Great White Sharks eating baby seals



Remember the killer whales attacking baby orca? Those guys are pussies compared to how Great White Sharks do it!


Photographer Alfred Weissenegger took the pictures immediately above and below this paragraph pictures from a boat in False Bay which is off Cape Town, South Africa. The Bay is said to be the best place in the world to witness breaching great white sharks. This is mainly due to the presence of around 64,000 cape fur seals that call the island home from April to September.

The average great white in the waters around the area measures between 12-16ft, with the biggest being a near 20-feet long giant spotted in 1997.

Weeeeee!
 Animals eating Animals now knows it as the place to go watch Great Whites pwn noob seals!

What's that Jimmy Jangles? Those pictures where shit? OK, we're turning it up to eleven! Here's the real deal - check out these pictures from the same Bay in 2007.






The photographer who took all the other pictures, Chris Fellows said:

"When children see a shark eat a seal they feel sorry for the seal, but it's like a lion catching a zebra - it's a natural phenomenon." I also think it's awesome when the crocodiles get them too...



When Camel Spiders attack!

Camel Spiders. The largest, most bad ass spiders that have ever been discovered. Known for their bite whihc can render a camel unconcious in 20 minutes and dead in 45, these spiders are often the most talked about spiders in every day conversation and indeed, the internet.



During the various US war campaigns in Iraq, 17 U.S. soldiers have died as a result of camel spiders. Thus it is true the venom of a camel spider is deadly to human beings. Camels spiders can also jump 3 feet in the air and use this skill to jump on the backs of their prey. 



The Middle East isn't the only place where solifugids spiders have a bad name. In Mexico, they're known as matevenados, which translates as "deer killers." The Mexican government offers a 500 peso reward for every live deer killer spider presented to the National Spider Laboratory. The spiders are milked for their venom which is used to treat victims of spider bites (if they survived!).



This is a fake spider!
Actually the truth is rather different. A number of urban legends have bounded across the internet that exaggerate the size and speed of Solifugae, and their potential danger to camels, humans and soldiers in Iraq. That's right, their talents and size are all myth!

The Camel Spider is more formally known as order of Arachnida, Solifuga. Also commonly known as wind scorpions or sun spiders, camel spiders may grow to a length of 7 cm (2.8 in) which is nothing like the legendary stories people are wont to tell.




Most species live in 
deserts and feed opportunistically on ground-dwelling arthropods. No records exist of a camel spider ever eating or killing a camel! 
Still, if you want to see a spider eating a bird, be my guest.