Great White Shark in Massachusetts salt pond

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mark montgomery
mark montgomery - 8 years ago
Got to be a bull shark
Vanity Fair
Vanity Fair - 8 years ago
No one is native to American, read up on world history.
cowboysrox214
cowboysrox214 - 8 years ago
theyre a dumbass haha!!!!!!
Recon WB
Recon WB - 8 years ago
what about shooting a bear in self defense? is that wrong? would you let a bear eat you? invading another species territory occurs all the time in nature, just look at the humbolt squid, it originally only inhabited deep waters around baja california, now it's all the way up to southern alaska. and is it cowardly to want a gun to protect your family from potential murderers and rapists? slim odds yes, but i'd rather be prepared when i don't need to be then unprepared when shit hits the fan
Onthe roll'
Onthe roll' - 8 years ago
lie great white shark is on salt water only bull shark can go to the sea to the river and at lake
king Of Huntlers
king Of Huntlers - 8 years ago
that's not nice don't make fun of a race but make fun of that person TT_TT
TheGalaxyTachyon
TheGalaxyTachyon - 8 years ago
bull sharks have a more squared off nose like the tiger shark, and a generally shorter, more stout body. look at this vid closely, notice the pointed nose. also check out part 2 for an underwater viewpoint, it is most definitely a great white.
Shawn McDonald
Shawn McDonald - 8 years ago
It says SALT POND
Zanettos Louka
Zanettos Louka - 8 years ago
shit, thats a great white shark

10. comment for Great White Shark in Massachusetts salt pond

codyclc1997
codyclc1997 - 8 years ago
and river sharks o.o
Jana 3 3 -18
Jana 3 3 -18 - 8 years ago
You are not an american - you are like the others just one of the emigrants !.Native Amrericans are Indians and your fathers came from EUROPE you MORON!
craigdoc29
craigdoc29 - 8 years ago
Gene-Yes it is a great white that happened to get trapped in the river. It was later led back to sea by fisherman.
LamborghiniDRAG0N
LamborghiniDRAG0N - 8 years ago
Pond? Are you sure. How the hell does a shark get in a pond?
john sheppard
john sheppard - 8 years ago
Defo great white,and the salt pond is part of a flood plain and as the waters retreat it got caught threre ,same as the one of New York in about 1918 wich killed. 5 or 6 in two days it was what inspired the jaws movie
Austin Baxley
Austin Baxley - 8 years ago
It is a bull shark cause of the shape
Mia Hobbs
Mia Hobbs - 8 years ago
Good job I can't believe you found that thing in a pond a great white awesome
neisan92
neisan92 - 8 years ago
Salt water pond, they usually have outlets into the ocean. been to one where we saw a manatee and dolphins once. OT: NOPENOPENPENOPENOPE FUCK THAT SHIT
Ross Ian Wylie
Ross Ian Wylie - 8 years ago
Rich Thorp get a grip you've got it all the wrong way round. Shoot a bear just because we invade its habitat from time to time ? Or is it an all year 24hr urban picnic site you're talking about, you must be American and therefore a coward and gun freak.
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
SALT POND!

20. comment for Great White Shark in Massachusetts salt pond

MzFoRi3
MzFoRi3 - 8 years ago
Why the hell are you in a pond?
NaturallyCami
NaturallyCami - 8 years ago
how... did it get in a pond?
Squid Boy Supreme
Squid Boy Supreme - 8 years ago
A great white is alot bigger
Rich Thorp
Rich Thorp - 8 years ago
Doesn't matter if it is a perch...one that large needs to be "shot" like a rogue bear in a camp site. Safety first...one out of ten million wont matter and if this one is "lost" he is sick.
Kierkegaard Kim
Kierkegaard Kim - 8 years ago
how'd the shark get in that pond in the first place?
axandert53
axandert53 - 8 years ago
we do have mako sharks in mass too.. they look a lot like great white in shape but they are smaller and more common
khabir k
khabir k - 8 years ago
come on guys lets noodle it
shadowvale6
shadowvale6 - 8 years ago
If the water is deep enough and salt water, that can be a great white :o
Philip Condron
Philip Condron - 8 years ago
No pool, pond, lake is safe! Imagine being the one to be chilling in that pond with your friends and this fucker comes along, this video gave me second thoughts of jumping into the sea tomorrow
waqar khan
waqar khan - 8 years ago
you know the great white shark is gonna be seen in pond from now on because the being the top predator rain is over because the Killer Whales is killing Sharks also

30. comment for Great White Shark in Massachusetts salt pond

ken hensley
ken hensley - 8 years ago
I think its a Basking shark by the way it moves thru the water.
ElRancholo2
ElRancholo2 - 8 years ago
Massachusetts is a weird place.
Paula89147
Paula89147 - 8 years ago
"Your" just about as cute as could be.
Carl
Carl - 8 years ago
At first I thought it was a Bull Shark, but judging from not only its snout but its white underside and gray top that is indeed a Great White. Wonder how big it is ?
Vend Erre
Vend Erre - 8 years ago
Shark turn a wrong turn at Albuquerque.
Kernaledchips
Kernaledchips - 8 years ago
You should jump on it
iris roach
iris roach - 8 years ago
i would lime to have a shark in my room
GrappIer
GrappIer - 8 years ago
It's likely really hungry too..
Romulan2469
Romulan2469 - 8 years ago
Wow, look at how majestically it glides through the water barely causing a ripple in the still pond.
killaguy555
killaguy555 - 8 years ago
I don't give a shit what kind of shark it is I just know it's big enough to eat me and there can never be enough land between me and that monster of nature.
mousehunter311
mousehunter311 - 8 years ago
Bullsharks are not as torpedo shaped nor do they have pointed snouts. That is a juvenile great white. end of story.
IgotGreens101
IgotGreens101 - 8 years ago
.... Did you really say thats not a shark?....
wowforreeel
wowforreeel - 8 years ago
it sure looks like one
Charles Hammond Jr
Charles Hammond Jr - 8 years ago
"hold my beer for me..."
TheGalaxyTachyon
TheGalaxyTachyon - 8 years ago
I was just about to advise that you didn't have a Great White there, but.... you have a Great White there!!!! bad ass!
Djir Parsley
Djir Parsley - 8 years ago
thats def moving side to side
Fireworxs2012
Fireworxs2012 - 8 years ago
Famous last words.. "I think I can ride that"....
kris130186
kris130186 - 8 years ago
I've dived with Bull sharks before and I'd have to agree with you based on the snout shape alone. It looks too pointed to be a Bull shark.
Megan W
Megan W - 8 years ago
(their
XxTheApprenticexX
XxTheApprenticexX - 8 years ago
If your balls are big enough to handle it.

50. comment for Great White Shark in Massachusetts salt pond

Tacitus Nex
Tacitus Nex - 8 years ago
I watched this video two years ago, yet I still see people contemplating whether this is a great white or a bull shark...
junkieboy11
junkieboy11 - 8 years ago
RANDOM VIDEO STREAK!!!
Delticola
Delticola - 8 years ago
I might say sub adult. That's getting pretty big, might be surpassing the juvenile stage. Another 2 years in the ocean and it will be listening to that music, dun unt dun unt dun unt.
Alissa
Alissa - 8 years ago
That's what I thought :)
Alissa
Alissa - 8 years ago
That what I thought :)
Eric Bryan
Eric Bryan - 8 years ago
i have just witnessed youtube gold.
peter jones
peter jones - 8 years ago
exactly why my ass stays on land where it belongs
Richard Ford
Richard Ford - 8 years ago
My first instinct was to say probably a bull shark but that sure does look like a Great White at least in the snout.
driftingsenko
driftingsenko - 8 years ago
Here
jack fox
jack fox - 8 years ago
def great white, look at the snout shape
Jbang Steezlyy
Jbang Steezlyy - 8 years ago
hellz yeah!
AhzekAhriman
AhzekAhriman - 8 years ago
Why don't you do the world a favour and go check it out up close yourself?
Mandy Kluijtmans
Mandy Kluijtmans - 8 years ago
I don't think it's a great white, but some other kind of shark.
Melissa Khan
Melissa Khan - 8 years ago
is it a real shark or fake
Melissa Khan
Melissa Khan - 8 years ago
is it a toy or real?
HiCCoDGaming
HiCCoDGaming - 8 years ago
i live in MA. where is this?
