa - 6 years ago
Sooo... Do sharks poop?
Lisa Coombs
Lisa Coombs - 6 years ago
They do! I read somewhere that their poop is actually like a spiral, too
Kaspar Kesamaa
Kaspar Kesamaa - 6 years ago
hmmm interesting.
TheGuyWhoIsSitting
TheGuyWhoIsSitting - 6 years ago
Yes, they do.
thomyboas
thomyboas - 6 years ago
Shark cage diving is awesome loved it! Did it in South Australia and the same place as you! Awesome dude!
Mr.Nibbles
Mr.Nibbles - 6 years ago
Only 5% of are oceans are map and don't know much about sea animals but yet we have planets maps already I'd rather have the ocean map and then the planets
Bloodborne Dovahkiin
Bloodborne Dovahkiin - 6 years ago
Man these facts are sharking!

100. comment for 10 Facts About Great White Sharks

photondance
photondance - 6 years ago
Those smaller fish don't seem to be at all afraid. Are they less likely to flee the fully grown white sharks?
ConfettiHunter98
ConfettiHunter98 - 6 years ago
anyone else go fuckin scared my the shark fallin from the sky at 0:32
ConfettiHunter98
ConfettiHunter98 - 6 years ago
Durr Atom
Durr Atom - 6 years ago
great white sharks brain looks like a Y   right?
Tree Liner
Tree Liner - 6 years ago
Your closing comment- please.
Usernaem
Usernaem - 6 years ago
what about megalodon
Edouard Tavinor
Edouard Tavinor - 6 years ago
It's odd that they use their eyesight to hunt yet they spend most of their time at a depth of 1 km. There's more research to be done here :)
heresthadude1080
heresthadude1080 - 6 years ago
+John Morgan That aquatic pun was indeliberate, but I'm applauding it anyway.
david bouy
david bouy - 6 years ago
It would depend on if they hunt at a km. They could return to more visible depths could they not? Correlation not causation. Most of the time doesn't mean all of the time, therefore the idea may not hold water....
barmiro
barmiro - 6 years ago
they mainly use the Ampulllae of Lorenzini while hunting :P
Frank Jones
Frank Jones - 6 years ago
you need sleep
Kurt donald Cobain
Kurt donald Cobain - 6 years ago
another fun fact: sharks back fin is 2x more powerful than a 44.magnum
Adam kristiansson
Adam kristiansson - 6 years ago
The worlds biggest white shark was 12 meter long
Steven Verheezen
Steven Verheezen - 5 years ago
+Script8man Plays I know right!
hasty yana
hasty yana - 6 years ago
..l
Kasie7
Kasie7 - 6 years ago
<3
Erik W
Erik W - 6 years ago
I have always feared sharks till I became a scuba diver. Once I entered their world and got to see them up close, I wish there were more in our oceans. They are amazing creatures and I can even say I swam with an adult great white without a cage. It never showed a second of aggression (thankfully) and just swam by checking me out. While it took several hours for my heart rate to get back to normal, it gave me a first hand experience I share with everyone to try and change their opinion of sharks. 
Luca Gruber
Luca Gruber - 5 years ago
I've meet my first shark in the Great Barrier Reef and you are so right. I can't stand the fact that people eho don't know a thing about sharks think that they are killing for fun...
Dominic Beaulieu
Dominic Beaulieu - 6 years ago
Love it!
phillyslasher
phillyslasher - 6 years ago
I learned a thing or two here. Thanks. These weren't the usual, run of the mill "Sharks have sharp teeth" facts lol
CoffeeForAll
CoffeeForAll - 6 years ago
Protecting sharks from "natural" extermination will only end in disaster. The life of a single human being is (to me) more valuable than all the sharks that exist.

We should actually kill all hostile animals untill they fear humans so much that playing dead is the preferred tactical choice when they are anywhere near a human being.
Michelle Machan
Michelle Machan - 3 years ago
CoffeeForAll
How rude, sharks also have lives you know..... you should be ashamed of yourself and now look great white sharks are ENDANGERED now.....be ashamed person!
Megghan L
Megghan L - 3 years ago
Humans are evil, our lives are not more valuable than sharks. Humans kill the planet
hudson mckee
hudson mckee - 4 years ago
But that would completely mess up the ecosystem, and what about baby animals, would you have to kill all hostile baby's and teach them to "bow down to you".
mandalorian233
mandalorian233 - 6 years ago
Great Whites are so beautiful and mesmerizing.
Renganathan Ramamoorthy
Renganathan Ramamoorthy - 6 years ago
I didn't know that shark babies were called pups or that they were live birthed. :O
Jenny Livingston
Jenny Livingston - 6 years ago
Not all sharks have live births. Some lay eggs. Their eggs used to be called mermaid purses :)
Will Tannery
Will Tannery - 6 years ago
+William Stark ERMAHGERD, SHERKS
William Stark
William Stark - 6 years ago
+Dean Roberson
Sherks, err mer gerd.
Dean Roberson
Dean Roberson - 6 years ago
Only certain kinds of Sherk's give birth to live young
Aryan Zagros
Aryan Zagros - 6 years ago
Ocean's king
Dord Polo
Dord Polo - 6 years ago
They are also called ghost sharks
SublimeBiscuit
SublimeBiscuit - 6 years ago
If sharks became extinct, the whole ocean food chain would die.
buismlawina
buismlawina - 6 years ago
Sorta lonely and dark life 1km down
jay p
jay p - 6 years ago
3:02 "It's kinda sharking" - I see what you did there!
nik gull
nik gull - 5 years ago
Lol
arhalts
arhalts - 6 years ago
I know you know the difference and I know it's used colloquially but when your show is often about starting with a science misconception, I am oddly annoyed by your misuse of kilograms and weight. I am not usually bothered by this but for shame sir for shame. 
XpLiciTx805
XpLiciTx805 - 6 years ago
It still is the top predator
BTinHD
BTinHD - 6 years ago
They need protection. 
kadhem chaabene
kadhem chaabene - 6 years ago
well, there goes the plot for "Deep blue sea"
Laurence de Carle
Laurence de Carle - 6 years ago
Didn't mention how they have to keep swimming in order to breathe, that one's pretty fascinating. How the hell to they sleep!?
Pedro Montalvo Olivo
Pedro Montalvo Olivo - 6 years ago
Not all sharks have to be swiming in order to breathe. The bull shark ( looks similar to the white shark in apprearence and its a very common shark) can stop swimming to rest ( sharks dont sleep, they rest). After they stop swimming they breathe by moving their gills, an action that waste less energy than swimming. White sharks can't do this, but scientists think they rest by avoiding movements, so if a white shark is moving slowly and very relaxed, they could be resting (or more like, conserving energy).
Karim Bassily
Karim Bassily - 6 years ago
I thought that video is going to be scary
FistKitso
FistKitso - 6 years ago
Gotta love these animals
K W
K W - 6 years ago
How come you sound american?
Leo Darby
Leo Darby - 6 years ago
My fav animal... Sharks especially the great white shark
Asterisk
Asterisk - 6 years ago
Kilometers into miles?
Organ Farm
Organ Farm - 6 years ago
5/8
Garrett Bohannon
Garrett Bohannon - 6 years ago
Yeah, Google can do that.
Asterisk
Asterisk - 6 years ago
Meters into feet ?
Alfredo Maycon
Alfredo Maycon - 6 years ago
The picture that shows the shark with the tumor is very interesting.
MacOne13
MacOne13 - 6 years ago
Slap a GoPro on em
Kujien
Kujien - 6 years ago
I wonder if statistically people that are taller than average have a less of a chance of being attacked by sharks, since you said said most dont go for prey more than 2.5 meters. It would make sense that if you got a little kid or short adult they would be more likely to be attacked
Master January
Master January - 6 years ago
Less people die from a shark attack than the number of people who die from... a cow attack. Yes, Cows kill more humans than sharks! That doesn't mean cows kill a lot of people, just that very few are killed by sharks.
ConnorTheCrash
ConnorTheCrash - 5 years ago
You have a bigger chance of drowning from a cramp.
ConnorTheCrash
ConnorTheCrash - 6 years ago
I've never heard of anyone not going in the water for fear of sharks unless they actually live somewhere that has sharks...
And FYI, we don't have sharks here in the UK, the water is too cold for them.
