A group of scientists in Hawaii equipped sharks with video cameras, and the resulting footage teaches us new things about how they live.
In an effort to warn beachgoers of nearby sharks, scientists in Western Austria rigged 320 of the sharped-toothed menaces with transmitters that tweet when they're too close to shore.
Here's a breakthrough in our continuing battle with sharks: an invisibility cloak of sorts.
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Whenever I see one of those massive public aquariums, I wonder just how thick that glass has to be. Apparently, someone at a shopping mall in China didn't work out the answer to that question accurately enough, because the giant front window of a huge tank holding recently gave way, flooding the onlookers with a 33 ton wave of water and sharks.
Michael Muller, professional photographer, is no slouch. He and two others have patented a system to take 1,200 watt strobe lights underwater. The next step was to introduce his invention to great white and bull sharks.
If the Discovery Channel has taught us anything, it's that any human who steps in the ocean will almost definitely be devoured by a great white shark. (Save yer comment, it's not true). Thankfully scientists have devised a novel way to track these finned maniacs all through the ocean, and yes, it has an app.
From the people who brought us Canned Unicorn Meat and the playable Electronic Rock Guitar T-shirt, comes a new gift to the world: a chance to become a geek cultural icon! ThinkGeek has opened its creative process to the "smart masses" with its new IdeaFactory.
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