Megan Hartley
Megan Hartley - 8 years ago
does NOT look like a great white shark at all . For one its colours are to dark and for two the front of its body the face is to slim the great white shark has a large face with a pointed nose ????????
adrian peters
adrian peters - 8 years ago
shark needs something to eat
Creative Vlogs
Creative Vlogs - 8 years ago
Beautiful so Stealthy!, Sharks are Magnificent Creatures!!!
Thomas Cifrino
Thomas Cifrino - 8 years ago
pretty sure it was somewhere around Chatham
Bruhduh
Bruhduh - 8 years ago
Either the video is on mute, or you got balls of titanium
CrashN2Me1000
CrashN2Me1000 - 8 years ago
lt's so obvious. He just wants to be the big fish in the small pond.
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
She meant pond not pony. no need to personally attack the young lady. Who's obnoxious now? thumbs down to you.
Rafael Magalhães
Rafael Magalhães - 8 years ago
Last sentence spoke: "hey let's take a jump on the pond"
ignorecorporatenews
ignorecorporatenews - 8 years ago
infiniteFTW is obnoxious AND ignorant! Read the book "12 Days of Terror" by Richard Fernacola, for one....
jmantime
jmantime - 8 years ago
Shark: i own this pond stay away.. STAY AWAY!!!
Jake Berra
Jake Berra - 8 years ago
such a graceful animal, I like how he/she is just swimming calmly, sharks don't eat or attack people on purpose, they just mistake us for their prey depending on how your swimming or moving, and if your blood may get into the water, when great whites strike, they go blind for a amount of time, hopefully this shark gets a tasty meal (not a human of course*
MrSnooze2504
MrSnooze2504 - 8 years ago
anyone else that goes to a poor man´s safari on youtube?
jesuslovesmebetter
jesuslovesmebetter - 8 years ago
you just might be retarded lol
Peter Fabila
Peter Fabila - 8 years ago
not swimming..again
Michelle Clough
Michelle Clough - 8 years ago
I am never sitting on the toilet again
infiniteFTW
infiniteFTW - 8 years ago
You're fucking stupid, sharks are saltwater..
Jimmy Kaket
Jimmy Kaket - 8 years ago
That's just not fair.
ThermalsniperN7
ThermalsniperN7 - 8 years ago
How'd that shark even get into- Oh wait, its a salt pond. Never mind. ^_^
Johnny Massacre
Johnny Massacre - 8 years ago
You seem like the authority on marine biology. Last time I checked, a shark was a massive fucking grey fish.
meanwiddlekid
meanwiddlekid - 8 years ago
That's not a bull shark.
RoaringEagle1122
RoaringEagle1122 - 8 years ago
you looked pretty close to the water...you're gonna need a bigger boat.
mrvonfukustein
mrvonfukustein - 8 years ago
I saw that Seinfeld episode too....have you removed any golf balls from a whales blow-hole lately?
KaregoAt
KaregoAt - 8 years ago
Noope, that tail is definitely going from side to side.
mickiblay1
mickiblay1 - 8 years ago
Nooo, that was side to side. I was watching. If it was up and down, we would have seen the tail go out of the water.
Assassin'sCreedFan
Assassin'sCreedFan - 8 years ago
it is going side to side
Alex Swander
Alex Swander - 8 years ago
I agree the shark is lost
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
This is not brackish or fresh water. It's so close to open water you would be surprised. Check out Part two. The link is in the description.
paul taurone
paul taurone - 8 years ago
They don't really live per say, more like get lost and confused,or just visit. I think the Bull shark if I'm not mistaken has a higher tolerance to brackish waters than others though..
Royalking134's Channel
Royalking134's Channel - 8 years ago
poor guys is lost that's all
Sasha Stereo_wolf
Sasha Stereo_wolf - 8 years ago
That's not a shark because a shark moves its tale side to side but that one is going up and down just keep rewinding back then u will see what I mean
bobbydigital7136
bobbydigital7136 - 8 years ago
Lol not real
Brutal The Meme Plug
Brutal The Meme Plug - 8 years ago
hes right
A Minton
A Minton - 8 years ago
Um....JAWS 6 WAITING TO HAPPEN!
Iron Tarkus
Iron Tarkus - 8 years ago
Australia; everything tries to kill you here, but we go in the water anyway. Foster's, Australian for balls.

100. comment for Great White Shark in Massachusetts salt pond

LeeLeeBby_
LeeLeeBby_ - 8 years ago
Well Why Dont You Get Any Closer ? I Wouldve Shitted And Ran . Smh .,
Herbin' Avenger
Herbin' Avenger - 8 years ago
Not land locked lakes, although if they are connected to the sea via a river or the off chance a Bull Shark entered a lake during a flood it is possible. The Bull Shark is the only species of shark that can survive in fresh water. They have been found hundreds of miles up the Mississippi River and even into the Missouri River. I once floated down the Missouri River from South Dakota to Missouri and was very happy to not encounter a Bull shark.
Herbin' Avenger
Herbin' Avenger - 8 years ago
It is a Great White shark. The shape of the head, dorsal fin, and tail fin all match.
Herbin' Avenger
Herbin' Avenger - 8 years ago
Bull Sharks, as you know, can travel hundreds of miles up rivers. Saltys as well. This is a Great White though, and in a salt water pond, it wouldn't live long in a fresh water.
Herbin' Avenger
Herbin' Avenger - 8 years ago
Very similar but that does appear to be a Great white.
Herbin' Avenger
Herbin' Avenger - 8 years ago
Laughter ensued.
ScubaDude79
ScubaDude79 - 8 years ago
"Mommy, we're gonna go swim in the pond" "Okay kids, now you be careful" "Haha mom...it's a pond, it's not like there's great white sharks or anything"....
Ahmuuze HD
Ahmuuze HD - 8 years ago
one does not simply watch a great white pass them and not shit bricks
Missy Cedarbridge
Missy Cedarbridge - 8 years ago
I knew all of that I was trying to tell this dumb ass man that the other day
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
Excellent observation. Although I was never a fan of huge slits.
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
perv
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
Look, if your having personal issues with loss of bowel control, I'm sure a trip to the doctor would be much more appropriate, instead of asking for advice on youtube
secretseamonster
secretseamonster - 8 years ago
that's what confidence looks like.
Tyler
Tyler - 8 years ago
honestly sharks that live in USA freshwater river and lakes....... look it up
NikolasAT12
NikolasAT12 - 8 years ago
how does one not shit there pants
iriefuse024
iriefuse024 - 8 years ago
Are you a james bond villian? and does he have lasers on his head?
Lilicool09
Lilicool09 - 8 years ago
Are you sure that it's just a big bull shark? because that doesn't look like a great white because great whites are much bigger than that
jbmusicdimention
jbmusicdimention - 8 years ago
i had swim in lakes at night not anymore after seeing this :)
MSJDesign
MSJDesign - 8 years ago
lol
TheAmethystDreamer
TheAmethystDreamer - 8 years ago
Or a public pool which is cleaned... Yeah, it's filled with Chlorine, but I'd rather have that smell in my hair than be the residue between a shark's teeth.
Alex Forse
Alex Forse - 8 years ago
I'm guessing you didn't read the description and watch part 2 that makes you look like an ass.
MindFury
MindFury - 8 years ago
should have tried to ride it....
Toyota Civic
Toyota Civic - 8 years ago
When I ask people if they feel scared swimming in lakes they all say no. I tell them, what if there's a shark in there and they all say. Dude, there's no sharks in lakes. I don't like getting in rivers or lakes because I feel there's something there.
Roxy Luna
Roxy Luna - 8 years ago
Yes, don't go in a pony.
deadspeedv
deadspeedv - 8 years ago
Either a mako or a very small great white, but it is definitely not a bull shark.
RacoonDog90
RacoonDog90 - 8 years ago
Hmm, looks like a great day for a swim...
inhalefarts
inhalefarts - 8 years ago
Are you sure that's a plastic bag? It really does look kinda like a shark!
Soviet Pigeon
Soviet Pigeon - 8 years ago
"great white shark' NOPE
IBETEHBEST
IBETEHBEST - 8 years ago
that is definatly a bull shark
Backwoodz Fab Creationz
Backwoodz Fab Creationz - 8 years ago
thats not a gratwhit shark its to skinny
25877852
25877852 - 8 years ago
This is CRAZY!!
