Monterey Bay Aquarium released a short film, comprising footage of the white shark we tracked swimming through kelp in South Africa, 2017. It's boss.
Yeah well, they do. It's a fact. Great white sharks swim through kelp. We proved it, incase you were unsure.
Flag was a 4.5 metre great white shark, seen in both Gansbaai and Mossel Bay (South Africa) from 2007 to 2009. She was massive and terrifying.
Because not only are white sharks absolute bad asses who generally have no interest in killing humans, but they're actively helping us battle one of the most terrible diseases on the planet. We're welcome!
Since great white shark drawings are something I indulge in fairly often for fun/work as it is, I figured it's high time I tried to capitalise on the trillions of people searching Google for how to do the same.
A few weeks back, I was suggested for creating an infographic for an upcoming great white shark research paper (I know right? No accounting for taste these days!). Said paper is now published and well worth your time (especially the infographic).
Publish the first study of white shark numbers at Dyer Island, the write, shoot, edit and present a film on said study in 7 days... sure.
Well, assuming any bother to turn up.