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Sharks Apparently Don’t Enjoy Human Pee

If you’ve ever refrained from relaxing your bladder while surfing for fear of attracting sharks, we have some good news for you. Former NASA scientist Mark Rober recently ventured into the Caribbean to douse some sharks with blood and urine and see how they reacted. Well, it was a little more scientific than that, but what he discovered could make surfers paddle a little easier.

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Through a series of tests, he discovered that the sharks were less interested in small doses of blood than would be expected, and entirely uninterested in urine. So, next time you’re feeling a little chilly in that wetsuit, fire up that personal water heater and let loose. 

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Is the World’s Biggest Wave 500 Miles Off the Coast of Chile?
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Is the World’s Biggest Wave 500 Miles Off the Coast of Chile?

Is the World’s Biggest Wave 500 Miles Off the Coast of Chile?

is a new short film from Patagonia which follows surfers Ramón Navarro, Léa Brassy and Kohl Christensen on a journey to Alejandro Selkirk Island in search of the world's biggest waves. Unfavorable conditions prevented them from riding the allegedly-incomparable waves, but the trio found that their time spent onshore was far from wasted. RELATED: Experiencing the Crisis of Plastic Pollution in Our Oceans Alejandro Selkirk Island is roughly 500 miles off the coast of Chile, and is one

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12-Year-Old Naiki Vaast Makes Teahupo’o Look Easy
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12-Year-Old Naiki Vaast Makes Teahupo’o Look Easy

12-Year-Old Naiki Vaast Makes Teahupo’o Look Easy

When Teahupo'o is big, even the world's best big-wave surfers need to approach it with an abundance of caution. 12-year-old Naiki Vaast might not have caught it at its biggest, but even small/medium Teahupo'o looks pretty huge when ridden by a pre-teen. RELATED: Kelly Slater, Mason Ho, and Friends Get Shacked in Indo Vaast might have struggled to make it over the lip if not for a well-timed push from his brother Kauli. We're going to give big bro the benefit of the doubt and say that he saw

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Video: California’s Only Wolfpack Welcomes 3 New Pups
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Video: California’s Only Wolfpack Welcomes 3 New Pups

Video: California’s Only Wolfpack Welcomes 3 New Pups

Three new pups were born to the breeding female of California’s only wolfpack this spring and they have just been caught by trail camera. Wait until the one minute mark to hear the wolves howl. While gray wolves are native to California, they were hunted to local extinction within the state during the 1920s by ranchers and farmers who were worried about the impact of wolves on their livelihoods. During the late 1990s, California started trying to reintroduce gray wolves to the state but with