This handy shark-shaped bar tool is ready to chomp down and pop open beer and soda bottles, and its head doubles as a corkscrew, so it opens wine bottles too. Available in brass, copper, or chrome finishes.
The perfect way to serve up melon at parties. This ceramic watermelon-slash-shark will hold onto your fruit or other snacks, and is way easier and more permanent way to do it than carving one from an actual watermelon. You Martha Stewart types can try that instead.
If you’ve ever considered diving in a shark cage, you might rethink that after watching this video, in which a great white swam right through the bars, with a diver inside. Incredibly, the guy wasn’t injured, but we can imagine his wetsuit is a few shades more brown now.
You’re gonna need a smaller serving. AviCeramics makes beautiful serving stoneware plates that use an open shark’s mouth for condiments. Use it to hold sushi, wings, veggies and more. AviCeramics also makes a matching stoneware spoon that looks like a diver’s dismembered leg.
The Revillagigedo Islands are known as Mexico’s little Galapagos – they’re small yet teeming with life, including dozens of endemic species. The Smithsonian explored the smallest island, Roca Partida, a diving spot known for its congregation of sharks, whales and more.
Airbnb UK teamed up with the Aquarium de Paris to create the ultimate sleeping experience for shark fiends. The watertight, transparent walled room dangles inside a shark-filled tank. It’s being offered up to one lucky contest winner from 4/11-4/13/16. Enter to win here.