A fisherman from Victoria, Australia, climbed inside the shark he had captured, poked an arm through its lifeless gills, and staged this incredible shot for posterity. From Perth Now:
First reported by 3AW, a radio station in Australia
"An American couple have turned up at the Metung Hotel to see this photo and their immediate response from the wife was 'Did he survive!?'." The fisherman was standing right behind her at the time. Presumably, his answer was "yes".
, the fisherman isn't named. But show host Ross Stevenson declared it their "photo of the year" on the spot. [via Gawker
In addition to benefiting from excellent feng shui, the family harvests about 15 kilograms of honey each year from their bee housemates, who showed up on the day of a wedding.
(youdontknowimadaog via /r/ATBGE)
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