A strid
A strid - 8 years ago
how h*ll did it get in there?!
A strid
A strid - 8 years ago
how the hell did it get in there?!
PoisonViolet
PoisonViolet - 8 years ago
Well i think it's people just over reacted to the person not understanding that this is not captivity and that the salt pond has a connection to the ocean.
Johnny Storm
Johnny Storm - 8 years ago
That's a bullshark
narrafarran
narrafarran - 8 years ago
agreed. bull shark mamas birth their young in rivers for protection. that's why people get attacked by sharks in rivers in spring.
Poeticriffraff er
Poeticriffraff er - 8 years ago
u just confirmed your an idiot
Eddie Southwick
Eddie Southwick - 8 years ago
youre brackish XD
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
No, that's just a plastic bag floating in the water. You should get in there and get it out before it ends up over the head of some poor dolphin. Do something responsible for the environment already.
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
Not enough, or to many, or too many? Never question the judgment a you tuber exercising his or her right to bash someone. Thumbs down for you.
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
Yeah! The inside of a pony is the very first thing I think of when I want to cool off and go for a swim.
Yesenia Rivera
Yesenia Rivera - 8 years ago
That a Bulk Shark
Joseph Posillico
Joseph Posillico - 8 years ago
yup, deffinetly a white, the caudal fin is equal on both sides, thats the big giveaway
Jay Photweny
Jay Photweny - 8 years ago
You idiots! It's clearly an orca. Smh
Poeticriffraff er
Poeticriffraff er - 8 years ago
"none can survive in captivity" ............. Whats wrong with grammar here professor wrong?
Poeticriffraff er
Poeticriffraff er - 8 years ago
why did this recieve to many negative votes?
Joey Bee
Joey Bee - 8 years ago
i think he's lost
Kintobor29
Kintobor29 - 8 years ago
check out part 2 in the description, its great white.
Kintobor29
Kintobor29 - 8 years ago
a bull's head isn't that pointed compared to the one shown
Aleksei Ja
Aleksei Ja - 8 years ago
that's a bullshark
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
Well some ponds are fed by a stream. I didn't make up the term "salt pond" Some say tidal pond.
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
You are intelligent enough, not to extrapolate anything more than what has been stated, or what is shown in the video. Thank you. So you know, a salt pond is nothing more than a regional term for a lagoon or estuary. It's not literally a pond.
3333sweetie
3333sweetie - 8 years ago
I thought great whites only lived in the ocean?
Hunter
Hunter - 8 years ago
why is he not saddled up and being ridden?
Alex Lemelin
Alex Lemelin - 8 years ago
pond normally means no way in or out...
steph
steph - 8 years ago
That's a bull shark. They call them smaller great whites because they look alike. Only sharks who can live in brackish and fresh water I believe
Michelle Storts
Michelle Storts - 8 years ago
it doesnt say its in captivity... so maybe its just a great white in a Massachusetts salt pond...
Nicholas skinner
Nicholas skinner - 8 years ago
a shark is a damn shark lol either way dont go swimming in that pond
BellinghamsterTrail
BellinghamsterTrail - 8 years ago
Better tell the children to stay close to shore and not splash so much.
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
"Learn to English" Correcting bad grammar, with bad grammar. Ha ha! Who's the asshole now?
SuperChopstiks
SuperChopstiks - 8 years ago
Looks more like a bull shark.
Kyle Slagle
Kyle Slagle - 8 years ago
isn't that a mako shark
Nathaneal Matlack
Nathaneal Matlack - 8 years ago
They can survive in captivity but you have to catch them young and let them go ounce they reach a certain size because they start to lose their natural instincts and cant really live in captivity. I believe that the Monterey Bay aquarium had one for a while but let it go. I believe that this is right but im 95% on it so don't quote me or anything.
Billy Sabol
Billy Sabol - 8 years ago
DAMN!!!
Anon Ymous
Anon Ymous - 8 years ago
i would pay to see a sloth in a suit
Venusstar22
Venusstar22 - 8 years ago
Patrolling the waters I see....not another fish in sight....lol
NinjaOnANinja
NinjaOnANinja - 8 years ago
Your bad grammar almost lead me into defending you. Learn to English you ass hole.
josh josh
josh josh - 8 years ago
CRAP
chris cosby
chris cosby - 8 years ago
looks like a big bull shark to me more tolerant of fresh and brackish waters
ebyfield5
ebyfield5 - 8 years ago
They can't survive for long. But they can survive. Besides, who said this was captivity.
CC Airsofters
CC Airsofters - 8 years ago
i think you meant they cant survive in fresh water
SuperBeat MachineMan
SuperBeat MachineMan - 8 years ago
That makes no sense lol
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
Thanks! That's what I do.
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
If I asked Who the fuck said it was in captivity, wouldn't that imply that perhaps it isn't, and there is more to the story than what everyone is assuming?
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
Not unless your name is Gilligan and your marooned after a 3 hour tour. That lagoon they were always talking about is what we in the North East call a salt pond.
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
In the North East a salt pond is nothing more than an estuary or lagoon. google "jaws shark in the pond". remember that? It's the same scenario. What your not seeing in the vid is how close it actually to open water
Jillian Ritter
Jillian Ritter - 8 years ago
Pond implies land locked...Maybe it was an error in titling.
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
Um, a salt pond is nothing more than a lagoon..not man made
sandman4132
sandman4132 - 8 years ago
If the shark is in a pond, then it can't get out. Sharks have very long migrations and whenever they are denied the open ocean they die unless they are still an adolescent.
Christine de Silva
Christine de Silva - 8 years ago
this is a salt pond
Christine de Silva
Christine de Silva - 8 years ago
sorry, I was there. This is a great white. If you were a "shark biologist" you would probably know about the first white sharks to be found in the Atlantic here in Chatham, Cape Cod and you would most likely spell "prey" correctly. Also, the sandbar shark is not found everywhere in the world
Lorna H
Lorna H - 8 years ago
You are wrong & I will correct you. It IS a great white as you can see by the white underbelly & snout shape. It's not uncommon for sharks to travel many, many miles from the ocean upstream into lakes, rivers,etc. Also, this shark is not in captivity-- whatever gave you that idea? (I'm a fish biologist)
Nathan Triepke
Nathan Triepke - 8 years ago
Bro you truly have sum good comebacks
Gio Pizzetti
Gio Pizzetti - 8 years ago
no great white shark has ever been born in a pond without being in captivity...
Sahadi420
Sahadi420 - 8 years ago
well you're a crappy biologist. It was all over the news. Think it was measured at 14 feet.
Samantha Wilson
Samantha Wilson - 8 years ago
Oh I c.
Allen Dai
Allen Dai - 8 years ago
bullshark not tigershark >.>
Garrus Vakarian
Garrus Vakarian - 8 years ago
He was saying to the other dude that the Bull shark is the only one that can swim in fresh water cause the other dude said only tiger sharks can swim in fresh water so you should be calling the other dude a dumbass.
KidBlue
KidBlue - 8 years ago
Who said it was in Captivity???
Belle Nerf
Belle Nerf - 8 years ago
Considering it's in a salt "pond" and not the ocean, yeah that sounds like a type of captivity.
Ransom Jackson
Ransom Jackson - 8 years ago
There are sharks that are only fresh water river sharks, there aren't any in the United States, but they come from the Glyphis family.
Adam Maddox
Adam Maddox - 8 years ago
I have no idea where i got that assumption xD
Av63PNT0
Av63PNT0 - 8 years ago
you should of just punched the guy for make such statements without thinking lolll
ProjectsBlack
ProjectsBlack - 8 years ago
You can identify a GW by looking at its nose and mouth, its unique, in fact they look like a granny with no teeth, you know when the jaw goes back lol Its ironic, you film a shark, tell them what it is and his lot call it radio controlled, not a great white because its in captivity, a bull shark, it was a clone sent by the illuminate to eat unsuspecting swimming children, a person in a suit. Its got that bad these days that they wont believe their own eyes,because of HAARP and holographic UFO's
Abe Buckoke
Abe Buckoke - 8 years ago
It says in a pond!
