Just like the shiba inu puppies, but underwater
July 15, 2011 3:33 PM   Subscribe

Ocean Voyager shark cam: As a tie-in with the upcoming Shark Week, Georgia Aquarium has set up a live webcam of the world's largest shark tank through August 7.
posted by rewil (9 comments total) 5 users marked this as a favorite
 
I smell Discovery...
posted by casual observer at 4:14 PM on July 15, 2011


Everything in that tank is so adorable I could just eat it!

Seriously, there's tuna and stuff.
posted by Horselover Phattie at 4:18 PM on July 15, 2011


Man, I love sharks.
posted by brundlefly at 4:34 PM on July 15, 2011


There are some yellow fish totally hogging the camera. What's up with that, yellow fish? It's Shark Cam!
posted by likeso at 4:35 PM on July 15, 2011 [1 favorite]


This is cool. I set it up on our 60" plasma screen TV and told Alec I bought an aquarium. He digs it.
posted by George Clooney at 5:23 PM on July 15, 2011 [1 favorite]


Ooh! Just saw a sawfish!
posted by brundlefly at 5:29 PM on July 15, 2011


For some reason I was expecting the camera to be attached to a shark's head.

And you know what? I have one simple request.

And that is to have sharks with frickin' cameras attached to their heads.

Throw me a bone here, people.
posted by swift at 6:16 PM on July 15, 2011 [3 favorites]


Last year at Dragoncon I managed to make it out of the convention area to go to the Georgia Aquarium one evening. Very cool experience, and a perfect place for photographs. I mean, all I know about Bioshock is that it's a videogame, but, I know that this Big Daddy Photoshoot at the Aquarium in Dragoncon 2009 is a thing of awesomeness.

(also, there's one of those clear tunnels you can walk through and have the sharks swimming over you, like in the Jaws 3D stinker).
posted by oh yeah! at 6:21 PM on July 15, 2011


In Portsmouth, RI, there is The Cove, a large saltwater pond. The water is seldom more than 6' deep, and on autumn and spring days, it's crystal clear. You can look down over the side of your kayak or canoe, and see 8' nurse sharks, and 12' sand sharks feeding off of lobster, crabs, clams and starfish.
posted by Slap*Happy at 7:37 PM on July 15, 2011


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