Footage of the vlogger, popularly known by her online pseudonym Tizi, showed her feasting on the predatory fish, which police in the central city of Nanchong confirmed on Sunday was a great white.
A fisherman was left reeling after reportedly catching a baby shark with an eerily human-like face.
Nineteen million years ago, sharks nearly disappeared from Earth's oceans, according to a new study, which provides evidence for a previously unknown mass ocean extinction event.
Located in the vibrant lifestyle hub of Al Qana in Abu Dhabi, the largest aquarium in the region will showcase over 200 sharks and rays, representing 25 different species.
Sharks use the Earth's magnetic field as a sort of natural GPS to navigate journeys that take them great distances across the world's oceans, scientists have found.
The resolution allows fishermen who use permitted shark fishing gear and run registered lynch boats to fish sharks from July 1 of each year until the last day of February of the following year. It also permanently bans pleasure vessels from fishing sharks.
Local media reports indicated that the giant predator was a Shortfin mako shark, which jumped onto the deck of the boat, carrying 5 fishing enthusiasts, off the coast of Withianga in the North Island of New Zealand.
The video shows the shark getting close to those inside the water, as one of them hits the fish with a mop to frighten it, which moves away from them without harming anyone.
This type of fish has been swimming in the depths since the dinosaurs roamed the earth, and used their huge articulated jaws to make a great impact in catching squid and other fish.
You know it’s summer when you start reading panicky headlines about the media sharks. This week alone we’ve been told that “megasharks” have grown to “insane sizes” and we’ve been warned that “the world’s deadliest sharks” are heading to the UK. Shark hysteria is all part of the silly season for certain sections of the media.