This video is exactly what it sounds like.  As someone who finds himself in the ocean from time to time, this scares the crap out of me.

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via Deadspin

  • petter griffin


    • cnorton

      Your not a marine biology major Einstein. “Spinner Shark”….Perry Mason, case closed!

    • pklNHL

      Thats what I thought also!Even tho I’m no “bio major”,its clearly a dolphin.
      The proportion werent those of a shark IMO.

  • cnort

    Your not a “marine” biology major Einstein. “Spinner Shark”….Perry Mason, case closed.

    • eric

      learn how to spell moron

      lern the dif between your and you’re
      ur speling is pathatic

      • cnort

        Pot calling the kettle black isn’t it? As long as you want to keep score the “Pun”ctuation is on you with your lack of capitalization and laziness in s-p-e-l-l-i-n-g out words. My reference is accurate of the “FISH” in the video and it appears you lost too many dodge ball tournaments if that’s all you have on me.
        I really find no challenge in your argument….but if you want to go a few more rounds, bring your pencil and plenty of paper. Ding! Ding! Round one goes to “cnort”!

        • Matt

          …..Sharks and Dolphins are not fish……

  • Rob

    I am just a guy but that thing doesn’t move like a dolphin. Dolphins are generally gracefull when leaping. Plus that looked too small to be a dolphin.

    • nemo

      Right on Rob.

  • Crystal

    Sharks are fish smart one. Dolphins are mammals. Sharks have gills to breath not lungs,. Sharks do not have to surface for air. Sharks do however, give live birth like mammals but are still FISH!!! Hmm, next topic TOMATO fruit or vegetable?

  • Crystal

    Although I haven’t seen the video you should have been able to tell by the tail.