Today, she just released new music!!!
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If you think sharks should be the most feared beasts in the ocean, you haven't seen the trailer for In the Heart of the Sea!
The Ron Howard epic recounts the story that inspired Herman Melville's Moby Dick — and features a whale that will probably make you reevaluate movie monsters!
Chris Hemsworth plays one of the crew members of a ship that was sunk by a large bull sperm whale.
The crew is then forced to survive on the open ocean for 90 days, and tries to take on the swimming beast that sunk their ship!
Check out the newest trailer (above) and go see In the Heart of the Sea in theaters December 11!
"When a whale would eat squid, I believe they would digest [it] in the whale's stomach, and the whale would throw it up out and everything that was in his stomach to break down the squid. It has this most potent, amazing, knee-buckling scent to women. I became voracious, I was like, 'I want it! I need more!' I kept grabbing it and smelling it like a little piglet."
[ Note: The scent of ambergris is now copied molecularly to safely remove whales from the equation. Yay science! ]
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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!
One day in Monterey Bay, several kayakers got a treat:
A bunch of whales stopped by to say what up! One of the kayakers even filmed the encounter and her reaction was incredible.
A giant humpback whale breached right next to her and
During the PBS show Sex in the Wild, anatomist Dr. Joy S. Reidenberg got up close with something seriously impressive.
She had the opportunity to carry out an autopsy on a dead, beached sperm whale.
As the whale was being moved, the penis was exposed.