Janago White
Janago White - 8 years ago
Who the fuck said its in captivity? It says right there in the title that its in a salt pond in massachussets. I'm pretty sure this guy doesn't own a fucking pond and decided to put a great white in it. Like seriously bro? But anyways, yes thet can survive in captivity, and there is only one aquarium in the world that has one, and thats the monteray bay aquarium in California. The reason it can survive, is because, its tank is in the ocean, on the side of the aquarium.
Quenten Kelley
Quenten Kelley - 8 years ago
acually to say a great white have been spoted in fresh water if anyone knows of the attacks from 1916
rocketman63
rocketman63 - 8 years ago
It is definitely real. The shark was carried into the salt pond during an extreme high tide in stormy weather. She could not figure out how to escape, and eventually she had to be guided out! Re: fresh water, you've got the wrong shark. Lake Nicaragua sharks, Zambezi sharks, etc- all bull sharks. They can happily go back and forth from salt to fresh water, or stay in either one.
Tyler Phelps
Tyler Phelps - 8 years ago
The bull shark is NOT the "only" shark that can change salinity...
big cab
big cab - 8 years ago
um, because it's in a salt pond and not the ocean
John Miles
John Miles - 8 years ago
i believe its a bull shark
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
This isn't fresh water dumbass
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
measured at 14 feet
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
Who the fuck ever said it was in captivity?
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
You sir are a fucking idiot. You declare to the world you are a "shark biologist" and then can't id this animal. it is a GW. It was ID'd and tagged by Mass marine biologist, it was all over the news. click the link to vid #2.
john deblasio
john deblasio - 8 years ago
Bull shark is the only shark that can swim in fresh water dumb @ss
Mars Dreau
Mars Dreau - 8 years ago
Well I am a marine biologist/ ichthyologists that studies chondrichthyes (cartilaginous fish) aka shark biologist. That sir is no Great White. Lagoon depth and temperature are safe feeding and "nesting" territory for inshore sharks such as bull or sandbar, which can be found all over the world. The body shape of the long and narrow nose shown in this video indicates its a hydrodynamic hunter that is built for speed to catch its pray. That eliminates the bull shark since it uses bump and bite
BD L
BD L - 8 years ago
It is real but it's swimming in saltwater, what you said about tiger sharks is wrong, and not every great white is a full grown adult.
rkoApexPredator89
rkoApexPredator89 - 8 years ago
I'll back you up on this one with this video watch?v=wjeNgH8zGi8
Burgeezy
Burgeezy - 8 years ago
The majority of shark attacks happen in like 3ft of water...lol...Killer Whales come right up to shore to eat seals and they are larger than White Sharks. So I think you're wrong.
Captain Cocoa Puffs
Captain Cocoa Puffs - 8 years ago
This is a real great white shark. You people pretending to be marine biologists, this is a documented shark in a salt water estuary.
Adam Maddox
Adam Maddox - 8 years ago
Cant be a great white, none can survive in captivity so i've heard. Someone correct me if im wrong.
kill1308
kill1308 - 8 years ago
This is real guys, it's a well documented event.
xeokym
xeokym - 8 years ago
It's not remote controlled, you dolt! How is it moving/acting that makes you think it's an RC shark?! Real sharks swim exactly like that, very smooth. That's why they're a successful predator & haven't changed for millions of years. They glide effortlessly, barely making a stir, that's how they sneak up on their prey. You've been watching too much Mythbusters or something. 9___9
xeokym
xeokym - 8 years ago
I'm willing to bet that 99.9% of all the people claiming this is fake have never even SEEN a great white shark (or hell, any shark) for real in their lives. Great white sharks are all up & down the east coast & if there is an entrance to a salt water lagoon from the ocean (which usually there is, hence the reason it's not fresh water) it's absolutely possible, though not common, for sharks to swim in. Great whites can EASILY swim in 3' of water, shallow water does not bother them in the least.
DMZoutdoors,LLC
DMZoutdoors,LLC - 8 years ago
We were talking at work about the sharks tracked online. I mentioned the big white who hung out for a long time in Ocracoke. I have a good friend who was stationed where this happened (woods hole). Mass is prime white shark country and this fish entered a small salt pond chasing bait. For what it's worth this is absolutely real. check out Mass DNR report;google mass salt pond shark 2004.
amggilly305
amggilly305 - 8 years ago
i forgot theyre born full grown
nathan hirst
nathan hirst - 8 years ago
are you joking how the fuck do you think that ALL sharks beach themselves to catch seals ect
homodelphinus456
homodelphinus456 - 8 years ago
When i saw the first few seconds i thought it was a bull shark but then yeah definitely a great white
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
Apparently it does.
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
ok..your right maybe? I think..probably not
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
A salt pond is a North East term for a lagoon or estuary
Alex
Alex - 8 years ago
It doesn't take a marine biologist to figure out that a great white shark couldn't swim in 3 feet of shallow water. nice footage nonetheless.
Anika Allsom
Anika Allsom - 8 years ago
its not real and ti is not a fake great white
Kalon Cookie
Kalon Cookie - 8 years ago
how can a great white be in a pond????
Vincent Como
Vincent Como - 8 years ago
ITS IS A HUGE GREAT WHITE IN THAT POND
Dean Murray
Dean Murray - 8 years ago
hahahahaha I love it!!
Nash Wollard
Nash Wollard - 8 years ago
wow that is cool
jbarry31985
jbarry31985 - 8 years ago
Michaels in the pond!!!
ChemistTV
ChemistTV - 8 years ago
I don't think that's a great white it's too skinny to be a great white. And they tend to be bigger than that.
Louieitup
Louieitup - 8 years ago
It's a bull shark
Krydos
Krydos - 8 years ago
actually not a great white, its a tiger shark they are the only type of shark known to man that can swim in fresh water and salt water that and great whites are much bigger. (considering if this is real)
ggrtshh
ggrtshh - 8 years ago
lol there is no way that is a real shark
Conner Kent
Conner Kent - 8 years ago
Holy shit bro u totally got him what a dumbass, err looks like a giant RC shark what an idiot, do they even make those? wtf? hahaha oh man thanks for the laugh bro
iggy serrano
iggy serrano - 8 years ago
lets take a close look
Ace
Ace - 8 years ago
Hey... don't I know you somewhere?
SKYRIM PC Skyrim darknightstalker TV
SKYRIM PC Skyrim darknightstalker TV - 8 years ago
That's a Bull Shark not a great white
michael enochs
michael enochs - 8 years ago
Beautifully graceful.
ling roy
ling roy - 8 years ago
BWAHAHAHAHAHA best comment ive seen this year!!!! v4v u truly are a spastic
Sam.T.
Sam.T. - 8 years ago
it cant be real!can it?
Camas Robinson
Camas Robinson - 8 years ago
Well you dont see that every day
Holy Cannelloni
Holy Cannelloni - 8 years ago
I find sharks to be very graceful animals when in the water...not so much on dry land, but that's understandable.
Carson Vasallo
Carson Vasallo - 8 years ago
a giant catfish
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
You know that because of all the rc sharks you've studied.
maciverandy1
maciverandy1 - 8 years ago
it's amazing how effortlessly he moves through the water.
rsd338
rsd338 - 8 years ago
not fake you nutcake
Kevin Park
Kevin Park - 8 years ago
nah i must be a trout
Emeka Uwanekezi
Emeka Uwanekezi - 8 years ago
how the hell did a great white get in a pond??? someone put it there
HashSandwich
HashSandwich - 8 years ago
guys thats obviously just a big catfish = P
Skip Tindle
Skip Tindle - 8 years ago
Why do you think its fake?
RaleighStudies
RaleighStudies - 8 years ago
how can it move so fast while sitting still...
Kendra B
Kendra B - 8 years ago
duh
Brieanna Taylor
Brieanna Taylor - 8 years ago
Lol, Ikr, I'm thinking like: WTF is he doing there?...loL
Scipio
Scipio - 8 years ago
this for real?
VeniceDevil23
VeniceDevil23 - 8 years ago
this is a salt pond though. with a high enough salt content who knows, shark might not even notice a difference
VeniceDevil23
VeniceDevil23 - 8 years ago
No. shut up. This is definitely real
VeniceDevil23
VeniceDevil23 - 8 years ago
just chillin, having a couple beers and swimming down at the pond and you see that fin pop up coming towards you. So fucking sketchy.
Kitty Twine
Kitty Twine - 8 years ago
how did it get there ? my god where there is one there must be more. No more swimming at the pond.
