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Mick Fanning is on a Mission to Save the Sharks

You’re likely wondering, “Isn’t Mick Fanning the surfer that punched a shark at J-Bay?” Yes, he is, and it turns out that Fanning holds no bad blood towards the behemoth fish. In a new National Geographic documentary called Save This Shark the 3x World Surf Champion is exploring the world of ocean conservation, specifically how the ocean's most feared predator is under dire threat. Despite their bad reputation, more sharks are killed by humans annually than vice versa. Check out the infographic below to get a better grasp of the issue, and be sure to catch Fanning in his new stint as a marine biologist. 

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This Video From Chamonix’s Glaciers Is A Reminder That Climate Change Sucks
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This Video From Chamonix’s Glaciers Is A Reminder That Climate Change Sucks

This Video From Chamonix’s Glaciers Is A Reminder That Climate Change Sucks

If there’s one place in the world that serves as a stark example of the devastating effects of changing climate, it’s Chamonix’s Mer De Glace. The massive glacier running from the flanks of Mont Blanc once reached the outskirts of the town of Chamonix. Today, the foot of the glacier is thousands of feet above the valley floor, and is continuing to melt at an unprecedented pace. For anyone who has ever been lucky enough to climb or ski in those mountains, you’ll remember the markers put in

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VIDEO: Black Bear Investigates Hikers in Mexico
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VIDEO: Black Bear Investigates Hikers in Mexico

VIDEO: Black Bear Investigates Hikers in Mexico

A video which has been making the rounds on various news services appears to show a group of hikers interacting with a black bear in an ecological park located in San Pedro Garza García, Mexico. The hikers appear calm throughout the encounter, even as the bear leans up against a woman and smells her hair. RELATED: Mick Fanning is on a Mission to Save the Sharks It should go without saying that these hikers were not abiding by established protocols for dealing with bears. For more information

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Pro Surfer Kanoa Igarashi Reviews Best Surf Movies of All Time
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Pro Surfer Kanoa Igarashi Reviews Best Surf Movies of All Time

Pro Surfer Kanoa Igarashi Reviews Best Surf Movies of All Time

Join Kanoa Igarashi as he takes an 11 minute and 38 second break from pro surfing to review surf movies, naturally. While reviewing classics like Blue Crush, Point Break and Lords of Dogtown, he also raves about the stunt doubles, drops his jaw at a few waves, discusses technique as well as surf terms like: Sloppy seconds, party waves, ‘hitting the pier’, localism, and that underwater rock-running is actually the best surf cardio training you can do - all extremely important things to note if