Master January
Master January - 6 years ago
+ConnorTheCrash and that wasn't what I was saying. I only made my original comment so that people who visit the sea will not be afraid to go inside, as long as they don't go too far out. Many people, particularly in islands like the UK or in coastal areas like New York (not saying that you come from these regions, just as an example) will have been in the sea. Very few of these people encounter sharks (apart from in zones where there are known to be sharks, when people should be well - prepared), and of those who do, few actually are killed. My point was simply not to be afraid of sharks unless you either:
Have evidence that you are likely to see one
See one
ConnorTheCrash
ConnorTheCrash - 6 years ago
+Master January That wasn't at all what briansgenius was saying.
He was simply stating that the number of deaths alone can not be used as an indication of the creatures fatality.
You must remember that significantly more people live in land than by the sea (Purely because the area of a country is going to be bigger than it's perimeter) and then very few of those on the shoreline live somewhere that sharks even inhabit.
Instead think about the percentage of people that encounter sharks and survive compared to the percentage of people that encounter cows and survive... 
Master January
Master January - 6 years ago
+briansgenius Sorry, I didn't make myself clear. I didn't mean to say that you should be afraid of cows, just that you shouldn't avoid going in water in case there is a shark. Of course, if you do see a shark, you should be afraid then!
briansgenius
briansgenius - 6 years ago
"But sharks are scary" statistics doesn't often weigh in with fear, and most statistics remain unknown to people. But you cannot just account for raw numbers, you must also consider the number of cows vs sharks that come into contact with people etcetera.
Vulcan Hades
Vulcan Hades - 7 years ago
Nuke the sharks.
Frankie Chance
Frankie Chance - 6 years ago
nuke yourself
Bharat Rajagopalan
Bharat Rajagopalan - 6 years ago
Coming from Hades, I'm not surprised.
FYD Ripper
FYD Ripper - 7 years ago
Whoever says in the comments that sharks are awesome just go to the ocean and wait for it to eat you
Herms Neto
Herms Neto - 7 years ago
What's the name of the host?
Herms Neto
Herms Neto - 6 years ago
+Zetex1337
 Thanks
Zetex1337
Zetex1337 - 7 years ago
Derek Muller
swedishfool91
swedishfool91 - 7 years ago
Most beautiful and wonderful creatures in the seas!
HansMaximum
HansMaximum - 7 years ago
Fun fact. More people die from eating hot dogs than from sharks.
Bonus fun fact. dogs in America kill more people per year than sharks do worldwide.
Dr.Doctor Liam Polygon Ace Attorney
Dr.Doctor Liam Polygon Ace Attorney - 7 years ago
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HansMaximum
HansMaximum - 7 years ago
you fucked up bob
MC Labs15
MC Labs15 - 7 years ago
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Samson Sparks
Samson Sparks - 7 years ago
The communitychannel girl is right
mongke
mongke - 7 years ago
Thanks for another informative and fun video, SCIENCE!
Jessica Berry
Jessica Berry - 7 years ago
nataliee
Ze Frank
Ze Frank - 7 years ago
Here we will explore True Facts About The Great White Shark...

Baby sharks are called 'pups'. Shark pups are born 4 feet long, and closely resemble a regular pup in no way whatsoever.

When a shark takes a bite, its eyes roll back into its head, making it momentarily blind. You try it. Now stop trying it.

Sharks do not only hang out in the shallow waters of beaches. They have also been known to attend parties with whales and porpoises. But not Mr Dolphin, because he's an asshole.
ethan imboden
ethan imboden - 6 years ago
i never saw this video before, strange i thought i saw all of your videos on facts about animals. but i don't expect you to know seeing as how you don't seem to use google plus that often.
Jordan Philip
Jordan Philip - 7 years ago
Humans will always use even the most absurd excuse to kill something. Preventing cancer? Come on! If that was true, scientists would have found the magical gene that helps their immune system to find even the smallest mutation. That would mean that sharks would never adapt or evolve, because it's mutations that let things change. Take brown eyes for example, they mutated over the course of human evolution to form all the eye colours we find today.
lebagel
lebagel - 7 years ago
I'm saying sharks fin soup tastes good, brah.
jpheitman
jpheitman - 7 years ago
That's not how either sexual reproduction OR cancer work. They're completely different. Most cancer is caused by radiation damaging the DNA of an ordinary body cell, causing it to reproduce uncontrollably, while mitosis only deals with sperm and ovum cells, with their chromosomal half-pairs, and has nothing at all to do with mutations in any of the rest of the body.
lebagel
lebagel - 7 years ago
Shark's fin soup though, delicious.
cuellartovar
cuellartovar - 7 years ago
I love how you use only the metric system. Plus one for progress!
Varis Varjo
Varis Varjo - 7 years ago
So... at 1:06 it can be seen that a bait is used to lure the shark near the cage. I often heard this being criticized as very dangerous because it makes the shark associate the human divers with food and thus alters their feeding habits, and also makes them behave more aggressively in the vicinity of the cage... but I don't know if there's anything but anecdotal evidence to that...? Still, it's kinda unsettling to think about it. I love sharks, and I just wish for them to be left to live in peace.
Sour Wolf
Sour Wolf - 7 years ago
I remember reading about how shark pups eat their siblings while inside their mother's womb.
McSuzukiRider
McSuzukiRider - 7 years ago
at :37 that "falling shark" scared me.
Nihar Rao
Nihar Rao - 7 years ago
watch the documentary called "Sharkwater" really inspiring!
Photoelectron
Photoelectron - 7 years ago
yaasss
KING OF TWITCH
KING OF TWITCH - 7 years ago
"Steve irwin was killed by a stingray that bit him." - You my friend are what we call an 'Idiot'... It's a type of species that is extremely abundant on the internet and unfortunately for you, you're part of it. Now before posting another comment like this, make sure what you state is right because you don't want to make a fool of yourself... or maybe you do I don't know... Oh and for your information: Steve Irwin was killed by a stingray that pierced him in the chest with its tail spine.
aaron4820
aaron4820 - 7 years ago
Yeah you are right, the substitutes are often less crunchy, but can be very close... and they make those denser version of glass noodles designed specifically to substitute shark's fins soup... but the finning process is very unethical, hopefully one day shark farms will be developed to eliminate the need for finning!
Carl Henricsson
Carl Henricsson - 7 years ago
actually it's the broth in the soup that is tasty, the fin itself has very little taste :/ some chefs substitute the fin with a mushroom since the taste will be the same anyways. I do agree with your comment though, just wanted to throw this in here
mohammed amine
mohammed amine - 7 years ago
Stop it with all the spammy bs on here. Without doubt people need to see verification that money is now being created using one of these techniques. I haven’t seen that any place with the exception of the Zutore Cash System site (Google it.) Am I a billionaire? Hell no. However, I have packed in my job to test out this affiliate marketing idea.
aaron4820
aaron4820 - 7 years ago
Shark fins aren't hunted because they are believed to be anti cancer... I mean some people might believe that, and some might even advertise it as that (more likely the reason why people believe that in the first place)... but the majority of the truth is... it's just a delicacy that dates back to have been consumed in China in the 1300s.. and where there's delicacy.. there's money to be made, and shark's fin soup is very tasty.. regardless of the ethical issues.
WhoKilledMusic
WhoKilledMusic - 7 years ago
Kill yourself. This kind of thinking isn't needed in the world, it's embarrassing.
Satoshi Mashiro
Satoshi Mashiro - 7 years ago
Meh.
Adagio Boognish
Adagio Boognish - 7 years ago
Was joking.
The actually not that shit life of Harry
The actually not that shit life of Harry - 7 years ago
well you werent really a human were you and you aren't even the guardian of the humans you were for the sayians then tried killing them but got your ass beat by someone who was supposed to be really weak
Satoshi Mashiro
Satoshi Mashiro - 7 years ago
I used to be a shark, but then I got bored & decided to be human.
FusionNauts
FusionNauts - 7 years ago
Camera man startled the stingray which caused it to go into attack mode, Steve was swimming above it and he got the barb to his chest. Plus, Steve would of lived if he hadn't pulled the barb out . However, can't really blaim him considering it probably hurt like hell. He died doing what he loved, stop being a little bitch.
FusionNauts
FusionNauts - 7 years ago
Sharks have gills, one of the main reason for yawning is to get oxygen. Sharks don't have lungs like we do, they do open their mouth to push water over their gills but they don't "yawn." Yawning would be pulling air into you lungs.