Blockyman31
Blockyman31 - 8 years ago
You Are Correct,Sir
staggabob
staggabob - 8 years ago
Oh? Why's that then professor? Because you're a leading authority on shark behaviour and their habitats? I mean I'm sure you did your research, actually bothered to investigate a little before posting " Hurr Durr Faaaake!", right? So you'll know that great whites and other sharks are often seen in that part of the world? And it's not so hard to see how it could have got into the pond from the sea, if you were to actually look at a map. Which you didn't.
OneEyedJack1970
OneEyedJack1970 - 8 years ago
You can tell it's a white by the shape of the tail.
LowerTheBoom
LowerTheBoom - 8 years ago
Is that e a real shark.
Melvin McMangler
Melvin McMangler - 8 years ago
could be a salmon shark but yeah,the top fin looks more like a white shark,not a bull shark.
Mark Manser
Mark Manser - 8 years ago
cool but, ummmm wheres his face...?
TheTm9090
TheTm9090 - 8 years ago
actually, bull sharks are not the only sharks that can do that, they are just the most prevalent. Generally, white sharks avoid freshwater, but there are historical records showing them in there.
aiden kelly
aiden kelly - 8 years ago
you guys really think thats a real shark? first off look how it swims and what food would it eat in a salt lake? there $300 to buy a fakes shark i was looking at one a week ago
Sarah Belles
Sarah Belles - 8 years ago
Not a year-rounder but have been summering in The Cape my entire life 30+ years...if you have large seal populations, you've got Greats, and that's def. one
Sarah Belles
Sarah Belles - 8 years ago
Yeah James, Adam and writer are all right...it's a white, super common in The Cape...not a year-rounder, but have been coming up every summer my entire life 30+ years....anywhere you have big seal populations, the Greats are sure to follow!
flurng
flurng - 8 years ago
It's a DAMN-I'm-stuck-in-a-pond shark.
Michael Macauley
Michael Macauley - 8 years ago
Who else would want to jump in there and play 'Steve The Crocodile Hunter' with the shark? xD
John Lynch
John Lynch - 8 years ago
Iguess it is. At first I was thinking basking shark, but I think it's a Great White now that I look again. Not too huge though.
jayc1906
jayc1906 - 8 years ago
/watch?v=MDcEUBADJJI&feature=plcp .. watch this! i take back what i said haha
Ricardo Carvalho
Ricardo Carvalho - 8 years ago
not a GS
dalmanation
dalmanation - 8 years ago
see the pointed nose..a bull shark has a broader snout.
Kimbob664
Kimbob664 - 8 years ago
Now there's nowhere else to swim!!
Dalyan Five
Dalyan Five - 8 years ago
Folks, I live here--it was a great white (and they're very, very common around Cape Cod). Woods Hole happens to also be home to the world's most prestigious oceanographic institute, so, yeah--you're wrong about it being a bull shark. You know what's got a pointy head? You.
amber reese
amber reese - 8 years ago
I would of got out of there faster than anything haha
Paul Garcia
Paul Garcia - 8 years ago
who cares about what type of shark its is, THERE'S A HUGE SHARK IN A POND!
Uven Rampersad
Uven Rampersad - 8 years ago
that is not a great white it's a bull shark
Paramount Fishing
Paramount Fishing - 8 years ago
Wow...
sodbuster925
sodbuster925 - 8 years ago
i guarentee that is not a great white the snout is too pointed plus the girth is not wide enough
CatspitProductions
CatspitProductions - 8 years ago
Love how it slides through the water ;) Come get some Catspit~! ☠
devimage
devimage - 8 years ago
wtf now im scared of sea and rivers
adam vesely
adam vesely - 8 years ago
that is definately,positively,...absolutely, a white
homozaur
homozaur - 8 years ago
Sh-sh-shark! Shark in the pond!
Bigfishin' Custom Tackle
Bigfishin' Custom Tackle - 8 years ago
The head looks a little pointy to be a great white.
writerconsidered
writerconsidered - 8 years ago
i'm from mass.and I remember this shark. it happened a few yrs ago. a bad storm with an unusually high tide opened up this salt pond which let the shark in, then he was trapped there for about week until scientist could manage to get him out. it was down at the cape in falmouth, ironically right across the bay from woodshole oceanicraphic institute. they finally coaxed him out without harm and he's probably gobbling up seals to this day.
HenchmanSPARTA
HenchmanSPARTA - 8 years ago
you would absolutely kack yourself if you were in the water ha
rasmus rundqvist
rasmus rundqvist - 8 years ago
wtf
adrian5b
adrian5b - 8 years ago
to kill you right?
MoonSapphireDemon
MoonSapphireDemon - 8 years ago
Or a salt marsh?
gavin buckles
gavin buckles - 8 years ago
thats got to be a bull shark well unless the people put the shark in the pond and made it salt water
xGoodOldSmurfehx
xGoodOldSmurfehx - 8 years ago
hes like me so hungry no matter where i just ended up at, nomnomnomnomnom =D
relaxinandchillaxin
relaxinandchillaxin - 8 years ago
this video is totally legit. its more of a salt marsh but its called a pond up here. when the tide goes out its cut off. it was a couple years back and was stuck in there for about 5 weeks.
JB Thomas
JB Thomas - 8 years ago
Not the only shark. Bronze Whaler sharks display the same behavior.
lepayen
lepayen - 8 years ago
Okay, so it's not really in a pond, it's just in a cove. I'd be worried if there was a great white in a pond.
NarutoLokiFan
NarutoLokiFan - 8 years ago
warning swim at own risk!
MAKU_Visuals
MAKU_Visuals - 8 years ago
The nose tells you it's a great white... bull shark's nose = more blunt/round.
Ty Vargas
Ty Vargas - 8 years ago
Well no swimming there for me thanks
squarewave808
squarewave808 - 8 years ago
Definitely not a bull shark. Bull sharks have a broad, blunt snout.
What The
What The - 8 years ago
American Airlines
Vince Eral
Vince Eral - 8 years ago
Gigity
Gwen King
Gwen King - 8 years ago
looking for an afternoon snack
DNA Tech
DNA Tech - 8 years ago
That's one large Koi...
KhaanMan66
KhaanMan66 - 8 years ago
Its Jaaaaawwwwwsssss!!!!! Que the Jaws' theme song.
dominic rillo
dominic rillo - 8 years ago
quick jump in
Kiwidrumstick s
Kiwidrumstick s - 8 years ago
Great white, bull shark - who cares! It's a man eater!! What craziness would drive anyone to swim there anymore?!!?
Bryan Briggs
Bryan Briggs - 8 years ago
WTF??? That is crazy! Now I am absolutely no expert on sharks, but it does look like a great white to me, their head is more pointed, a bull sharks is more rounded..... as far as I know but could be wrong
Josh Orozco
Josh Orozco - 8 years ago
what's the shark doing in the pond in the first place
aramchek
aramchek - 8 years ago
You can tell by the shape of it's head that it's a white shark, bull sharks don't look like that.
michael scott
michael scott - 8 years ago
a bull shark/zambezi shark was caught in africa that measured in at 4m long.
michael scott
michael scott - 8 years ago
look at all of its features. one thing you should of noticed was its long snout. this is definitely not a bull shark its mearly a young great white. another thing is a bull shark has a short flat head.
michael scott
michael scott - 8 years ago
just by looking at its long snout i can tell you it is a great white but its fairly small
deejay young
deejay young - 8 years ago
it dose mine lol
NHL2nite
NHL2nite - 8 years ago
That's a White Shark,,,, Bull sharks don't get that long. Look at the dorsel to tail,,,Bull Sharks are darker and swim more eratically.
alanpaul160
alanpaul160 - 8 years ago
took a cab
themaskedmaniac5
themaskedmaniac5 - 8 years ago
looks more like a mako shark its too thin to be a bull
KiLLaJAllDaY215
KiLLaJAllDaY215 - 8 years ago
Bull sharks only get to be about 7 to 8 feet in length maybe 9 if lucky this shark is atleast 12 feet long and yeah it looks like a great white you can tell by the tip of its snout
Orcaluv26
Orcaluv26 - 8 years ago
awesome animal!!
