Shark vs shark: giant great white attacks another great white
A vicious great white shark bursts from the water to rip into another SHARK. The sensational moment was caught on camera by Adam Malski, 33, as the fish proved why it has the reputation of the ocean’s most fearsome predator. The 4.8m shark – named ‘Gilbert’ – snatched the rival fish 50 miles from Australia’s shore. The fearsome predator survived the encounter but the smaller shark has not been sighted since.
Footage: Adam Malski, Producer: Nick Johnson, Editor: Kyle Waters.
Bubble gran, woman covered in benign tumours: Body Bizarre episode 5
Charlotte Hawkins was once a beautiful 20-something with pin-up curls and a clear flawless complexion. But when she discovered a lumpy patch of skin at the bottom of her back she could never have predicted the devastating outcome. Within 10 years the pretty mum-of-one was barely recognisable covered in bubble-like tumours all over her body and face. Brave grandmother Charlotte, 64, lives with America’s worst case of the incurable disorder Type 1 neurofibromatosis. Over the years she has grown to accept her appearance, but as a young woman she admits living with the extreme condition was extremely hard.
Charlotte's story will appear in a new series of Body Bizarre, which airs every Thursday at 9pm on TLC
This footage, taken at Highgate Cemetery in London, on the 21st of October, shows what appears to be a wallaby skulking in the bushes and around gravestones. Maurice Melzak, a local videographer, managed to film this video yesterday morning. Of the unexplained appearance, Maurice comments “Highgate Cemetery is a mysterious and wonderful place. It already has many non-native species, including all sorts of insects and arachnids, grey squirrels, ring-necked parakeets and the occasional muntjak deer. Maurice Melzak, a local videographer, managed to film this video yesterday morning. Of the unexplained appearance, Maurice comments “Highgate Cemetery is a mysterious and wonderful place. It already has many non-native species, including all sorts of insects and arachnids, grey squirrels, ring-necked parakeets and the occasional muntjak deer. “So maybe the odd wallaby isn’t such a bizarre notion?” Visitor and volunteer coordinator Melanie Winyard said someone first spied the marsupial, which belongs to the same family as the kangeroo, on Sunday. “It’s quite extraordinary and so unexpected,” she said. “The West Cemetery is quite secure so it’s a mystery how he got in there but now he’s in, it’s quite a good place to be as he won’t be crossing the roads.” Credit: Newsflare/Maurice Melzak