Vitor Patrezze
Vitor Patrezze - 7 years ago
You should do a video about the Euler's disk! its phenomenon is amazing..
Gordon Gekko
Gordon Gekko - 7 years ago
@casual10s Don't expect to get big with those kinds of vids, people wanna watch videos not read videos.
Adagio Boognish
Adagio Boognish - 7 years ago
Cause it's sleepy, duh.
Stop! It's Dusty Time!
Stop! It's Dusty Time! - 7 years ago
Sharks are beautiful and amazing creatures. I love them. :)
Sek
Sek - 7 years ago
It didn't bite him , It punctured his lung with it's tail spine.
nick brookhuis
nick brookhuis - 7 years ago
i agree. sharks are beautiful creatures, btw i think you mean skunks :P since squirrels do not release a bad stench from their ass lol XD
ImFrelled
ImFrelled - 7 years ago
You think that's disgusting? How about this... the sharks are caught and the fins are cut off them while they are still alive and then the finless living shark is tossed back into the ocean. Now that's disgusting.
DFX2KX
DFX2KX - 7 years ago
Um... The spine went through his chest in a freak accident. If you're going to troll, at least know the actual events. Just know that depending on what you go killing, you'll spend the twenty years in jail... And something tells me Steve woulda thought such a fate appropriate.
blk jck
blk jck - 7 years ago
I love sharks
FusionNauts
FusionNauts - 7 years ago
Why the fuck would a fish yawn?
pepparmostheelder
pepparmostheelder - 7 years ago
But the reason for sharks going extinct now days is not because of fear (mainly). It because of how we destroy the living enviroments of a lot of oceanic life and the sharkfin industry. Destruction of their enviroments effect all life in the ocean, but the sharkfin industry is incredibly destructive for basicly all kinds of shark species. It insane how we have almost killed of an animal that have been around and shaped evolution long before the first dinosaurs - in just a few years
pepparmostheelder
pepparmostheelder - 7 years ago
Be carefull with that first sentence. Dont get me wrong I believe anything with a brain has some kind of feeling. But to place our own human emotions on all kinds of animals are also wrong. For ex. Elephants are incredibly smart and social animals. And its pretty safe to say they can feel most of the things we can (sorrow, happines etc.) For ex. PTSD have been documented in elephants. But sharks brain are very different from ours, so they probably cant think or feel in the same "pattern".
pepparmostheelder
pepparmostheelder - 7 years ago
Tuna extinction is not because of sharks feeding on them. Fact of the matter is that we are the main cause for their demise aswell. I mean, we killed of most of the shark population (globaly) which should have caused Tuna to increase because we took away some of their predators. But, it didnt. Tuna and other animals still dropped because of our fishing industry. Not just cause we catch and eat the fish but we destroy the enviroment that sustain life not just on land, but in the oceans aswell
Tonje Jin
Tonje Jin - 7 years ago
:)
Djesur Feim
Djesur Feim - 7 years ago
so stay in the fridge :D
Djesur Feim
Djesur Feim - 7 years ago
so stay in the fridge :D
SamKnight
SamKnight - 7 years ago
Lol i am a banana
JRV95
JRV95 - 7 years ago
Are you talking about the guy in the video or Nat?
lex g
lex g - 7 years ago
CASzsgd
Do. C
Do. C - 7 years ago
Well... Many species of sharks are becoming extinct, as you said... because of humans. The food chain is totally natural and can't be the reason of tuna's extinction... (I guess we are responsible for this too)
RedWhirlWind
RedWhirlWind - 7 years ago
there’s not enough funding for both, and right now, it’s all going to the pandas (btws pandas are extremely difficult to preserve due to their diet and mating nature)
Pajama Shaman
Pajama Shaman - 7 years ago
what did they wipe on your upper lip? I've never seen that.
Tiffany Yep
Tiffany Yep - 7 years ago
Sharks are animals with feelings..why should we kill them? All we have to do is be careful when we go out into the water...
DevilDogMuNky
DevilDogMuNky - 7 years ago
kill 'em all!
INK Spawn
INK Spawn - 7 years ago
That last one is false! During Discovery channels Shark Week it was proven that most Great White migratory patterns include crusing along close to shorelines and beaches,including those populated by human locals.
TheChrisgrk
TheChrisgrk - 7 years ago
OH yes brother! Havent heard anything that valid in a while, the people making the world a more dangerous place by far out ways threats from sharks! We should start in Africa like you said because they're also raping the land of beautiful countries, it breaks my heart. A big thumbs up to you my friend
DVincentW
DVincentW - 7 years ago
yes...and all my friends are too
Crimson Flab
Crimson Flab - 7 years ago
10 facts about blue whales please.
xnancyS2
xnancyS2 - 7 years ago
How about Save sharks AND pandas!
Namron9797
Namron9797 - 7 years ago
Fact number 1: Yes they are in the deep end of the pool.
kllzx3
kllzx3 - 7 years ago
Here cuz of Nat
Sokar
Sokar - 7 years ago
Look into The Great Whites ancestor, its called Megalodon
Lentil dg
Lentil dg - 7 years ago
I do love sharks :) they are just so cool
Douglas Schmieder
Douglas Schmieder - 7 years ago
Do a video on gravity like gravity chambers and how people are able to manipulate it, i've been searching for days and id just really love a full explanation. Thanks!!!
Karl129129
Karl129129 - 7 years ago
Nat you are awesome!
DeathMetalRegulator
DeathMetalRegulator - 7 years ago
never heard of a shark anywhere near 3000kg
RedWhirlWind
RedWhirlWind - 7 years ago
SAVE SHARKS, NOT PANDAS.
INK Spawn
INK Spawn - 7 years ago
12.People Experts say sharks don't like the taste of humans and they mistake us as seals,yet they continue to devour humans there is even instances where sharks hated the taste sooo much it kept going back and forth biting a woman and her fiance nipping off flesh for about 20 minutes!,Not to mention the hundreds if not thousands of instances where sharks have frenzy fed on this bad tasting meat known as Man.
lokuzzz
lokuzzz - 7 years ago
11. sharks are killed because of human ignorance and stupidity
Anastasia Jackson
Anastasia Jackson - 7 years ago
Science + Sharks + beard= sexiest equation ever, too sexy for a solution.
Francelico
Francelico - 7 years ago
If Steve was still alive, he would probably slap you like the bitch you are.
tizoro3
tizoro3 - 7 years ago
He's been doing heroin lately
Faria Marie
Faria Marie - 7 years ago
I thought this when I was younger, too. But if you're going to assume they understood he was helping them, it was the actions of an individual, not every sea animal, that killed Steve Irwin. But eat that fish with a bit of venom.=P
ryosukekaneshiro
ryosukekaneshiro - 7 years ago
Why do you like this, Nat...
dork
dork - 7 years ago
I got your point, and it's one I completely agree with. However, it has little to do with what you said before. You said that because you see there are pollutants, that's probably why sharks get cancer, which is what's objectionable. Again, I'm not saying that pollutants are not the cause, nor that we should just leave the pollutants, just that it's far too early to attribute the cause when there is literally no evidence for it. Anyways, my objection is pedantic at this point. Sorry to bother.
slimminggirl
slimminggirl - 7 years ago
thanks for bringing me here Nat. I think I found my dream man & I'm not talking about the sharks. ;) he he
estevonba
estevonba - 7 years ago
Let me try and make this easy for you to understand. If you keep getting sick and you realize mold is in your home, you wouldn't leave the mold and continue looking for other reasons on why you keep getting sick just because there are several different things that can make you sick. You remove the mold and see what happens. Same with sharks and cancer. Remove the OBVIOUS pollutants and if they keep getting cancer then go from there. But don't ignore what is right in front of you.
JandCandO
JandCandO - 7 years ago
You are being very, very general when you say that you hate all sea life. There is SO much life in the sea. And apparently you hate every life form that happens to live there. So I suppose you hate phytoplankton, too?
Teddy
Teddy - 7 years ago
why?
ישו חי
ישו חי - 7 years ago
Amen.
Joseph Till
Joseph Till - 7 years ago
you are very unintelligent
Hohgun Choi
Hohgun Choi - 7 years ago
..........lamingtons.................
