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5 Megalodon Caught on Tape & Spotted In Real Life! Description: The Megalodon is a prehistoric creature resembling a shark, but much bigger and more vicious. Megalodon or “big tooth is a species of 20-yards-long sharks that lived between 23 and 2.6 million years ago. Its teeth were 7 inches long and could tear through meat like butter. This massive monster is considered to be the most powerful predator in history. But some say that specimens of the terrifying fish still live in our waters today. Here are 5 Megalodons caught on camera & spotted in real life part two. #5 Cape Town Megalodon Attack https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1A8LB4KXGkg On a charter fishing boat, off the coast of Cape Town, South Africa, four friends decide to take a fishing trip. One of the girls on the ship says they are off to catch the biggest fish they can find, but it seems like maybe the biggest fish found them. The boat suffers an enormous blow, the camera falls to the floor and you can hear the friend’s voices screaming. Later, news reports claimed that the bodies of the four people could not be found. Investigators also found the boat either bitten or torn in half. #4 Not Quite Biting Today...Wait, Yes They Are https://blindside.me/ Imagine sitting on a boat, enjoying a beer and fishing when you see a much bigger fish than you bargained on. The man in this video captures two fins approaching his boat. His fright escalates when see how far apart the dorsal fin and the upper lobe are from one another.. The fisherman finally panics, but captures a terrific up-close image of the gigantic monster of the deep. If the video isn't a forgery, there is no question that the size of the fish makes it a real-life present-day Megalodon. #3 Kayak Catastrophe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcFcy6v4yeo Almost any shark can be terrifying. But 42 footer right in front of your kayak? This incident happened to one unlucky kayak enthusiast on his day off. As the giant black shark approaches the hobbyist, you can see the man trying to paddle away from certain death. Compared to this brutal doom, they actually had it easy in the movie Deliverance. #2 Megalodon Attacks A Whale https://www.youtube.com/watch?annotation_id=annotation_3715886429&feature=iv&src_vid=i77ZXdhe148&v=n-H8pgyqdIg The whale is the biggest creature to roam in the depths of the ocean. A whale's surface splash is a tremendous visual. But this time, the whale's breathing is interrupted by a Megalodon, and what happens next has been called a clash of the titans. But what happens when this event is ruined by a battle of the titans. A whale fighting a Megalodon. Unfortunately, we don't have a happy ending to report - the Megalodon makes a meal out of a chunk of the whale's tail, wounding the beautiful giant. #1 Chile Today, Shark Tomorrow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWyGsjWHHEA Governments have often placed underwater cameras on the sea floor to monitor the behavior of marine life. The cameras have spotted some astounding things over the years, and private-sector investigators have followed suit with aquatic cameras of their own. One young man from Chile who placed a camera in the Pacific Ocean captured the image of an unusually large fish and immediately reported it to authorities. By synchronizing frames of video and doing some calculations, marine biologists determined the size of the animal...an astonishing 62 feet. Being skeptical, they re- calculated their results and got the same amazing result. This could be real life evidence that the Megalodon exists! Background Music: BG Music Template: Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ For copyright matters please contact us: OfficialAmerikano@hotmail.com _________________________________________________________________ Thank you so much for watching! Smash that like button for more, make sure you share the video with your friends and dont forget to subscribe! Make sure to follow me here: https://twitter.com/Top5sFinest
Music: "There She Is" by Dhruva Aliman (links below) ...“Love” and “affection” are terms not commonly used to describe encounters with large sharks, but they’re used repeatedly by Jim Abernethy to narrate his recent get-together with a large tiger shark known as Tarantino. The special reunion at Tiger Beach in the Bahamas was videotaped and footage shows Tarantino swimming into the arms of Abernethy, and seeming to crave his caresses much like an affectionate dog craves those of its owner after a prolonged absence. As Abernethy and the shark are swept down current, he returns to the camera and Tarantino follows, again swimming into his arms. This happens twice in the footage. “I could tell she had missed it,” Abernethy says of an apex predator he refers to as an “old friend.” To be sure, Tiger Beach is a special place, known as a destination where close encounters can be enjoyed in what many consider to be a relatively safe environment. The predators are fed during commercial dive operations, and many distinctive sharks have been given names. Veteran divers such as Abernethy, who runs Jim Abernethy’s Scuba Adventures, claim to have developed special relationships with some of those sharks. Though there are bound to be critics of people “tempting fate” with such close interactions, Abernethy, who was once bitten by a lemon shark, was hoping his footage would send a message. “I wish there was some way that I could get the world to see what these beautiful creatures are really like,” he says, “so we could end the needless slaughter and keep our oceans healthy, not only for them but for our own existence on the planet.” Music: "There She Is" by Dhruva Aliman https://dhruvaaliman.bandcamp.com/album/hello-moon http://www.dhruvaaliman.com/ Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/artist/5XiFCr9iBKE6Cupltgnlet
