Check out the hilarious exchange (below)!
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Well here's something you certainly don't hear everyday!
Harrison Williams has always had a flair for the extreme, but he took things to a whole new level with his latest "stunt" this weekend when he decided to climb onto a dead whale carcass!
On Saturday afternoon, the Quinns Rocks, Australia native was out on a boat with a few of his buddies when he spotted the dead whale and thought it would be funny to "surf" on it!
The only problem (other than the fact that this is TOTALLY disgusting) is once he mounted the whale, he noticed he was completely surrounded by tiger sharks looking for a meal!
It was an average Thursday, just a week ago, when something unbelievable happened at Cape Lookout National Seashore off the coast of North Carolina.
A shark feeding frenzy was caught on camera!!
Literally dozens of sharks were seen attacking a large school of blue fish. It looks like absolute chaos!
Battle of the titans right here!
A bunch of shark researchers, including one man named Adam Malski, were fifty miles off the shore of Australia when they captured on tape an extraordinary moment!
Two Great White sharks were spotted battling one another over a piece of bait, and the bigger one obviously dominated the smaller one!
These divers don't call themselves Shark Addicts for nothing, and their obsession with the beautiful and scary animals led them to do some serious good deed work!
Cameron Nimmo and Mickey Smith were recently diving in the waters of Jupiter, Florida when they came upon a silky shark that was in some serious pain!
We think someone may have been drinking the water on set of Sharknado 2: The Second One, because Tara Reid thinks that sharknadoes could actually occur in nature!
The 38-year-old actress recently revealed that while the probability is rare, a tornado sucking up a shark isn't impossible.
This is NOT OKAY. This is seriously just NOT.OKAY.AT.ALL.
How can people be so carelessly cruel?
We reported earlier about the terrible great white shark attack that happened in Manhattan Beach, California which was thought to be caused by a fisherman snagging it on their line.
Which, side note, fishing for great white sharks is ILLEGAL in CA.
Well, the extremely disturbing video shows the attack while it happens (but it is VERY far away so it's not graphic, per say) but it shows a disgusting side of
Talk about having the WORST July 5th ever!
Steven Robles THOUGHT he was gonna have a normal morning when he decided to go for a long distance swim with 14 of his friends in Manhattan Beach, California, but the fates were not favoring him that morning!
While nearing the end of the 50-year-old's swim from Hermosa Beach to Manhattan Beach (around 9:30 a.m.) Steven was around the MB pier when the SEVEN FOOT GREAT WHITE SHARK decided to attack him!