Bentley Bull
Bentley Bull - 7 years ago
Great vid...... If you liked this, go to ocearch.org
TheIceman623
TheIceman623 - 7 years ago
Can i just order the soup with like...noodles in it.
TheIceman623
TheIceman623 - 7 years ago
Then again Steve and you are in their territory. we dont own the sea we visit there. Im not saying dont go fishing but dont go out there just to kill someone thats just as sad as people hunting deer for sport and not eating the meat.
Sofie Bråthen
Sofie Bråthen - 7 years ago
Sharks are soo awesome ♡
ChristReigns100
ChristReigns100 - 7 years ago
by saying we dont know where they go or what they do makes it sound like they all have hidden lives conspiring to take over land or something lol
Carlneil Domkam
Carlneil Domkam - 7 years ago
As per usual your vids are amazing it'd be dope if you could do a video on precision and accuracy and how they impact science
Wifi Bee
Wifi Bee - 7 years ago
The disgusting fact about shark fin hunting (aside from the cruelty), is that fins are NOT EVEN EDIBLE OR GOOD ! They require long cooking because it's mostly cartilage, it doesn't taste anything before or after it's cooked and the nutritious value is close to zero. Only the soup itself has taste, the fin is added after. It's a culture and belief based consumption leading into the massacre of thousands of sharks. A wealth show off dish, the blood diamond of cooking.
Siignification
Siignification - 7 years ago
Natalie liked this
Krappman
Krappman - 7 years ago
Bet there are people that still wants them exterminated due the same illogical fear as some have for wolves!
Jeffrey Rose
Jeffrey Rose - 7 years ago
anyone else see the problem with this logic?
Divya Urs
Divya Urs - 7 years ago
Nat! :)
The Up All Nate Show
The Up All Nate Show - 7 years ago
Nat!
communitychannel
communitychannel - 7 years ago
this was just pure awesome
AussieBlokeGordo
AussieBlokeGordo - 7 years ago
Well we could shrink the human population and that would help solve a lot of world problems, sharks don't OVER populate the world like people do so maybe we should start there. Instead of giving career criminals 3 square meals and exercise facilities we could just execute them and stop wasting food and money on them, also the warlords of Africa who oppress so many people would be a great start
Marten Sit
Marten Sit - 7 years ago
tuna is becoming extinct because of humans...
stinkin lincoln
stinkin lincoln - 7 years ago
They can all die foreal
DVincentW
DVincentW - 7 years ago
No, they do not get sleepy, nor do they sleep...at least I do not think the GW does.
john hutto
john hutto - 7 years ago
Nice
Joel Bierman
Joel Bierman - 7 years ago
Stingrays don't have teeth. Lol.
Richard Vivanco
Richard Vivanco - 7 years ago
3D Shark --fotonicastudios dot kom
Wubster Belle
Wubster Belle - 7 years ago
Do sharks sleep?
john hanrahan
john hanrahan - 7 years ago
LOL! Not to mention the fearsome Apartmentshark! Made famous on a Saturday Night Live skit.
john hanrahan
john hanrahan - 7 years ago
I agree. My point was If they stay out of my zone and I stay out of theirs, we all get along. Just a fish, A big fish, an ancient fish, but a fish that should be given its due respect.
rick wyliee
rick wyliee - 7 years ago
lets pray he accepts jesus
TheChrisgrk
TheChrisgrk - 7 years ago
I clearly do. It works as follows: We are top of the food chain and if we dont hunt the sharks then they are also top of the food chain, they have no natural predators as dont we, so basically we are competing for the the same food (ie fish, and I know they only eat fish when they're small) but their basically eating mine and your food so lets end world hunger and eat the shark while the fish population recovers :D win win situation id say... tuna is becoming extinct because of these creatures
TheChrisgrk
TheChrisgrk - 7 years ago
lol I hear you bro
Franscios Labuschagne
Franscios Labuschagne - 7 years ago
Those sharks look girly! Come to South Africa.
destiny wiggins
destiny wiggins - 7 years ago
If everyone should know that when you are placed in hand cuffs they have to tell you what its for as well as read u your miranda rights... its clear in the video they never done either, because the man kept asking why is he being arrested.... why did the arresting officer walk off with his personal property. ... truth be told something don't look right on both sides.......
hermest99
hermest99 - 7 years ago
Wow..
Gilchrist Matthews
Gilchrist Matthews - 7 years ago
He did deserve it, and so do you.
PhaaatCat
PhaaatCat - 7 years ago
Some say the stingray bit his head clean off
Verstomd on Instagram
Verstomd on Instagram - 7 years ago
You're so retarded it hurts.
Toleth
Toleth - 7 years ago
Nothing
Antony Riakiotakis
Antony Riakiotakis - 7 years ago
That is a child nightmare stirred there alright sir! You have my like!
Morzalius
Morzalius - 7 years ago
Nothing would happen, anti-venom are just anti-bodies that are adapted to counter act venom, and since your injecting them into the animal, they will either be rejected and eliminated by other anti-bodies, or will act just like normal anti bodies.
dork
dork - 7 years ago
Even before we had standards of evidence and proper peer review, we still at least had methods to try to reliably ensure that our hypotheses were correct, because we want to try to know the truth. What people OBSERVED, learned and taught at the time, was often wrong, and needed further study to find the truth of the matter. Your teaching and learning is at best useless but informs you of your error, and at worst is dangerous.
Toronto Dude
Toronto Dude - 7 years ago
.nice
dork
dork - 7 years ago
There weren't reliable ways to determine fact, yes. Instead, people were just wrong, and convinced they were right from their own observations. You are suggesting that we go back to taking "obvious" things for granted and simply bask in our wrongness. It isn't obvious at all. We don't have many cases of cancers in sharks and it would be folly to assume the cause without good evidence, when we know many causes. And again, you're implying that I'm ruling out pollutants as a factor, which I am not.
estevonba
estevonba - 7 years ago
Of course I can live by observation alone! There weren't always books, research papers and the internet around for people to go to for information. First people had to OBSERVE, learn and then teach. My assertion was towards the main reason, not the only reason. They are searching for something that is obvious. That's like living in a house that is filled with mold and wondering why you keep getting sick. You don't need mold to get sick but it doesn't mean that that isn't the problem.
dork
dork - 7 years ago
Answer to the second question is a clear "no".
dork
dork - 7 years ago
You misunderstood what he was saying. The point is that removing sharks (i.e. big predators) from the picture creates a large hole in the ecosystem and food web, which has drastic consequences.
dork
dork - 7 years ago
No, you can't live by observation alone. Thinking you can live just by personal observation and still be correct, is utterly laughable. Meanwhile, I never said that environmental and polluting factors aren't contributors to cancer. In fact, most human cancers are attributed to environmental factors. It's your assertion, however, that there's no other reason that a shark would get cancer, which is demonstrably untrue. Your list, again, implies a fundamental lack of understanding about cancer.
estevonba
estevonba - 7 years ago
Moronic humans. Who Says Their eyes work like ours? Who says they need the same amount of light to see as you and I?
estevonba
estevonba - 7 years ago
Lmao seriously. The only animal that is capable of hunting another animal to extinction is HUMANS!
Michael Elr
Michael Elr - 7 years ago
I don't know if you still take questions, but what are your views on the technological singularity. Also, will quantum computers be used to duplicate the human brain more easily.
estevonba
estevonba - 7 years ago
Lack of understanding? I can live by observation alone. Amount of people with cancer today and the amount of pollution, mutation and hormones in food, radio waves, radiation, drugs, gene splicing... I could really go on.
Doctor Love
Doctor Love - 7 years ago
Sharks are like the Hitlers of the ocean: they don't tell us about Hitler's fav color, what he liked to do for fun, heck I was like 35 before I found out what day he was born on (April 20th, of all daze). So sharks are the same in that all they do is kill and hurt and terrorize the oceans. Nothing was ever said about how they made love, cuz they don't make love, cuz they're bad they're evil they only kill and make people cry. Anyway, thanks for talking about how sharks reproduce.