Daren Cogdon
Daren Cogdon - 8 years ago
I don't want to be rude and tell you you're wrong. But this IS a great white. NOTHING about this shark says BULL SHARK. Go on, have a google. Or, you know, watch more Shark Week. Whatever.
mkstg12345
mkstg12345 - 8 years ago
not a bull shark. i see them in the indian river east coast fl. a lot. but i didn't know a white shark could do that.
NewKingofControversy P Kelley.
NewKingofControversy P Kelley. - 8 years ago
Is it me or does the theme from Jaws instantly play in your head while watching this?
Desirae Umehea
Desirae Umehea - 8 years ago
Its a bull shark. Great whites dont look like that.
Khono
Khono - 8 years ago
Wow, the wake for its fin is much greater than I thought it would be. Also, I've got battle music from Jagged Alliance 2 playing in the background and it goes amazingly with this video XD
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
GW, ID'D and tagged. There a is no river or stream associated with the location the shark was. it's connected to open water. Merely an opening along the shore where saltwater comes in and forms what looks like a pond. In the NE we call it a salt pond.
BiteythePossum
BiteythePossum - 8 years ago
are you sure thats not a bull shark? they actually swim up rivers and streams because they are the only sharks that can live in fresh or brackish water for a period of time. i know that says salt pond in the description but ive never heard of a great white doing that, thats y i asked if it were a bull shark
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
it swam there
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
woodshole 04
Conor O'Shaughnessy
Conor O'Shaughnessy - 8 years ago
How did it get in there!?!
togian755
togian755 - 8 years ago
Great white sharks HAVE occasionally swum up rivers, although not very often. In 1915 three of them were caught in a river in New Jersey (near Sandy Hook) following a rash of fatal shark attacks along the Jersey shore. None of the sharks caught were found to have killed and eaten people, but nonetheless it proves great whites DO sometimes swim up rivers.
Melissa Mcgowan
Melissa Mcgowan - 8 years ago
was wondering if this was in Hull Mssachusetts ????
efr89
efr89 - 8 years ago
Apple Maps :D
efr89
efr89 - 8 years ago
Omg thats crazy. He looks like a submarine
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
I accidently removed a comment inquiring the location. sorry! happened in 04. the lagoon or as we call salt pond the shark swam into was on private property
fatsweeps
fatsweeps - 8 years ago
proberly following his sat nav...
kaleighcarmichael
kaleighcarmichael - 8 years ago
Oohhhh shit would not wanna be in that pond...
Ivan Tomasevic
Ivan Tomasevic - 8 years ago
Go home shark you are drunk!
Mika Anon
Mika Anon - 8 years ago
Also, look at the snout. Great Whites have a pointier snout (if you wanna call it that, the "nose" area) than Bull sharks. Bull sharks have a rounded snout. Google it.
Mika Anon
Mika Anon - 8 years ago
Ps. Great whites aren't in zoo aquariums because no one knows how to keep them alive long term in them; also they've never bred in captivity.
TheCraigy111
TheCraigy111 - 8 years ago
We're gonna need a bigger boat
Adam Head
Adam Head - 8 years ago
Yea.. it does look like a GWS... They are known to go into rivers chasing food. Another fact.... there is so much we do not know about these sharks... such as where 50% of the year .... where they go to give birth and a lot of other things. Awesome video!
tanberetO
tanberetO - 8 years ago
Go home shark you're drunk!
Bobby Farley
Bobby Farley - 8 years ago
lol...ikr
thisguy8383
thisguy8383 - 8 years ago
Makes sense... since you had something else in the frame to compare it too...
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
Very uncommon for a great white to go into and then get it self stuck in such a shallow estuary let alone deeper estuaries. That's why people refuse to believe it..uncommon, not impossible
IgoRAZ12345
IgoRAZ12345 - 8 years ago
Great white in shallow waters?.. Its not common is it?
MrKorea
MrKorea - 8 years ago
your an idiot, great whites and bullshark are easily distinguishable, this is clearly not a bullshark!
KingofReverie
KingofReverie - 8 years ago
Well. I'm never going swimming in any Massachusett pond.
Jim Kelly
Jim Kelly - 8 years ago
most likely a young great white, possibly 5 years old around 8-10 ft. and there have been sightings of great whites near the shore. some noted to come near waste high water in some areas. and if its near a big body of water, great whites will go through those areas to hunt or possibly migrate
phil corm
phil corm - 8 years ago
this must be a baby shark bcs its one of the smalest shark i have ever seen in my entire life !!
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
but look..it's swimming in shallow water..that's how it got stuck there for a while
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
I appreciate that your able to see it's a white, but the matawon shark was never absolutely id'd. that far up stream we would have to assume it was a bull. This shark is far closer to open water than the surrounding landscape would lead you to think. it is in a lagoon what we call in NE a salt pond about 150 yards from open water.
Carolina Mudshark
Carolina Mudshark - 8 years ago
I'll clear the matter up for you guys once in for all-That's a white shark all the way.Most likely a juvenile that lost it's way while feeding near the mouth of the river.Bull sharks have a rounded type snout-notice the torpedo shape this shark has? I should know-I had a 13 footer swim right past me in a kelp forest while diving for urchin off Morro Bay,Ca. 25 years ago.It was so close to me we made eye contact- took one look at me and took off like a dog with it's tail between it's legs(LOL)...
Samantha Wilson
Samantha Wilson - 8 years ago
But sharks need big oceans to swim in.
dizzy dray
dizzy dray - 8 years ago
I love how peoplw doubt something they can see in person especially in murky ass brown disfiguring water. Shut up freaks.
Blair Hamilton
Blair Hamilton - 8 years ago
As this is a salt pond this animal could indeed be a Great White. It's certainly not a Bull shark, notice the conical snout, Bulls don't have that. If not a White then a shark that resembles one such as a large Mako or a Porbeagle. But it looks to me like a Great White.
Aiofe
Aiofe - 8 years ago
I would never take a swim in salt water ponds again, its scary!
Tsnore
Tsnore - 8 years ago
Fuck it; it's Jaws!
TheSnakeboy3998
TheSnakeboy3998 - 8 years ago
just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water
Nikki Nick
Nikki Nick - 8 years ago
people, give this guy a BREAK! this is just some cool ass footage...chill bros....chiiilll
benchpressme
benchpressme - 8 years ago
it's a great white, i remember i visited that area and went to a talk about great whites. They talked about this incident and concluded that it was a great white.
jasonskr1
jasonskr1 - 8 years ago
Wow people!! Trying to discredit...... look at the nose of this animal, then look at the snout of a Bull in detail, looks like a White to me!
Caton333
Caton333 - 8 years ago
Makos and GWs are the only species that have pointy noses like that fish and Makos are pelagic seldom coming inshore. Even if I hadn't read what the poster said about the expert's opinions, I'd still go with GW.
daryryanvideos
daryryanvideos - 8 years ago
good post. phukk the dum smart ass comments, everyone thinks they know better than everyone else. dont waste time responding to them
tongiuqep
tongiuqep - 8 years ago
Definitely looks like whitey...cool footage.
Spanishdog17
Spanishdog17 - 8 years ago
Watch part two. Look at the face at the beginning, you'll get a better look at it. It's clearly a Great White.
jrepnin
jrepnin - 8 years ago
ok..fact is your wrong..this happened in 04...marine biologist and news crews were there..if you read deeper into the comments..there are people who posted that recall this event...also click the link in the description, watch part two, you'll get a better view.
Brooke Murphy
Brooke Murphy - 8 years ago
I don't want to be rude and tell you your wrong. But, if a great white shark was to go into a river it would have a panic attack and go crazy. Great whites can't be in small places. That's why you don't see them in rivers or aquarims. Bull sharks are commonly mistaken for great Whites. And its okay if its not. It's still amazing footage of a beautiful footage or a shark. And one more thing about the shark. Its colors are off. A great white has a greyish tint. This one has a brownish tint.
351cu
351cu - 8 years ago
For all you experts who are bagging this vid, it's a great white, not a bull shark, it's in a shallow pond, not brackish, whatever that is? In Australia we get great whites in shallow estuaries and sometimes extremely close to shore. This is definitely possible.
Goytá F. Villela Jr.
Goytá F. Villela Jr. - 8 years ago
Funny how you had time to learn so much about great white sharks, but not to learn proper punctuation...
