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Sharks

  1. behind the scenes
    What to Know About the New York Aquarium’s New Shark BuildingOn June 30, after 14 years of planning, “Ocean Wonders: Sharks!” will open with 57,500-square feet housing around 60 sharks and rays.
  2. select all
    There’s Always a Trump Tweet: Shark Edition“Sharks are last on my list - other than perhaps the losers and haters of the World!”
  3. the national interest
    Trump Fears Sharks Because He’ll Believe Anything TV Tells HimA porn star’s very credible account of her affair with the future couch potato in chief.
  4. Cyclone Deposits Bull Shark in the Middle of an Australian RoadOnly in Australia.
  5. sharks
    Sharks Spotted on Long Island BeachPoor souls.
  6. tourists
    Is Mary Lee the Great White Shark Coming to Visit New York?The 16-foot shark is headed up the Jersey Shore, after swimming tens of thousands of miles along the East Coast.
  7. scary things
    Shark Summer Is Officially Upon Us There were three great-white sightings off the New York and New Jersey coast this week.
  8. scary things
    Fisherman Catches (and Releases) Baby Great White Shark Near Rockaway BeachThe little guy has a long life of terrorizing humans ahead of him.
  9. oh new jersey
    Video: Jersey Pals Encourage Shark to ApproachHas not everyone seen Jaws?
  10. shark week
    Everyone’s a Sucker for Shark WeekFalse sightings shut down a Long Island beach.
  11. stand clear of the closing doors
    Things You Might See on the Subway: A Dead Shark [Updated]Here’s a photo. 
  12. important debates
    Majority of Americans Think a Bear Could Beat a Shark in a FightWhoa, you sure, America?
  13. stand clear of the closing doors
    Man on Subway Unable to Find Buyer for Small, Possibly Dead SharkShocking.
  14. sharks
    Summer of the Shark Has Begun!Two sharks were seen off Long Island’s East End beach.
  15. terrorists of the sea
    Shark-Bite Survivors Defend Their Attackers: ‘They Promised This Was the Last Time’When will the cycle of abuse end?
  16. sharks
    Shark Sightings Rocked Rockaway Beach This WeekendIs it safe to go back in the water?
  17. vu.
    Tracy Morgan Moves to MidtownAnd hopefully brings his pet shark with him.
  18. manderson
    Anderson Cooper to Shark-Diving Cameraman: ‘Just Remember, If I Get Eaten Just Keep Rolling’“Because the only thing more stupid than being eaten would be being eaten and not having the videotape.”
  19. neighborhood news
    Shark!SHARK!
  20. neighborhood news
    Thirty Sharks Coming to Coney IslandSure, they’ll be walled off in a giant aquarium … for now.
  21. Don’t Forget ...It’s SHARK WEEK!
  22. why they hate us
    Monster Shark Tries to Attack Long Island, FailsA 24-foot-long sea beast beached itself on a Long Island shore earlier today. Humans were only mildly thwacked.
  23. crazytown
    Crime of the Day: EelnappingWith bonus shark-snuggling!
  24. in other news
    Manderson Overboard! The Silver Fox Swims With SharksAnd in hunting down this video, we make a special discovery about the fans of Anderson Cooper.
  25. party lines
    Kelly Killoren Bensimon Practiced for ‘Real Housewives’ Debut by Diving With SharksWe would have maybe started by getting drunk with a room full of geese, but this is probably good practice, too.
  26. party lines
    What Animal Scares Jeff Corwin the Most? Shark Week is an annual Discovery Channel tradition, and the network celebrated the institution’s twentieth anniversary with a big Pier 60 party the other night. “We don’t do toaster week or ostrich week,” Discovery host Mike Rowe commented, although “twice as many people died from ostriches as from sharks, 250 died from toasters, and only eight died from sharks. (Somehow we don’t think “Toaster Week” would deliver the same ratings.) We ran into Animal Planet star Jeff Corwin at the party — who famously had a terrifying run-in with an angry elephant — and we asked him about sharks and other scary animals.
  27. intel
    You’re Gonna Need a Bigger Protest The annual shark tournament at Star Island Yacht Club in Montauk started today, and the Humane Society was prepared. In a campaign dubbed an “anti-sportfishing jihad” by one angler, the group, not content to protect innocent puppies and kittens, is now defending the fierce predators. “It’s not the killing,” said their rep, John Grandy. “It’s the spectacle, the orgy of death that is represented by hauling these magnificent animals up. The message is that sharks don’t matter. Their suffering doesn’t count.” The society hired a plane with a banner reading End the cruel shark tournament now! and has plans for a protest, but the fishermen aren’t biting.