Jack
Jack - 7 years ago
Wave* not wavelength
abszero7
abszero7 - 7 years ago
To correct you, Steven Irwin wasn't killed by a stingray that bit him, he was impaled by the spine on its backside which it uses when it feels threatened.
abszero7
abszero7 - 7 years ago
You clearly don't understand how the food chain works.
jimmy konet2
jimmy konet2 - 7 years ago
i hope you get 1 million suscribers
TheChrisgrk
TheChrisgrk - 7 years ago
hunt them all! there are constant concerns about over fishing and the decreasing numbers of penguins, sea lions and seals so by killing off sharks we make the world a better place not to mention safer
ErgoCogita
ErgoCogita - 7 years ago
Damn thats a great question! I know some other fish yawn but im not sure it has the same physiological purposes.
Alienfish20
Alienfish20 - 7 years ago
50 more likes from me good sir!
Sylver Smash
Sylver Smash - 7 years ago
wait so because steve irwin died to a stingray you ahve to kill every sea creature. i admit i hate sharks in fact they can die for my part, but thats because i saw a shark way too close as a kid. but anyway steve irwin knew what he did was dangerous and he lived his life everyday. so instead use that as a excuse just admit you dont do these things and just want attention
Vike Bernås Östrand
Vike Bernås Östrand - 7 years ago
#Don't correkt me
Vike Bernås Östrand
Vike Bernås Östrand - 7 years ago
-.- don't you just love people having a way of thinking and not even saying why they do that and btw why dolphins? What did they do squuek a little to loud splash a drip of water on yiur favorite led zeppilin t -shirt when you were in sea world?
Fred Clark
Fred Clark - 7 years ago
Are you retarded? Your reasoning is tipical of a mentally incapacitated person.
Joellington Carvalho
Joellington Carvalho - 7 years ago
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dre857
dre857 - 7 years ago
Don't they sense electricity as well?
Madred & Felknia Music
Madred & Felknia Music - 7 years ago
Fun fact : they live in the seas as well !
beeble2003
beeble2003 - 7 years ago
Hang on. If sharks hunt primarily by seeing their prey, what are they doing a kilometer down where there's no light at all?
Tamar Koopman
Tamar Koopman - 7 years ago
Please go away.
Tamar Koopman
Tamar Koopman - 7 years ago
Striker Eureka, check.
Tamar Koopman
Tamar Koopman - 7 years ago
Just remember this, dumbass: 1 inch = 2,54 centimeters 1 foot = 12 inches ~ 30 centimeters 1 meter = 100 centimeters ~ 39 inches
Tamar Koopman
Tamar Koopman - 7 years ago
I seriously hope you're joking. You'd be better off killing (domestic) dogs, they bite roughly half a million people a year in the US alone, not fatal of course, but still. I'm not saying you should kill dogs, I'm saying you're unreasonable. You can not just kill wild animals because you have some fucked up vendetta.
Tamar Koopman
Tamar Koopman - 7 years ago
1 meter = 100 centimeters 1 foot = 12 inches = 30 centimeters 1 inch is roughly 2,5 centimeters.
Jack
Jack - 7 years ago
How tall is a wavelength of light?
Suburbannite
Suburbannite - 7 years ago
"that it once was"? i'm pretty fucking sure the shark is still a pretty fierce predator.
Andy Cockrum
Andy Cockrum - 7 years ago
do a face reveal
richardparadox163
richardparadox163 - 7 years ago
Derek, I think it would be great if you did a video on the Feynman sprinkler.
Мусе Тарекегн
Мусе Тарекегн - 7 years ago
GWS is terrifying.
CHeWy
CHeWy - 7 years ago
LOL!!!!!!! This guy has obviously never come to Western Australia....
Faizan Malik
Faizan Malik - 7 years ago
Hardly anything is known about the gestation/birthing of great white sharks. All of this is pure conjecture (except that it is highly reasonable that it gives birth to live sharks), as it's nearly impossible to maintain a great white under captivity, and far more difficult to observe it giving birth.
Faizan Malik
Faizan Malik - 7 years ago
Even in the ocean they will rarely hurt you, unless it's during the season in which they are agressive or if you're behaving like a perfect prey (splahing, troubled, seal near the surface above dark water)
cgarcia1196
cgarcia1196 - 7 years ago
What about mothafucken LAND-SHARKS!!!
SpiderWick12
SpiderWick12 - 7 years ago
This is Veritasium. Among the best YouTube channels around.
Reginald Robinson
Reginald Robinson - 7 years ago
If you run at night are you lighter. I thought this because the moon would pull on ur head therefore you'd be lighter. Please answer
john hanrahan
john hanrahan - 7 years ago
10 Kg =22 lbs. 10 lbs= about 4.5 Kg. No google. no kidding.
john hanrahan
john hanrahan - 7 years ago
Not sure where your coming from. I'm not endorsing the Imperial system or deriding the Metric system, merely stating that I was taught the Metric System in an American Public school system over 40 years ago. I AM refuting your assertion that it isn't taught in America. That's just wrong. It may not stick as our traditions remain in daily use, but it IS or at least WAS taught. As an engineer, your ability not to read what is in front of you is ASTOUNDING. Not to perceptive as an engineer.Geesh!
luai ali
luai ali - 7 years ago
what happens if u inject a venomous animal with anti-venom
Davince Abarado
Davince Abarado - 7 years ago
You are more likely to win the lottery, than get killed by a shark.
Clare Cashen
Clare Cashen - 7 years ago
How so? I always assumed things were in base ten because you can convert that easily in your head. Also, because most people have 10 fingers.
Clare Cashen
Clare Cashen - 7 years ago
Grammar.* FTFY
Tal Abziz
Tal Abziz - 7 years ago
Suddenly 1.7 mil views?! what is this?!
Clare Cashen
Clare Cashen - 7 years ago
I'm an engineer, I know my units. Can you honestly tell me when you look at something you judge it in meters and not feet? Or kilograms and not pounds? Without googling it, what's something with a mass of about 10 kilogram? What about something that's about 10lbs? That's way easier, as an American.
Filip Sz
Filip Sz - 7 years ago
I prefer metric but it's still not a perfect system. Now if we had a base 12 unit system, things would be magnificent.
BGriffith1992
BGriffith1992 - 7 years ago
How do you measure greatness? In a world of hyper consumerism, I think you'd have to ask who are the greatest consumers? Look no further than the US. Also, if it weren't for the US's pride, massive economy, and independent spirit, we all might be speaking German right now.
AxRenstrom
AxRenstrom - 7 years ago
Because it sucks! There's no logic at all in it! Metric system is all about x10. And why would the world use U.S Systems? Why do so people believe USA is the greatest country in the world? Cause it isn't. You can't find more stupidity per squaremetre. Not even in India or China.
NoFrameHell
NoFrameHell - 7 years ago
Obviously because the world uses SI (International System Units) that were highly studied to define a more accurate way of measurement which is not the case with Imperial System (Britain and it's ex-colonies like USA,AUS,etc), that is old as hell and is still being used because conservativists are the ones who still make the rules (Lazyarses who can't adopt a better system).
Lil Fendi
Lil Fendi - 7 years ago
I got bored after shark birth and jus read the comments
warriorlax53
warriorlax53 - 7 years ago
Am I the only one who thinks he looks like Fabio Quagliarella??
john hanrahan
john hanrahan - 7 years ago
There are two things you need to know about sharks: 1) Sharks live in the ocean. 2) Stay out of the ocean and they will not hurt you.
john hanrahan
john hanrahan - 7 years ago
yeah, they're really just dolphins waiting for you to go in and play with them. Go ahead, maybe you can cheer them up!
john hanrahan
john hanrahan - 7 years ago
Funny, in my American grade school and high school, now that I think of it, taught metric system and that was 40 and more years ago. Maybe you just weren't paying attention...
Duckagee
Duckagee - 7 years ago
subbed
Luis Chairez
Luis Chairez - 7 years ago
what happens to helium in space?
HB stop-motion
HB stop-motion - 7 years ago
Can't you add subtitles to your videos?
SharlsFartsey
SharlsFartsey - 7 years ago
nine
SKpivot
SKpivot - 7 years ago
This isn't even funny, are you ten?
William Piano
William Piano - 7 years ago
grammar
SharlsFartsey
SharlsFartsey - 7 years ago
this is stuped i wanna talk about VAGINAS!
VII The God
VII The God - 7 years ago
0:32 That scared the shit out of me.
Brutally HonestFrank
Brutally HonestFrank - 7 years ago
This is seriously the wrong place to preach your illogical non-sense.