CleverMonkey42
CleverMonkey42 - 8 years ago
Wow, great vid!
steve Fowler
steve Fowler - 8 years ago
That one looked pretty damn big to me...it was creating it's own wake like a submarine for goodness sake...great vid.
fifteen23
fifteen23 - 8 years ago
during certain moon tides the salinity of the ponds increases so dramatically the great whites can survive in them. they don't take up residence, they are just passing through/exploring.
TheSnakeboy3998
TheSnakeboy3998 - 8 years ago
just when you think it is safe to go fishing
TheSnakeboy3998
TheSnakeboy3998 - 8 years ago
just when you think it is safe to go fishing jaws is back
ray c
ray c - 8 years ago
This is 100% real...My 2 girls were in the water swimming when this shark was sighted.
CaceyRose123
CaceyRose123 - 8 years ago
what the
H.B Badger
H.B Badger - 8 years ago
shoot it its comming right for us
jrepnin
jrepnin - 9 years ago
Title says "salt pond" Can you see the salt content in the water? The marine biologist who tagged this shark, ID'd as a great white. I guess a picture is not worth a thousand words.
doclambertdavid
doclambertdavid - 9 years ago
It is a Great White. The cone shape nose combined with the distinctive tail makes it a White. Bull Shark have a much rounder nose and have the upper fin of the tail longer than the lower. The video shows a typical white tail fin.
crystalwolf2006
crystalwolf2006 - 9 years ago
Pretty cool, though I think if I saw that I would have needed a clean pair of undies. How big was it?
crystalwolf2006
crystalwolf2006 - 9 years ago
Considering the shark IS there kinda answers your question.
Karissa Wildlight
Karissa Wildlight - 9 years ago
i dont know i just think tht some one made a contraption thing to look like a shark.....idk it just seems to convenient that u would just see one swim right next to a boat...
Robert Hess
Robert Hess - 9 years ago
That was definitely a white shark.
primer
primer - 9 years ago
salt pond..
jrepnin
jrepnin - 9 years ago
What was it about "salt pond" that slipped through the cracks of your mind?
impossibru1
impossibru1 - 9 years ago
Bull sharks are known for being found in freshwater, not whites. Back in 1916, 4 people were killed in a river 16 kilometers away from the ocean. It was a bullshark. Google "mad shark of new jeresey"
jarrod1685
jarrod1685 - 9 years ago
oh really
jrepnin
jrepnin - 9 years ago
How far inland is it?
kyle dapom
kyle dapom - 9 years ago
thats real weird for a great white to go as far as that inland,
Mike Saputra
Mike Saputra - 9 years ago
salt water?
shortiecanbrawl
shortiecanbrawl - 9 years ago
How lovely...
ShortFingeredShreder
ShortFingeredShreder - 9 years ago
I think the reason why people are saying it's a bull shark is because the uploader said that it was in a "salt pond". That's another name for a lagoon, I've never heard a lagoon called a salt pond before though.
ad john
ad john - 9 years ago
Im pretty sure this is a great white shark and not a bullshark. a bullshark has shorter and more round nose and a great white has the opposite.
Frank Gardner
Frank Gardner - 9 years ago
what pond in mass?
Josh N
Josh N - 9 years ago
Look at the Dorsal fin shape, that's a Great White.
J.
J. - 9 years ago
A sharks version of a small town.
jrepnin
jrepnin - 9 years ago
Of all the comments on this video, this is probably the first reply no one will argue with.
Karlett555
Karlett555 - 9 years ago
tadan... tadan... tatatata datata *Jaws theme song Ok, i am stupid sometimes.
jrepnin
jrepnin - 9 years ago
Is that a bluefish your holding?
L3thal Leader99
L3thal Leader99 - 9 years ago
shit i knew i forgot something wheres the fucking gps...
jrepnin
jrepnin - 9 years ago
Oh, and the comment you replied to was nothing more than sarcasm. The video evidence I was refering to is the video you just watched.
jrepnin
jrepnin - 9 years ago
Your facts are exactly that, facts, but irrelevant. This shark is not in captivity and this is not fresh water. Salt pond is in the title. I used to provide all the info in the description with a link to the source, with a full explanation, but people still didn't get it. Now there is a link in the desc. to part 2. that shows more of the shark.
Ryan Monroe
Ryan Monroe - 9 years ago
check out sharks-ocearch.verite.com. Ping most recent sharks and got back a a month on tracking activity. check out the path the great white took on the east coast of the US. It went into the harbor of Charleston, SC and up a river.
Shelby Tanachion
Shelby Tanachion - 9 years ago
Where was this at sir do u know by any chance
pedro henrique paixao uliana
pedro henrique paixao uliana - 9 years ago
Well tiger shark can so...
XxSwiftlySmoothxX
XxSwiftlySmoothxX - 9 years ago
2 facts about sharks: 1. great white sharks cant be kept in captivity and no one knows how, they just suddenly die. 2. bull sharks can go into fresh water but that water has to be connected to the ocean.
b cabañez
b cabañez - 9 years ago
not all sharks enter river estuaries. i think this shark got lost. bull sharks enter rivers like in africa
Lcfcluigi
Lcfcluigi - 9 years ago
and im sure if sharks stop they die ... or is that a myth
pam riggsby
pam riggsby - 9 years ago
other way around..they live in salt water ..can survive in fresh water for varying lengths of time...
Prionic77
Prionic77 - 9 years ago
I think you meant "fresh water".
Adam M
Adam M - 9 years ago
Both those species of shark you named live in the ocean, which is salt water, they live in salt water
FatRakoon
FatRakoon - 9 years ago
How is that so? Great whites are small when they are young and big the older they get! They dont start life as big as a boat you know.
FatRakoon
FatRakoon - 9 years ago
FRESHWATER Not SALTWATER : you mixed the two Both are fine in SaltWater, but they can only go into FRESHWATER for a limited time.
jamie livingstone
jamie livingstone - 9 years ago
bull sharks and great white but great white can only stay in salt water for 4 day bull sharks can sty in salt water for about 1 to 2 week long
jrepnin
jrepnin - 9 years ago
I believe it is possible. In fact, I think there is some video evidence of a shark in a salt pond or a coastal estuary. or what ever you want to call it, but yeah, I think I remember seeing that video. I'm going to try to remember where i saw that and get back to you. Hang tight.
Abel Lopez
Abel Lopez - 9 years ago
is it possible for a white shark to be there?
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​​​ ​​​​​​ ​ ​​​ - 9 years ago
I hope someone rescued it... Can't imagine it gets too much food in there.
Brooke Cooper
Brooke Cooper - 9 years ago
To small to be a great white
BonuxCouleur
BonuxCouleur - 9 years ago
It is not that surprising, most shark especially female during gestation would find a quieter spot than the high sea to deliver their pups, hunt for fish and so on. Higher pollution and noise can also be the cause of attraction for these sharks.
BonuxCouleur
BonuxCouleur - 9 years ago
Bull sharks don't have a pointy nose, they have a much rounder back, and the shape of the fin is also different. This is a white pointer, no doubt.
Jovial
Jovial - 9 years ago
Look at the dorsal fin, shape of the snout and whit underbelly. This is definitely a great white.
camau79
camau79 - 9 years ago
its a bull shark
GuitarQuest
GuitarQuest - 9 years ago
why not call it megeladon in a pond ( 100% REAL ) not fake !!
jrepnin
jrepnin - 9 years ago
"how dumb i am" keep commenting and we'll soon have an answer to that....
jrepnin
jrepnin - 9 years ago
First you stepped in shit, then you got it all over your hands while looking at your shoes, then you wiped it off on your shirt... classic
Haemous
Haemous - 9 years ago
Yeah i agree, there's been so many fake and unbelievable videos out there that people automatically get suspicious - and that's fine, but suspicion needs to find it's conclusion and I've concluded that, that is a real great white shark there based on it's white underbelly, the shape of it's head and it's dorsal fin and it's probably a baby passing through out of curiosity or lookin for food, i dunno - im no shark expert but i did an assignment in school on whitey's lol.
UberGangnam
UberGangnam - 9 years ago
bull sharks dont have a pointed nose. Their's is more broad and rounded.
Chris Miles
Chris Miles - 9 years ago
Never go swimming in Massachusetts
ALEXANDER YOUNG
ALEXANDER YOUNG - 9 years ago
how big is that pond?
