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The 9 best Shark Week videos

Nine reasons to be glad sharks can’t survive out of the water.


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Posted on Aug 16, 2012   Updated on Jun 2, 2021, 12:44 pm CDT

Chill is a social video network that allows users to post, rate, and recommend their favorite videos. And with 17 million active users, the cream quickly rises to the top.

This week, users are snapping their jaws for Shark Week. Ranging from scary to actually kind of cool, these shark videos have captivated the community.

Here are the nine most popular shark-themed videos trending on Chill right now:

1) BIG ASS SHARK! hahahaha

If you haven’t seen this terrifying viral video, you’re in for a treat. Wait for it…

2) Impossible Shot From Above | Shark Week’s Impossible Shot — Shark Week 2012

Discovery Channel called this dramatic shark video clip “impossible”—and more than 24,000 Chill users agree.

3) The Best Shark Attacks In Movies

Check out the ten silver screen shark attacks that kept generations of moviegoers from calmly venturing into the ocean. Plus, a cameo by the cast of the Jersey Shore.

4) Most amazing flipping shark ever!!

This aerial ace of a shark would give an Olympic gymnast a run for his or her money. NSFW due to language.

5) Slow Motion Shark Attack High Definition

Those seals never even had a chance.

6) Red Epic Shark Footage @ 120 fps by Epic UW

If you’re annoyed that this video lacks sound, keep in mind it’s amateur footage from a guy who found himself face-to-face with a giant shark.

7) Beetle Shark Cage Underwater Test Drive | Shark Week 2012

How do you ensure a shark cage will keep divers safe from sharks? Toss it into shark infested waters with a diver in it, and hope for the best.

8) Shark almost bites diver in half.

Wait a second, sharks aren’t supposed to be able to fit in the protective diver cages! This video is not for the faint of heart.

9) Air Jaws – Great White Shark jumps out of the water (HD)

This is a predator that likes to play with its food. Watch Jaws here snap up a seal while performing an out-of-water stunt for the BBC camera.

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*First Published: Aug 16, 2012, 10:49 am CDT