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Instead of snakes on a plane, it's sharks on a train in Sharknado 2: The Second One. A sneak peek of the sequel to the cult flick has been released online. The three-minute clip shows a subway train thrown into chaos when a shark decides to rip it
The National Marine Fisheries Service on Thursday classified as endangered and threated four distinct populations of a shark species whose fins are favored as an ingredient in shark fin soup. The agency said it's listing scalloped hammerhead sharks
It's also ridiculous as you would expect from a sequel based off sharks flying in a tornado attacking people, just this time in New York City as opposed to Los Angeles...The Subway is Running During a 'Sharknado' If there's a "Sharknado" coming, the
Tell us Mark Cuban thrives as a judge on Shark Tank , but his plan to rebuild his beloved Dallas Mavericks as champions would be devoured if he put it before the panel of sharks. For those unfamiliar with Shark Tank , the TV show features aspiring
I write about business, motivation, productivity and mindfulness...Whether it's from watching Jaws or hearing real stories, many people experience a strong fear of sharks; yet the United States averages just 16 shark attacks each year and slightly
In this clip from the forthcoming Syfy original movie, Sharknado 2: The Second One , Ian Ziering and Mark McGrath face down a threat considerably more dangerous than a panhandler or persistent busker a massive shark. The scene is filled with
Jane Morgan/Alamy The UK government has pledged to fight the unlimited fishing that leads to millions of sharks being killed by EU boats in the Atlantic every year. Numerous species once widely fished by the EU, such as the porbeagle shark, have
Despite a surge in the great white shark population and several recent sightings off the Jersey shore, beachgoers still plan to hit the beach for the Fourth of July weekend. A study by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration scientists finds
The matter even inspired a documentary, Search For The Ocean's Super Predator, which was broadcast in November. Some reports even suggested the incident was evidence of the existence of a megalodon, a huge and long-extinct species of shark.
However, he said the pair had been impressive in the way they've taken control of proceedings in the most tumultuous of circumstances since Peter Sharp quit as interim coach on Tuesday. "James is a quieter sort of guy who has been in the background.