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Brave Diver Saves Shark’s Life By Removing Fishing Net From Its Mouth

“It was a very dramatic and intense moment with a happy ending.”

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You may be a badass but believe us when we say you’ve got nothing compared with this man. As you can tell from the title and as you will see on the video below, this total tough guy helped save a shark from danger – by removing a fishing net from its mouth.

That’s quite a terrifying act to do, right? But yes, that’s exactly what Inaki Aizpun did and the captured footage immediately went viral online, with numerous netizens praising his heroic (and extremely brave!) deed.

Inaki Aizpun, a diving instructor, courageously rescued a shark from a horrible death.

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It all happened while Inaki was diving in Byron Bay in New South Wales, Australia. While there, he discovered a Grey Nurse Shark with fishing net in its mouth.

The Grey Nurse Shark is one of Australia’s most endangered species.

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The viral video is as touching as it is heartstopping as we see Inaki doing his thing, rescuing a shark without fearing for his life.

To add to that, we see the shark “turning swiftly away from Ibaki’s hand,” as described by a Unilad report. Fortunately, our underwater hero stays “persistent, following the shark and managing to get a grip on the net.”

It was a successful save!

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Inaki later shared:

“I was guiding a dive to some customers in Julian Rocks, Byron Bay when I saw a Grey Nurse Shark with a fishing net hanging out from its mouth.

“I tried to take it out of his mouth and after a few tries, I was successful. It was a very dramatic and intense moment with a happy ending. Afterward, the shark returned and made some eye contact with me as a way to say thanks.”

Various news sources covered the amazing story, and of course…

Netizens were quick to express admiration for Inaki’s brave effort.

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Hilarious Fart Guide Is Must Read For Couples Who Share A Bed

Here’s hoping nobody has to use #7!

Nobelle Borines

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Living with a new partner can be truly exciting but it also has its downsides. For one, how would you deal with the need to pass gas while sharing a bed? An artist has hilariously illustrated a Fart Guide that every couple must read. Whether you are just starting a new relationship or already at the stage where you have an offspring, there is something here just for you.

Weng Chen is the artist behind The Adventures of Messy Cow comics and she knows what it's like to be faced with the dilemma of flatulence between couples. Chen has illustrated an awesome Fart Guide showing seven different ways to cut the cheese when you are sleeping in the same bed as your partner. She even listed the pros and cons of each method although we wouldn't recommend #7.

Get ready for the hilarious Fart Guide!

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Blue Macaw Parrot, The Inspiration Behind RIO, Is Now Officially EXTINCT

Remember those adorable blue birds from the movie Rio? They’re extinct now!

Mark Andrew

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Remember those adorable blue Brazilian birds in the animated film Rio? Their specie is officially one of the eight bird species that have just gone extinct this decade, experts said.

It’s definitely a heartbreaking reality that we have to live with. Extinction isn’t a thing of the past and it still happens today.

Spix’s macaw, also known as the little blue macaw, has become extinct.

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7 Astounding New Discoveries Involving Ancient Horses

#7 is definitely mind-blowing!

Nobelle Borines

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Horses have always played an important role in our history. Our ancestors spent centuries trying to domesticate the animals before horses became a part of human civilization. Without horses, great empires would never exist. Yet, we continue to learn astounding things about these magnificent creatures every day.

Our ancestors have been riding horses for thousands of years. However, saddles may have been invented for a different animal. Scientists recently found the remains of a donkey with molars that had the same damage as horses that have to wear bits. The skeleton was dated back to around 2700 BC, which is at least 1,000 years before horses were brought to the Near East. Here are seven astounding archaeological discoveries that involved ancient horses.

1. The First Horse Tamers

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