Micah Beard
Micah Beard - 7 years ago
Broccoli doesn't get cancer. Try eating that
Johanna Lilly
Johanna Lilly - 7 years ago
a meter is about 3 feet
ruthlessandevil
ruthlessandevil - 7 years ago
and their date format! and while were on it wtf is wrong with their sports?! and beer!
TheLazyManatee
TheLazyManatee - 7 years ago
I liked this just because of the metric system usage! already knew most facts, so... Nice video btw
max wassing
max wassing - 7 years ago
I wonder how much the CIA payed the übershark to overthrow the Alantis goverment
Denis Drazetic
Denis Drazetic - 7 years ago
its all a conspiracy of the world banks
p1oppypnts
p1oppypnts - 7 years ago
Stopped watching at ten second mark because the first "fact" has been pulled straight from the sphincter. Nobody has ever observed a Great White give birth or mate for that matter. Utter shite.
P Gillies
P Gillies - 7 years ago
yay sharks
Jay Parikh
Jay Parikh - 7 years ago
Dang man
IndianaJaws
IndianaJaws - 7 years ago
A meter is a bit more than 1 yard. so when he says 7 meters it's like 7.6 yards, and 10 is 11 yards :)
Left Flamingo
Left Flamingo - 7 years ago
Good policy. Killing sharks to get even for Steve. Never mind that you didn't know what killed him. Oh well... the internet is full of trolls, I guess.
Left Flamingo
Left Flamingo - 7 years ago
Just multiply by 3 and you are in the right ball park. Surely doesn't require too much calculating, even mid video =) (dividing with 0,3 gets you closer =) )
CalsVidsKids
CalsVidsKids - 7 years ago
Please convert the meters to feet. Every time I watch a video, I have to do a bunch of conversion math so I know how big stuff is.
Ryujin Kage
Ryujin Kage - 7 years ago
recovering sharks to be the hunter of the sea again? umm no thanks
memocromatico
memocromatico - 7 years ago
You must come from the 1800's, when getting even with the animals wasn't considered nonsense.
BrownPrideBro
BrownPrideBro - 7 years ago
nigga what the
Floptheclown
Floptheclown - 7 years ago
Word
secretnamefantastic
secretnamefantastic - 7 years ago
Does the Australian Science Teachers Association have any connections with the National Science Teachers Association in the United States?
Bender81
Bender81 - 7 years ago
stop commenting nonsenses
DarkTangentMetal
DarkTangentMetal - 7 years ago
where have you been!?
Balpha912
Balpha912 - 7 years ago
It´s kind of sharking.
Gunslinger454
Gunslinger454 - 7 years ago
Irwin was killed when he spooked a stingray, and it stung him in the chest, all on video. The barb penetrated his heart. This was a freak accident that almost never happens. Stingrays are beautiful & very placid creatures. Usually the only way to get stung is to actually step on one, and even then it's a non-lethal sting to the lower leg. Leave the stingrays & sharks alone. Sharks are the only thing keeping squid from taking over the ocean. We need them alive!
slobomotion
slobomotion - 7 years ago
Honey, I had to set aside every Sunday for study. It was a drag as I had a full time job in Wall Street usually. I hated this but I went to night classes to get my MBA. My only break was to make a martini and look at The Three Stooges on a vintage TV set I had bought, huge b/w screen. The absurdity of the Stooges made sense to me in New York. Greetings from Paris. Have you seen any of my clips on my two channels here?
slobomotion
slobomotion - 7 years ago
Clare, I was told as a girl I was inherently dumb with math. In fact, I am very slow and logical. I have two degrees with honors in the sciences and realizing that numbers and science were, in fact, my friends and I could manage, was such a confidence builder, so the college I paid for myself was good. I always needed paper, pencil, eraser! Period! Slow long math no problem but egad it took me 12 years. Now I know I can quantify anything but I need a room alone for a bit! xoxo
gopiada
gopiada - 7 years ago
That's North America, America is also Brazil, Costa Rica, and everything else.
Clare Cashen
Clare Cashen - 7 years ago
That is a very fair point, haha. Sorry about that
Clare Cashen
Clare Cashen - 7 years ago
Don't get me wrong, I'm a mechanical engineering student, so I can convert just about anything. On paper. Doing it in my head, though, gets just a tad slower and takes a second. Whereas feet I know what the length looks like, meters I have to convert to get an idea.
T.P.K.
T.P.K. - 7 years ago
No I fed the troll D:>...I am a disgrace T.T
slobomotion
slobomotion - 7 years ago
Excuse me, but I was born and raised in the USA and in the '60s we kids were told get with the program and learn metric so I did. I am in Europe now and have two degrees in the sciences, so good! I don't know why they quit that but that's the USA for ya -- it's a gulag, baby. I know! I am from the Rust Belt and NYC! Greetings from Paris, France.
George He Audio
George He Audio - 7 years ago
The US, Clare, the US. Don't clump Canada and Mexico in with this lack of metric.
slobomotion
slobomotion - 7 years ago
Sharks are excellent. People shouldn't hate them. We have a tiny toy shark here in France named Sharkozy and he has quite a story and likes money. Anyone who had eaten a McDonad's Filet-o-Fish has eaten shark. I worked there for a year and had this confirmed. "North Atlantic Whitefish." Yeah, right.
TheRealSatunian
TheRealSatunian - 7 years ago
Yes, but remember we're not talking sharks here, a sting ray killed Irwin, that's what the other commenter said - I don't know where they got the idea a shark killed him.
Herp Derp
Herp Derp - 7 years ago
Why couldn't the real ZeFrank say that?
andreaCorposmae
andreaCorposmae - 7 years ago
@karl123 Oh you're still alive then.....yep my tits are okay too, thanks for asking, lulz
WillBeHeroToy
WillBeHeroToy - 7 years ago
lol nice troll
Luisasean003
Luisasean003 - 7 years ago
@ray985 Hi there it's been a long time.....still struggling with my modeling career actually :(
GrandblueSkies
GrandblueSkies - 7 years ago
stop talking to me
TrixiedaChick
TrixiedaChick - 7 years ago
@salvador121 Heyya you're still alive then, yes I'm still modeling part time
andreaCorposmae
andreaCorposmae - 7 years ago
@virgil689 Hi nice to see you again, still studying and getting some cash out of modeling
TrixiedaChick
TrixiedaChick - 7 years ago
@chad445 Hi there time to clean the browser history again :/
Ralphgtx280
Ralphgtx280 - 7 years ago
I know your probably trolling BUT this is the attitude of many people in society sharks rarely attack humans as a scuba diver I've seen sharks and they have seemed if anything scared of me we don't go trying to exterminate lions or polar bears because they can and do kill people why should we harm such an important part of the ecosystem
George241312
George241312 - 7 years ago
Ah the feel of knowing my trolling was successful by having 20+ angry emails in my inbox. Toodaloo .
Clare Cashen
Clare Cashen - 7 years ago
CURSE AMERICA AND IT'S REFUSAL TO TEACH METRIC UNITS!
elizabethrainDrop
elizabethrainDrop - 7 years ago
@casey843 Heyya so bored today
lwmodonnell
lwmodonnell - 7 years ago
Well played sir
lwmodonnell
lwmodonnell - 7 years ago
Yo chill out, just a joke.
From City To Wild
From City To Wild - 7 years ago
"they did nothing to tht fish" ....you do realize they go out in the ocean and literally steal/capture the calfs from the families. then stick them in a tiny tank and make them do tricks for food/entertainment. and who knws what else they do behind the scenes to them. its been calculated or estimated tht its like a human being in a bathtub for years and years.
Brendan Kinsella
Brendan Kinsella - 7 years ago
And Jesus was a Great White Shark so this fills in some of the mystery of what they do in that time in between human observations. Thanks George for sharing that daring insight into shark behaviour.
Antonio Witten
Antonio Witten - 7 years ago
Calm down, moron.
Pedro Bruel
Pedro Bruel - 7 years ago
Laughing hard at this, reading with Frank's voice!
1molinaluigi
1molinaluigi - 7 years ago
Dont be fooled! Sharks arent real!
George Moncayo
George Moncayo - 7 years ago
Jesus said "So it will be at the end of the age,the angels will come forth and take out the wicked from among the righteous,and will throw them into the furnace of fire,in that place there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth."Matthew 13:49-50. Jesus also said "You are my friends if you do what I command you." John 15:14. Jesus taught that the only way to be saved is to choose him as your Lord and Master, repent and believe that he died for the sins of his people on the cross see John 14:6.