Max recounts his first and, up to this point, last meeting with Sharkboy and Lavagirl. In this scene: Max (Cayden Boyd), Sharkboy (Taylor Lautner), Lavagirl (Taylor Dooley) About The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl: Everyone always knew that Max had a wild imagination, but no one believed that his wildest creations -- a boy raised by watchful great white sharks and a girl with the force of a volcano -- were real. Now, these two pint-sized action masters will show Max that even an ordinary kid has what it takes to be extraordinary. About Miramax: Miramax is a global film and television studio best known for its highly acclaimed, original content. Connect with Miramax Online: Subscribe to Miramax on YOUTUBE: https://goo.gl/h47JXQ Follow Miramax on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/miramax Follow Miramax on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/miramax/ Follow Miramax on PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/Miramax/ Follow Miramax on TUMBLR: http://miramax.tumblr.com/ Visit Miramax on our WEBSITE: https://www.miramax.com/ The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl | 'Origin Story' (HD) | MIRAMAX https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKVV4hPEDc4
All new Movie Trailers from the past week! 00:03 The Meg 03:12 Solo A Star Wars Story 05:22 Avengers Infinity War 07:05 Incredibles 2 09:20 Ocean's 8 11:21 Dark Crimes 13:31 American Animals 15:48 Future World 17:48 Mary Shelly 19:49 Hot Summer Nights 22:13 The Con is On 24:14 Dude
My CONCEPT TRAILER for a sequel/reboot to Steven Spielberg's iconic blockbuster Jaws. Despite what some people say, this really needs to happen for a number of reasons. First of all, I believe it's important to keep beloved, iconic properties alive, relevant and thriving. We should celebrate certain films in big ways and always allow new audiences to discover these films. Jaws should never get a remake, but a reboot/sequel in the vein of Jurassic World? Yes please. It's not like a new film will ruin the original (Jaws has had plenty of awful sequels). Secondly, there surprisingly aren't that many great shark films out there. Especially ones that are accessible to modern audiences (realistic visual effects and such). The 2016 horror film The Shallows is by far the best shark movie that has come out since Jaws (mixed-bag movies such as Deep Blue Sea and Open Water were really the only competition) and the upcoming Jason Statham megalodon thriller entitled The Meg also looks like a fun, well-crafted movie--it literally looks like if a SyFy Channel movie had a big budget, realistic effects, and was actually well made. But nothing has quite reached the heights of Jaws. I need a new Jaws-esque film that is well-crafted, high brow, sophisticated, and has a feeling of dread, yet still maintains a fun, charming Blockbuster vibe. Also, I think it's VERY VERY important to sort of undo the damage to sharks that Jaws caused back in 1975. A new film should address the fact that sharks aren't monsters or mindless killers, but are just animals trying to survive. And the chances of one actually attacking a human are HIGHLY unlikely. A new Jaws film should revolve around the idea that people are disrespecting sharks, their home (the ocean), and are acting upon prejudice ideas of them. I'd love if Amity Island became an even bigger tourist spot (a theme park?) due to the infamous shark attacks in 1975 and they even glorify the attacks in a way (T-shirts with Bruce the shark on them and little Bruce plush toys, merchandise, etc.). When new shark attacks start to occur, it's due to the fact that the shark feels threatened, and is trying to either defend its home or even its babies. It's not killing because it's hungry, it's killing because people are taking advantage of the shark's home and are not being cautious. The shark is just trying to fight back to survive. This concept trailer doesn't really support my vision of the film and is a bit more silly than intended, but I worked with what I had. I also brought back Richard Dreyfuss as Matt Hooper and threw Patrick Wilson in there just because it's Patrick Wilson. **This video is protected under fair use, due to the fact that it demonstrates/conceptualizes a specific or non-existing film idea, and compiles clips from previously existing productions to create a creatively unique vision and give new meaning.
The Meg is an upcoming American science fiction action horror film directed by Jon Turteltaub and written by Dean Georgaris. In the film, a deep sea submarine is attacked by a megalodon shark, thought to be extinct. With the ship disabled at the bottom of the sea, a rescue diver and oceanographer must quickly work to rescue the crew. It is based on the 1997 science fiction book Meg: A Novel of Deep Terror by Steve Alten. The film stars Jason Statham, Li Bingbing, Rainn Wilson, Ruby Rose, Winston Chao, and Cliff Curtis. The film will be released by Warner Bros. in Real D 3D and IMAX 3D on August 10, 2018.