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Shark Week is the best time of the year (suck it winter holidays). In honor of the occasion we're gifting you with this fishy video treat!
Here's a special clip for the Discovery channel's magical programing on diving with
Okay, we admit it, we're not as open minded about the sharp tooth creatures as we should be. But the Florida state Aquarium is trying hard to fight shark's scary rep by offering classes (for peps much braver than us) on diving with the sharks!!
First this six-year-old girl gets bitten by a shark, and now she's talking on national TV!
Lucy Mangum, from North Carolina, is recovering after she got bitten so severely by the shark last week that the doctors lost count of how many stitches she had to get.
The shark bit Lucy in just 18-inches of water.
The cuties says she forgives the animal for attacking her but said she definitely likes dolphins better. LOL! How cute is that??
Her parents say this has not deterred them from going back to the beach or Lucy from going back into the water.
This must be the world's bravest dog!
Sorry Lassie, you may have saved Timmy from the well - but you never fought a shark!
The Aussie filming the action says exactly what you're thinking (but with an accent):
"The dog's biting the shark! The dog is underwater with the shark! What the hell!"
You gotta see this bitch for yourself!
John Patrick Byrne, 38, became a kind of celebrity after this video showed him rescuing Barney the rabbit from the river.
He said he had been sitting on O'Connell Bridge about ten days ago, when a youth grabbed his rabbit by the ears, flinging him into the water.
The brave Mr. Byrne was given an award by the Animal Rights Action Network.
Not to be outdone, we are offering John the Adorbulous Rescuer Award! It's super prestigious and totes made up.
We're sure he's honored.
He may not be fluffy or cuddly - but we think he's totes adorbz!
They haven't had rain in Texas in months so it's super hot and dry. Thats probably why this baby armadillo bravely came straight up to the people for a drink of water out of the hose.
For the sake of those less brave armadillos out there (and the people) we sure hope it rains soon!
When a fire ripped through country star Trace Adkins's family home in Brentwood, Tenn., in early June, the singer's family – which includes girls MacKenzie, 13, Brianna, 9 and Trinity, 6, – lost everything.
But thanks to the bravery of daughter Brianna, their two dogs survived the blaze, which was caused by a faulty power strip beneath Adkins's workbench.
When the fire started Adkins and his wife were not home, but the nanny and their daughters escaped quickly, but Bri had to go back for her dogs.
"A neighbor tried to stop her. But she wouldn't be stopped. They're her puppies. [Brianna] has severe allergies and this is one of the only breeds that she can have."
Adkins explained, adding that he is so proud of his little hero.
The fire destroyed most of the family's home, but doesn't bother Trace. He feels lucky to still have his family and his home.
"We're good. We're fortunate. We don't have any room to put stuff – but we don't have stuff anymore!"
[Image via Getty Images.]