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Drone Footage Of Sharks Going Full Feeding Frenzy On Whale In Australia

Shark Week raises awareness about shark conservation and teaches us to fear sharks less, but then we watch a video of sharks going into full feeding frenzy mode on a whale and fear creeps right back in again.

We humans can't help but be afraid of one hungry shark, so how can we be expected to keep our cool knowing more than 70 sharks will gather in one place to chow down on a whale?

(YouTube Link)

This drone footage was shot near Shark Bay in Gascoyne, Western Australia, but as educational films like Sharknado, Sand Sharks and Avalanche Sharks show us a bunch of sharks can attack anywhere at any time.

Which is why I carry a can of shark repellant with me wherever I go...

-Via Boing Boing


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