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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Captain Ron, Feb 13, 2017.
Great White Shark Spotted Swimming 10km Inland - Australia
I know it's not rational, but I'd whole lots rather be eaten by a bear than a shark.
Is that salt-water 10km inland?
Many large sharks can survive for days in fresh water. One theory is that they get attracted to electrical impulses up river near populated areas.
Bull sharks have their own salt gland and can stay in fresh water for months. They have been all the way to the first dam on the Mississippi at Alton,IL.
It's a Bull shark. Bull sharks an swim in fresh water, Great Whites can't.
There are also "river sharks" in some areas of the world. Australia being one of them, but I think they are much smaller than a that.
Oh great. Like pythons were not enough of a source of toilet nightmares at 3 am.
The original crocodile hunter.
Bass Fishing in Florida.
Australia is a death trap.
While all that is true, the shark in the video is indeed a juvenile white shark. The river likely had a high enough salinity level to support him/her for a short time.
Boy, that's a tough one.
That is not a bull. It is undoubtably a white. The fins and headshape not to mention white underbelly are unquestionably white pointer.
Nope ...... Cougar would be a better choice.
beat me to it , thats a great white .
years ago on trip over there we went on a great white cage dive . its still one of the most in awe of anything i ever experienced . if given the chance do it , its got to be on a bucket list.
Just when you start to recover from the trauma...
Can't catch a break, can you Bruce?
Note to self....do not go to Australia ever.. between the spiders, sharks, snakes and other deadly creatures.....then you have the outback