Coreena Enna
Coreena Enna - 7 years ago
You too! And that's sweet!!
Mya Iannuzzi
Mya Iannuzzi - 7 years ago
They don't want to kill people. They just think that sometimes the people are prey so they bite it
Jo Hnnes
Jo Hnnes - 7 years ago
No worries! Having dived with great whites for >10 years, it's a pleasure to educate others about their amazing qualities! Take care
Jo Hnnes
Jo Hnnes - 7 years ago
Do you know how sharkfins are harvested? They cut of the fins and throw the sharks alive into the ocean to die from oxygen deprevation. There's no stability in killing sharks, not to mention it's extremely bad and wasteful to harvest predators for food. Sharks take long time to mature sexually and to become fully grown, whilst cows and chicken don't. Plus, cows and chickens take very little energy to feed and grow, whilst sharks have to eat many times their own weight in other fish.
RoZaxTheGreat
RoZaxTheGreat - 7 years ago
You're the one with the IQ of a potato. Check yourself mate. He's trolling.
LeVan
LeVan - 7 years ago
Hahah 420 element of truth
MrGman6897
MrGman6897 - 7 years ago
All will hit the ground at the same time assuming they are released at the same height, or in A's case achieve the same height as B and C.
Antony Riakiotakis
Antony Riakiotakis - 7 years ago
Aaah, November comes, time for summer in Australia :)
Man Like Gov
Man Like Gov - 7 years ago
I knew they were big, but fuck me it's huge!
Man Like Gov
Man Like Gov - 7 years ago
Then have him killed, by whatever he was attacking.
Jkmobbile Smaert
Jkmobbile Smaert - 7 years ago
Nake
aziz qalami
aziz qalami - 7 years ago
سبحان الله وبحمده سبحان الله العظيم
Archmage Asdara
Archmage Asdara - 7 years ago
i will find you, and i will kill you, and all of your kind you fucking bastard
Ryan Murdoch
Ryan Murdoch - 7 years ago
are you seriously that stupid you can't see that he's being a troll.
Bender81
Bender81 - 7 years ago
then stop bitching
XETWS O VERMELHO
XETWS O VERMELHO - 7 years ago
Thank you again for the metric system.
Pohatu Eudyptulaminor
Pohatu Eudyptulaminor - 7 years ago
I have a feeling he's trolling. Don't feed.
ShreddedDos
ShreddedDos - 7 years ago
>Getting trolled this hard.
Laur SRF
Laur SRF - 7 years ago
why computers doesn't make mistakes?
GrandblueSkies
GrandblueSkies - 7 years ago
no thanks
7force
7force - 7 years ago
Agreed, I don't know if his piss-poor grammar was intentional or not, but I believe you got trolled, mate.
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Nebb Star
Nebb Star - 7 years ago
I've learned more about white sharks in this 4 Minutes than in any stupid documentary! Thanks!
Mateo Warkis
Mateo Warkis - 7 years ago
dude, he's trolling. lol umadbro?
Warriewood
Warriewood - 7 years ago
I know he's a stupid retard, but seriously, calm down.
sxmboy89
sxmboy89 - 7 years ago
help who!?? we're the new predators of land see and air. top of the food chain baby.....WOOOOOOOOOOOOOWWE!!
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ChingHern Tay
ChingHern Tay - 7 years ago
i wish you burn in the deepest of hell : )
kingsukkelnoob
kingsukkelnoob - 7 years ago
That perfect grammar insult. +1
Coreena Enna
Coreena Enna - 7 years ago
Ah, that makes much more sense. I remember watching some type of shark show saying they've all died when being held in captivity. Granted, this was around when I was 10-11 years old, which was 8-9 years ago. Thank you for correcting me :)
Nick Lynch
Nick Lynch - 7 years ago
Haha, Steve Irwin was killed by a stingray. Its barb punctured his heart
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coldtyre
coldtyre - 7 years ago
I believe he just means in terms of general population in the sea. Individually, sharks are still the best predator ever, but their numbers are decreasing and they're endangered.
That Lad in Plaid
That Lad in Plaid - 7 years ago
No-one believes you.
Dimitri
Dimitri - 7 years ago
Steve Irwin was killed by a stingray. Not a shark.
Bill Pakwaan
Bill Pakwaan - 7 years ago
Overly manly confused mentally challenged Man with a bunch of free time on his hand
Deadlybones
Deadlybones - 7 years ago
It was a sting ray.. But if he would of been wearing a sun tan lotion of SPF 50 instead of 15..he would of lived..because it protects against stronger rays...lol
Magicwinguy
Magicwinguy - 7 years ago
Around rallying to slaughter every human in existence so shut up you ignorant fuck with no knowledge of sea life
Magicwinguy
Magicwinguy - 7 years ago
@vascarplus so what you're saying is is that because some sharks have killed people we need to slaughter every shark in the ocean some people have killed people and we don't go
Archie Chen
Archie Chen - 7 years ago
There are less than 10 shark attack related deaths each year world wide. It's an irrational fear created by the movie Jaws.
thoth622
thoth622 - 7 years ago
This is a video about sharks...not sting rays.
Clarissa Wu
Clarissa Wu - 7 years ago
does it bother anyone else that his jacket cords are uneven.
Goat Bride
Goat Bride - 7 years ago
CLASPERS!
arab T
arab T - 7 years ago
fuk those bastards r deadly
p1gg1315cut3
p1gg1315cut3 - 7 years ago
I really hope you're a troll...that way you're be an ignorant prick trying to piss people off rather than an ignorant prick killing animals for the stupidest reasons
OnlyTheVerse
OnlyTheVerse - 7 years ago
Shouldn't you mention a fact, that male sharks have 2 penises?
Robert Williams
Robert Williams - 7 years ago
If it stops moving, water doesn't filter through its gills and it will die.
Robert Williams
Robert Williams - 7 years ago
You're probably saying you killed sharks to sound cool, but right now I want to punch you in the face.
TheAmazingTyagoman
TheAmazingTyagoman - 7 years ago
dude animals don't simply kill people just for the heck of it. Steve Irwin understood this perfectly, And @TheRealSatunian is right man I bet Steve wouldn't want you to kill them coz of what happened to him.
sm3xiiis0p3s
sm3xiiis0p3s - 7 years ago
Don't mind me, just fishing for some attention.
Henbot
Henbot - 7 years ago
so wonder if that means that the shark literally has to keep moving or it freezes
frenchw1nter
frenchw1nter - 7 years ago
Nice video! The bad image sharks have, presumably from things like the movie Jaws, makes me very sad. They're not actually "out to get us", in fact they're pretty cool and a lot more vulnerable than most people think.
Ryan Hines
Ryan Hines - 7 years ago
very informative and interesting, liked and subbed! Loved it. (y)
Bender81
Bender81 - 7 years ago
then learn the metric system...
Stepha Jane
Stepha Jane - 7 years ago
Seriously though, when the image of the shark dropped on the screen when you filmed the red boat I shat myself a little.
Dgdaan Oogn
Dgdaan Oogn - 7 years ago
Why is it that EVERY white country is forced to be multicultural/multiracial? Why is it that EVERY white country is told to end its own race/culture? No one asks that of -ANY- non-White country. Immigration/assimilation is FORCED upon ONLY White countries Anti-whites call themselves “anti-racists” but their actions lead to the elimination of only one race, the White race. The purpose of “anti-racism” is to genocide white children. Anti-racist is a code for anti-White /watch?v=ZC2uE6Y5sF0
MasteroChieftan
MasteroChieftan - 7 years ago
Why do we want it to become a better predator!?! It hasn't had to evolve for so long! It's already the best predator ever!
MrThereplier
MrThereplier - 7 years ago
.6 Miles or 3280 feet.
mullman89
mullman89 - 7 years ago
Feedeth not the troll.
JOEKURR
JOEKURR - 7 years ago
This is a why we go the deep blue sea route and make them huge and harvest their smart shark brain matter. What could go wrong?
Camila Silva
Camila Silva - 7 years ago
very well explained, thx so much for this informacion, its always good learning new things.
Slinx
Slinx - 7 years ago
no, still bad. you can't go about trying to commit fucking genocide because of one cross species incident from a creature who doesn't even know better. Just so you know, the act of genocide does not mean only extinction.
singedcarry
singedcarry - 7 years ago
That's what you got out of this video. People are weird.