Phillip Keel
Phillip Keel - 9 years ago
bull shark
Barakalla Robyn
Barakalla Robyn - 9 years ago
i want that remote control for xmas!!!
Ally Mickenzie
Ally Mickenzie - 9 years ago
You will never catch me in a lake or a river. Seen way to many shark movies and videos like this. I'm fine with swimming in my pool.
jrepnin
jrepnin - 9 years ago
you can't see the fins because the dark top blends in with its own shadow, on the bottom. Click the link in the description and check out the other vid
jrepnin
jrepnin - 9 years ago
Thank you. It's funny with all the fake junk on you tube, people can't except the truth, or real vid.
Carp3D1em
Carp3D1em - 9 years ago
Bull sharks have a rounded nose, White pointers have a pointed nose like this one.
Haemous
Haemous - 9 years ago
it's a great white shark. take notice of the name. IT HAS A FUCKING WHITE UNDERBELLY 0:10
jordanb1833
jordanb1833 - 9 years ago
go swim with it pussy
Naiad Rose
Naiad Rose - 9 years ago
Bull sharks are known for swimming up rivers, and they are the only species that can adapt to survive in fresh water. They have been found living in lakes, although that is rare. It is actually most likely that this is a Bull shark.
Isabel
Isabel - 9 years ago
I dying of laughter right now :'D
TheAsdfgh38
TheAsdfgh38 - 9 years ago
how dumb i am.... really it doesnt make any point what your saying it doesnt its not a great white period look at google images of what a great white looks like seriously, besides the one who is dumb here is the person who uploaded a video thinking it was something else of what it really is
Charl Mattig
Charl Mattig - 9 years ago
WTF!!!
TatesMods
TatesMods - 9 years ago
"fonally" Finally....
assassin1904
assassin1904 - 9 years ago
Fake. the dam thing has no eyes or pecteral fins
Mitch Nisley
Mitch Nisley - 9 years ago
fake
Logan Hand
Logan Hand - 9 years ago
how
jrepnin
jrepnin - 9 years ago
"I LOOKS LIKE A MACO SHARK" and you talk like popeye.
jrepnin
jrepnin - 9 years ago
"thats not a great white man" It's a great white shark. "know some knowledge" Your comment could be taken seriously except, you were in a big hurry to show how dumb you are.
racehellish
racehellish - 9 years ago
That settles it. Never swimming again.
TheAsdfgh38
TheAsdfgh38 - 9 years ago
thats not a great white man its a bull shark maybe get your facts straight know some knowledge
luis gonzalez
luis gonzalez - 9 years ago
I LOOKS LIKE A MACO SHARK
Sammantha Box
Sammantha Box - 9 years ago
Dadadadadadadadada
tilt1981
tilt1981 - 9 years ago
Bull sharks have a broad, flatter nose/snout like a tiger shark. The one in the video is much more pointed.
tyke471
tyke471 - 9 years ago
Now this might be a shock Gabrielle but like humans sharks are born small,then they grow bigger LMAO.
DCO
DCO - 9 years ago
just imagine if you went to take a dip in the water... fuck that
tumbipanther
tumbipanther - 9 years ago
It looks nothing like a Bull shark lol. It's a juvi Great white bud.
Chimaera Range
Chimaera Range - 9 years ago
That's a RC
Joe Dirt
Joe Dirt - 9 years ago
Well just in there are wrestle him outta the water ya pussy!
Inception
Inception - 9 years ago
Go home shark You're drunk
MaceFace
MaceFace - 9 years ago
now i want to swim ^^
jetaddicted
jetaddicted - 9 years ago
my mother in law won't swim in the sea because of the waves, would anyone be so kind as to tell me where exactly that pond is? :p
nick matthew
nick matthew - 9 years ago
if that is a great white it's a baby
Monte Walsh
Monte Walsh - 9 years ago
Do you understand the concept of low & high tides ? BTW...it's (TOO)
Jeremy Phillips
Jeremy Phillips - 9 years ago
that is a sturgeon not a shark
Gabrielle Linder
Gabrielle Linder - 9 years ago
is that actually a great white? it looks too small
defektev
defektev - 9 years ago
If the legends are true then he did.
Fantazayamaya
Fantazayamaya - 9 years ago
so...WHO WANTS TO GO SWIMMING :D?
s0meb0dyst0pme
s0meb0dyst0pme - 9 years ago
it is most def not a bull. a young great white - they are slim, they only get fat when older
WatchThatNoScope
WatchThatNoScope - 9 years ago
Damn smart ass...
Puffin On Rubber Smoke
Puffin On Rubber Smoke - 9 years ago
its probably a bull shark
jrepnin
jrepnin - 9 years ago
14 feet isn't exactly small..you know, fish have to "grow" to reach their full size. Do you think Hulk Hogan popped out of his mother at 6 foot 7inches. I have a feeling he didn't.
Jared Dawson
Jared Dawson - 9 years ago
thats like a pond wtf
jrepnin
jrepnin - 9 years ago
it was shallow, and that was the problem the shark had, because it was so shallow, the shark couldn't find its way out, and was there for two weeks. this happened in 04. marine fisheries fonally kept spraying it with water from a boat to guide it out.
jrepnin
jrepnin - 9 years ago
I don't know where I got it,,,it just does,,may have Scotch origin
Fran Šešok
Fran Šešok - 9 years ago
that's not a great white it's to shalow for him to be it's a bull shark
Absent Minded
Absent Minded - 9 years ago
This is the reason i'm scared to swim in any pond/lake even if its salt or not. >.<
sage runningfox
sage runningfox - 9 years ago
its fake its way to shallow:(
heidbrain
heidbrain - 9 years ago
just wondering, where do you get that heid means head ?
jrepnin
jrepnin - 9 years ago
Your user name is "heidbrain" which literally means Headbrain. Use your head brain and not the one that's up your ass. watch the other video
harrylongbaugh1
harrylongbaugh1 - 9 years ago
"We're gonna need a bigger boat "
heidbrain
heidbrain - 9 years ago
nothing looks right about this. it is a hoax. it is not a real shark.
Lindsey Cantrell
Lindsey Cantrell - 9 years ago
hey thats a bullshark i know because the snout is round and great white sharks are more aggressive and bullsharks can go pretty much anywhere u lease expected it
Marci Kunze
Marci Kunze - 9 years ago
:(
Anna-lee jenson
Anna-lee jenson - 9 years ago
ok that was wierd
jordan marshall
jordan marshall - 9 years ago
who would go in there any way man
chentudou
chentudou - 9 years ago
specifically?
benner2000
benner2000 - 9 years ago
I love watching sharks just cruise through water with such little effort.
KKB
KKB - 9 years ago
It sensed he was there and went down. Creepy. And yeah, this is no bull shark, either, too streamlined, like the great white, and classic dark gray on top. Just do some comparisons. Eerie and scary.
Daniel Beddow
Daniel Beddow - 9 years ago
lol
rauschundluxus
rauschundluxus - 9 years ago
smart explanation, gnargnar... thx!
CaptainNavarro1104
CaptainNavarro1104 - 9 years ago
Go home shark, you're drunk.
dgralow
dgralow - 9 years ago
Shark-tailed catfish obviously. You can tell by the generally sharky look of the thing and the fact it is agile as a cat. Not to mention it was in a shallow pond, it will feed from the bottom and occaisonally steal milk and cookies fromo passing boats.
Ferocitty
Ferocitty - 9 years ago
where exactly in massachusetts is this?
cb2000a
cb2000a - 9 years ago
Body shape is wrong for a great white...
flattsrocker15
flattsrocker15 - 9 years ago
did u not see the white belly? or how pointed the snout is? and thats a whitey dorsil fin!!!
Sam
Sam - 9 years ago
Go home shark, you're drunk.
Christopher marsh
Christopher marsh - 9 years ago
oh hell no if that shit was comming tword me id fuking beat it with sumthing
bbcdu26
bbcdu26 - 9 years ago
bull shark or great white, fuck that I'm not going in there.
jazee Dawg
jazee Dawg - 9 years ago
thats no great white
betheone613
betheone613 - 9 years ago
naww man bull sharks are shorter in comparison of fins to body length and they have rounded snouts not pointy i think this actually a great white
VaultCod4
VaultCod4 - 9 years ago
Shark : Hey Hey You, Pull My Tail. Man : Ok? Shark : RAAAAWR

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