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Heavenly Underwater Photos of the Rare Angel Shark Captured for the First Time in Wales
A photographer captured the first images of a juvenile angel shark enjoying the waters of Wales and is using the pictures to help protect the critically endangered shark species RELATED: Scientists Capture Great White Shark Feeding Frenzy Near Cape Cod on Video Angel sharks are listed as critically endangered on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Natural Resources Wales (NRW) and ZSL started Angel Shark Project: Wales together to "work with local communities and fishers to gather angel shark records, alongside carrying out research to better understand the ecology of the species in Wales," per ZSL's release.
The hair-raising moment a shark was spotted mere feet away from a young child has been caught on camera.
11-year-old Tanner Brasol was competing in a Gnarly Charley's Grom Surfing Series contest off the coast of Satellite Beach, Florida, on Saturday, when he had a close encounter with several of the predators.
An onlooker captured one of theon camera. Charley Hajek, who organizes the series of contests, told Newsweek that it was a blacktip.
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Three years after great white shark attacks caused one death and rocked beachgoers, shark-related tourism has grown in the vacation destination of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Local shops in Chatham sell shark-themed apparel and other knickknacks, with jaws on illustrated sharks open wide and revealing large pointed teeth. WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT SHARKS ON US COASTLINES Interested parties are able to join charter boat operators on great white shark tours near the coastline for a fee. Cape Cod hosts about 4 million visitors a year, who bring in more than $1 billion in tourism spending and support thousands of jobs.
The shark can be seen lurking just below the water's surface as the sun illuminates a rising wave, with Brasol moving towards the shore on his surfboard a few feet in front of it.
The crest of the wave then lifts Brasol high above the water's surface, before breaking on the shore.
Initially, Brasol can be seen paddling calmly towards the water's edge, but he picks up pace when the onlookers spot the shark behind him and tension audibly rises.
"I teach kids to respect the ocean," Hajek told Newsweek via email. "They listened and came in when they saw a blacktip chasing after a pod of fish."
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"I was very scared. I was just like 'this is not good,'" Tanner told Click Orlando. "That shark he's not happy that I was in his bait. He thought I was competition for that bait."
Teen surfer bitten by shark off Florida beach escapes with 9 stitches
Surfer Doyle Nielsen had been catching waves at Ponce Inlet, on the east coast of Florida, for about 40 minutes when a shark slammed into him and bit his arm. © Courtesy Doyle Nielsen Doyle Nielsen, left, and his brother Logan were surfing on September 9 at Ponce Inlet, Florida, when a shark bit Doyle's arm. "It felt like something hitting me super hard on the right side and kind of my back, and then I saw some motion, as it was hitting me, but I couldn't tell what it was until a second later," the 16-year-old told CNN.
According to the boy's mother, Kelly Brasol, the video shows the final moments of an incident involving at least two sharks.
"It was like a scene from a movie, almost like two submarines coming up and you see the dorsal fins and then the next thing you know it's like [splashing noise] all over right behind Tanner," she said.
"[The person filming] got the part where everything was finally a little bit of a relief. That's where the video that you see picks up where Tanner had just gotten out of the bait pod.
"What was still terrifying though is you could still see in the video one of the sharks was very interested in him and continued to follow him."
The person who uploaded the video, which is set to dramatic music, praised the boy's "cool and calm demeanor," and said that he set "an excellent example of how to handle yourself when interacting with sharks."
Brasol later returned to the water when it was deemed safe enough for the contest to continue, and scored the most points in his age group.
A surfer has died after suffering catastrophic injuries in a shark attack
Many locals were in the water when the man was attacked by a shark and had his arm bitten off in New South Wales, Australia, on Sunday.The man, who was in his 30's, was surfing off Shelly and Emerald beaches in Coffs Harbour when the attack happened. He has not yet been named.
The waters offare home to numerous shark species, including , lemon sharks, tiger sharks, great hammerheads, and reef sharks.
Incidents are rare, with a total of 57 unprovoked shark attacks confirmed worldwide in 2020 by the Florida Museum's International Shark Attack File. 16 of these took place off the coast of Florida, and 61 percent of total global attacks involved surfers.
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NEW YORK (AP) — The film business is inherently full of starts and stops, but few have experienced the phrase “hurry up and wait” quite like “No Time to Die” director Cary Fukunaga. Fukunaga, the 44-year-old filmmaker of “Beasts of No Nation” and the first season of “True Detective,” took the job directing the 25th Bond film after Danny Boyle dropped out. What followed was, for a big-budget movie like “No Time to Die,” a sprint to rewrite the script (with Neal Purvis, Robert Wade and Phoebe Waller-Bridge), begin production in spring 2019, wrap by the fall and have the film ready for release in April 2020.