Prove to your friends that you’re a real shark-hunter with this fake shark head trophy, cast from resin by White Faux Taxidermy. Measures 8.25″(h) x 15.5″(w) x 16″(d). Custom finishes also available.
Lisa Grossman made these awesome knitted shark-themed socks. The left sock is devouring its way up to the ankle, while the other has eaten all but the right toes. Sadly, they’re not yet for sale.
Knob Creek Metal Arts handmakes these killer shark bookends – perfect for standing up your collection of marine biology books or your Jaws and Sharktopus discs. Hammerhead also available.
Shark experts shower praise and props to the famous predator in this auto-tuned remix made by John D. Boswell (Symphony of Science) aka melodysheep for Discovery Channel’s Shark Week.
If you’re ok with never stepping in the ocean again, then please fill your screen with this amazing HD footage of sharks attacking seal decoys caught with a high speed camera. Jeepers creepers indeed.
You’d think that divers would have learned their lesson. You never want to leave your camera for even a second when there are sharks around. Best comment: “he took it to a prawn shop.”
With Shark Week coming up, there’s no better way to take care of your dirty socks and undies but to feed them to this floor-standing great white laundry shark hamper by ultramaryna. Sold out for now.
Diver Jim Abernethy was underwater capturing footage of a blue marlin, when out of the depths a 10-foot-long mako shark pops into the frame, giving him one serious pants-wetting moment.
Ever since Jaws, Hollywood just can’t seem to let go of the shark attack genre. In this over-the-top flick, a supermarket turns into a watery, shark-infested grave when a tsunami strikes. Yeah, right.
Steven Spielberg’s summer blockbuster Jaws gets the high-definition treatment – with 7.1 upmixed soundtrack – as part of Universal Studios’ 100th anniversary. You’re gonna need a bigger TV.
…are a Shark’s Best Friend. At least that’s the message conveyed by Nils285’s tee of a shark with razor-sharp diamond choppers, ready to cut glass, chew you up, and spit your out. (Thanks, Darren!)
Freedivers with great white sharks. They say they are safe because they “adopt a proactive behavior” with the animals. Hard to do that when the shark can smell us peeing our wetsuits.
In the new book, 100 Facts About Sharks, you’ll learn dozens of things you never knew about sharks – all of which are completely fabricated. Wonder if their book about pandas is any more accurate.
You’re sipping on your morning cup of Maxwell House… as you ease into the day, you near the bottom of your cup… about ready for a refill… when TINY SHARK! SWIM! PADDLE FASTER! RUN!
Look cool cracking some brews open with CXXVI’s shark necklace; it’s heated in a coal forge, hand hammered on a 130 year old anvil and coated lightly with beeswax to preserve its appearance.
Shark Week’s coming up fast, but don’t believe all the media hype. As Christina Zenato here shows us, sharks aren’t really the ruthless killing machines Hollywood wants you to believe.
We can’t get the shark attack theme from Jaws out of our minds when we look at designer Aleksandr Mukomelov’s shark fin lamp. And just when we thought it was safe to go back in the living room.
We never thought we’d ever say it’s ever okay to stick your hand into a shark’s mouth, but we see an exception has been found here in these funny neoprene oven mitts from Fred Flare.
Sean McNamara’s Soul Surfer is the inspiring true story of teen surfer Bethany Hamilton, who lost her arm in a shark attack and courageously overcame all odds to become a champion again. Out in April.
While we wish this thing were the size of an actual airplane, this remote-controlled flying shark-plane is still pretty damned awesome. Head-mounted laser beam not included.
Depth puts gamers on one of two teams: divers or sharks. Divers seek treasure, sharks try to kill them, but can only see wild thrashing or blood, making for the ultimate game of hide-and-seek.
Syfy’s awesomely bad Sharktopus hits the cable and satellite waves in less than a week (on 9/25), and we’re stoked. Here’s the new sneak preview of Roger Corman’s latest masterpiece.
Despite the fact that Patrick Walsh and Paul Damgaard were inside of a “protective” shark cage, the 2-ton, 15 foot-long Great White headed their way isn’t going to let that get in his way.
Hector Lopez‘ illustration combines three of our favorite things, sharks, giant dinosaurs, and robots. This thing needs to be made real, or at least turned into a movie on the SyFy channel.
Watch out! The gators have company. Kristy Swanson and DB Sweeney make their respective comebacks in the adequately named Swamp Shark, coming to the SyFy channel next summer.
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