Natural beauty.

"No ducks were harmed in the filming of this video."

Yeah right, ask the duck.

*****

adikdikisasmallantelope:

I wish news here was this awesome. Ours is total bullshark.

thedailywhat:

This Is Slightly Uncomfortable To Watch, You Should Watch It of the Day: Today co-host Karl Stefanovic is back doing what he does best: Making everything awkward. (Good stuff starts @ 1:38.)

[thd.]

(Source: thedailywhat)

World record weight for a Tiger Shark: 575 lbs. 
Think they caught it with a climbing rope?

World record weight for a Tiger Shark: 575 lbs.

Think they caught it with a climbing rope?

Irony That Bites.

Florida Restaurant Serves Free Sushi to Shark Attack Victims.

Outside’s Take: Is a shark roll on the menu?

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Running Gear: This summer’s top road and trail shoes
Tools: The seven best fitness apps
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FEATURING

The Apocalypse Handbook: Outside’s comprehensive guide to surviving disasters, both natural and man-made, from devastating plagues to cataclysmic wildfires to planet-poisoning meltdown.

Shark Bait: Cage diving off the coast of South Africa—are sharks beginning to think of humans as food?

Running Gear: This summer’s top road and trail shoes

Tools: The seven best fitness apps

And more…

Snag your copy of Outside’s August issue here

Discovery’s Shark Week (starting July 31) is one of our favorite weeks of the year. Despite all the studies proving excessive TV deteriorates your health, it’s the one week we’ll couch-it, glued to the screen, lapping up hours upon hours of sharks. Sharks on the hunt, sharks attacking people, sharks in their natural habitat, endangered sharks, big sharks, little sharks, even the weirdest sharks. So what’s the big deal with sharks? Watch. Find out. Become addicted. The count down begins now.
Photo: Joi/Flickr

Discovery’s Shark Week (starting July 31) is one of our favorite weeks of the year. Despite all the studies proving excessive TV deteriorates your health, it’s the one week we’ll couch-it, glued to the screen, lapping up hours upon hours of sharks. Sharks on the hunt, sharks attacking people, sharks in their natural habitat, endangered sharks, big sharks, little sharks, even the weirdest sharks. So what’s the big deal with sharks? Watch. Find out. Become addicted. The count down begins now.

Photo: Joi/Flickr