From opening the Circus tour (watch that here) to now THIS!
Reunited with Godney!
Such a special moment!
Check it out above!!!
This is incredible.
A scuba diver diving 70 feet close to the Cayman Islands is lucky to be alive!
Jason Dimitri was capturing a lionfish when suddenly a Caribbean reef shark sharknadoed him!
The scuba diver was able to fend off the shark's multiple attacks against him with
The award goes to Florida! For being the #1 best place in the world to get attacked by a shark!
You don't even have to provoke them! Just swim around a while and if you're lucky, some hungry beast might try to take a chunk out of you!
Life is a magical, magical thing — and we have the proof RIGHT HERE!
Tara Reid and Ian Ziering have officially signed on to do Sharknado 2!!
This summer — July, specifically — is when NYC will have to brace itself for it's worst problems in history… being plagued by storm-riding sharks in Sharknado 2: The Second One, the sequel to the social media phenomenon from last year.
We're not sure how bad your luck has to be to get caught in a rare Sharknado even twice, but
Ricky Gervais is always more than willing to throw in his two cents.
Especially if the topic of discussion is related to animals, the environment or some combo of the two.
We previously mentioned that Western Australia had begun a government-sponsored, controversial shark culling program.
Since seven people have been killed in shark attacks off the coast of Western Australia the government has implemented a controversial culling program.
The government program uses hooked lines attached to floating drums to capture sharks so they can later be killed.
Australia's federal environment minister granted Western Australia an exemption under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act which has allowed them to hunt sharks like the normally protected Great White.
Conservationists are obviously upset, with a Sea Shepherd (the famous anti-whaling vessel) spokesperson saying:
Shaun Harrington, an Australian man, must have huevos of steel and a brain of pudding.
Because he went shark diving in nothing but a bird cage!
He heard there was a six to eight foot long tiger shark swimming around the waters off Coolangatta, Queensland, so, um (naturally?), he grabbed a bird cage and got his butt to the open water.
He quickly decided he didn't want to be in the water anymore and started to get out, leaving the cage.
Until the shark charged him!!
So, how many appendages does this genius lose??
Check out the video (above) to find out!
Leonardo DiCaprio is the best thing ever. There. We said it.
Now that that's out of the way, we can go on gushing about how amazing he is and how much good he does for the world.
While on Ellen, Leo was talking about all the amazing movies he's done, his philanthropic endeavors and his adventures!
He's done all sorts of things, like riding elephants while searching for tigers and swimming with great white sharks.
One time, while swimming in a shark cage near a great white, the shark actually made its way INSIDE the cage!!
Oh noes!! Leo must've been terrified!
Did he survive this awful close encounter? Or did he perish, all alone at the bottom of the ocean?
Check out the video (above) to find out if he lived or died!!