Vape Escape
Vape Escape - 7 years ago
The difference between the world and America The world 1km = 1km America 1km = ????
Trent Michel
Trent Michel - 7 years ago
Yeaahhh, No. You have an extra chromosome.
Kavita Samadi
Kavita Samadi - 7 years ago
Very interesting! Thank you!
Joe Boggio
Joe Boggio - 7 years ago
You are retarded, stingrays don't bite, they sting.
ThePolishSausage87
ThePolishSausage87 - 7 years ago
we don't know where they go or what they do for most of the time they're alive? you know they hold conferences and shit
HCS Play
HCS Play - 7 years ago
I like sharks better than people.
Dexter
Dexter - 7 years ago
not sure if trolling or stupid.jpg
cwgumby
cwgumby - 7 years ago
that dude is not serious.
Nicole Ludwig
Nicole Ludwig - 7 years ago
@Veritasium...Thank you so much for this video. I admire your motivation to strive for scientific accuracy and the fact that you use the metric system. Keep up the great work!
Craig McIntosh
Craig McIntosh - 7 years ago
I'm hoping people like Vascarplus are hunted down and killed because the world would be a much better place without them!
TheRealSatunian
TheRealSatunian - 7 years ago
Animals sometimes kill people. It's the risk Irwin took. He wouldn't want you to kill them for it.
Martin Uzunov
Martin Uzunov - 7 years ago
SHARKS ARE FKN AWESOME ! PPL ARE GREEDY FUCKS ! TRUE STORY.
Keven Kelley
Keven Kelley - 7 years ago
As an engineer in the US... why would you use anything else?
Nicole Ludwig
Nicole Ludwig - 7 years ago
WOW. your stupidity is astonishing. I hope killing sharks is illegal where you are from and that you get caught and put in jail for this. OR even better... I hope you get bit by one. Wouldn't THAT be ironic...
Donielle Chapman
Donielle Chapman - 7 years ago
@vascarplus, Steve was killed by a stingray. Try doing something else with your life instead of killing innocent animals. You may end up like him.. Idiot.
LadyAtomBee
LadyAtomBee - 7 years ago
I really hope you're not being serious...
Creeeemi
Creeeemi - 7 years ago
Thank you so much for using the goddamn metric system. <3
Roger Baker
Roger Baker - 7 years ago
Read up on them. And to the idiot who kills sharks....get this: There are many more sharks eaten by people than people eaten by sharks. You're just another simpleton.
Danish Iqbal Mohammed
Danish Iqbal Mohammed - 7 years ago
@vascarplus i dont know if you are kidding, but if you are, i sincerely suggest you take a lomg look at your life, and try to be less a retard
Marc Shimpar
Marc Shimpar - 7 years ago
But I want to know more about them! They're interesting.
Roger Baker
Roger Baker - 7 years ago
Best thing we can do for these and other critters is just leave them in peace. No 'studies' are needed except by eggheads who want to brag about how much they "know".
World_on_Fire
World_on_Fire - 7 years ago
@vascarplus You, sir, are a certified dumbass.
gounderus
gounderus - 7 years ago
Marvelous and extraordinary animals! I love 'em!
leon kasel
leon kasel - 7 years ago
sea creatures have more right to the ocean than humans
Hans Jedlitschka
Hans Jedlitschka - 7 years ago
Dieter nuhr
Russell
Russell - 7 years ago
Because they haven't changed there 'currency' (I don't know what the word for it would be)
travis bickle
travis bickle - 7 years ago
haha titts
Krismarie969
Krismarie969 - 7 years ago
@christopher475 Hey it's been a long time...yes I'm still modeling part time
elizabethrainDrop
elizabethrainDrop - 7 years ago
@edgar820 Hi it's been a long time, yep my tits are okay too, thanks for asking, lulz
Luisasean003
Luisasean003 - 7 years ago
@ross778 Hi there good to see ya again, yep my tits are okay too, thanks for asking, lulz
TrixiedaChick
TrixiedaChick - 7 years ago
@roy256 Hi there time to clean the browser history again :/
yewboi123
yewboi123 - 7 years ago
at he would have survived if he didnt pull the barb out which he did
elizabethrainDrop
elizabethrainDrop - 7 years ago
@lee866 Oh good to see ya again....yep still modeling part time
Michael Pasquale
Michael Pasquale - 7 years ago
Death to sharks
Luisasean003
Luisasean003 - 7 years ago
@glenn423 Hi there so bored today
LIGHTandSTR0NG
LIGHTandSTR0NG - 7 years ago
why i read "PORN" instead of "PORT" ? em i the only one?
tareQ654
tareQ654 - 7 years ago
And besides it's most certainly the last thing he would have ever wanted.
Arnav Ramkrishnan
Arnav Ramkrishnan - 7 years ago
I wonder how every video gets random dislikes? What was there to dislike in it?? I mean did a shark kill your friend or what? =/ -_-
TrixiedaChick
TrixiedaChick - 7 years ago
@bryan705 Oh you're still alive then....yep still modeling part time
Dank Toast
Dank Toast - 7 years ago
YOU WENT TO PORT LINCOLN WHY DIDNT YOU TELL ME I COULD HAVE MET YOU OMGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG
Tarsius
Tarsius - 7 years ago
The problem is, if they go extinct, you can't make that soup anymore.
Roman Penna
Roman Penna - 7 years ago
This was very interesting, I can't believe they can grow that big, and I also thought we knew a lot more than we seem to know. Wow
Krismarie969
Krismarie969 - 7 years ago
@floyd820 Hey time to clean the browser history again :/
Santa Australia
Santa Australia - 7 years ago
Cure cancer? Oh, that's right, that's what us Chinese and the Japanese been telling yahs so we can freely make our delicious sharkfin soup.
Stauros !!!
Stauros !!! - 7 years ago
Damn my faver Greate White
Roro
Roro - 7 years ago
Sharks were hired by zion to crash into new york on 9/12 devil devil 8=======D
elizabethrainDrop
elizabethrainDrop - 7 years ago
@theodore700 Hi there you're still alive then.....still struggling with my modeling career actually :(
Dayle Armstrong
Dayle Armstrong - 7 years ago
More shark stuff? Yes? =D
nicholas leow
nicholas leow - 7 years ago
Who's gonna find out thenb
XxDaReYeZxX
XxDaReYeZxX - 7 years ago
Shark week passed already
Mr Tea Wrex
Mr Tea Wrex - 7 years ago
you want eggs with that spam?
Krismarie969
Krismarie969 - 7 years ago
@alfredo912 Heyya I was just checking my brother browser history really...I bet I'm the only woman around here, lol
kbcal2
kbcal2 - 7 years ago
on top of the fact that some of the medical professionals near him said he had a high probability of surviving had he not pulled the damn thing out on his own
Alex312
Alex312 - 7 years ago
Sharks are fucking awesome.
AgentAfro
AgentAfro - 7 years ago
God rest his brave sole :,(
AgentAfro
AgentAfro - 7 years ago
0:33 scared the shit out me
Rewand1134
Rewand1134 - 7 years ago
it is rare tht sharks get cancer ... and ppl r looking into ways to use it to cure ours ... again it is rare tht they get cancer .... ( even though cancer has been cured ... just there is way to much money made from kemo )
3-D The Samurai
3-D The Samurai - 7 years ago
Man im American meters dont mean shit to me say feet
Flame&Fame
Flame&Fame - 7 years ago
Wow
Thomas Kennedy
Thomas Kennedy - 7 years ago
Derek, I attended the University of Louisville in the beautiful state of Kentucky. While in my chemistry class we were talking about boiling points and how it changes depending on the atmospheric pressure. A classmate the raise his hand and asked our professor "what if you tried to boil water in a vacuum? " this question stumped my professor so I was hoping perhaps you could look into this by experimenting and explaining what what happen. Thanks for all you do.
robert martling
robert martling - 7 years ago
His mission was to protect and study animals and he wasn't killed by a shark. Steve would sneak up behind you and jam his thumb up your butt for saying that.
ErgoCogita
ErgoCogita - 7 years ago
Steve's chest cavity was pierced by a stingray barb on it's tail. Sharks had nothing to do with his death. Steve took risks for a living, let it go.

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