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Shark Attacks Helicopter!?


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8 Comments

  1. edoz on April 13, 2007 at 12:47 pm

    lol, well, i was pretty sure it wasn’t a real photo, beacouse how could the man survive?



  2. peggy on May 8, 2007 at 4:27 am

    as i first throught it was real and was stun that it could happen but like u said im not surprised its fake i would like to say that i wish people wold not make these things up and why dont they go out shoot some real footage there no better then those who take pictures of actors and make a fake story up about it just to make alittle cash its stupid why dont just get a life but i also need to be honest it was pretty believeble (if thats a word) at first



  3. Kelly Marshall on January 19, 2008 at 7:12 am

    I looked at the photographer’s picture of the shark alone, and then the shot of the military exercise, and the first thing I noticed was the background in the picture of the shark alone and background in the picture of the shark with the helicopter. IN the individual shot of the shark photo, there is nothing but open sea…. not so in the other photo.

    If people feel the need to do something like this, try doing the research and proper techniques of photography. What a doofus.



  4. Nick Kempelmann on August 25, 2008 at 5:29 am

    hello there,
    yes , I was right I had big problems to believe that.
    I have been in cape town for a caple of years ago saw some great whites out of the cage, they were very shy.
    They would´n never jump out of the water when there is a heli so close to the surface.

    protec them ,they are worth it, and stop killing tigers for those silly reason

    greetings from sweden, and hopefully we´ll understand someday that we are not allone on this planet.

    Nick kempelmann



  5. Kyle Houston on September 9, 2008 at 1:56 pm

    This is a really cool photograph but the one thing that gets me is that they tried to make it sound as if they actually took that photo. Secondly they spent only like an hour looking for photos to use. So even more copyrighting and law breaking.

    I second that these animals should be protected and that this is true that this would never happen. But hey this photo is done really well and looks amazing, the creator should get a pat on the back for their work then be sent to jail for mislabeling it.

    This is just my view. It’s okay too not agree.



  6. Francis on March 21, 2009 at 5:08 am

    after a second look it is obviously a fake

    the water disturbed by the helicopter creates a hazy mist over all underneathe
    however, the shark does not!

    fp



  7. Jake on August 24, 2009 at 7:46 am

    man look at the first picture then the last one of the shark there the same damn shark! its a fake



  8. katrina trace on October 15, 2009 at 2:55 pm

    You can see the Golden Gate Bridge in the back ground but picture is said to be taken in South Africa? Ignorent I looked like an idiot even showing this to anyone, who knows whats real and what’s not anymore?!



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