A brutal gang attack on a tiger shark by killer whales has revealed the violence of orcas in all its gruesome detail.
The footage, which is believed to be a world-first, shows three killer whales working as a team to force the panicked shark to the surface.
The gang wear the shark down and take opportunistic bites at its fins, until a large bull moves in to deliver the death blow, flipping the shark on to its back in the process.
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A brutal gang attack on a tiger shark by killer whales has revealed the violence of orcas in all its gruesome detail.

The footage, which is believed to be a world-first, shows three killer whales working as a team to force the panicked shark to the surface.

The gang wear the shark down and take opportunistic bites at its fins, until a large bull moves in to deliver the death blow, flipping the shark on to its back in the process.



Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2770645/WATCH-Brutal-moment-gang-killer-whales-paralyse-tiger-shark-ripping-pieces-toy-carcass.html#ixzz3EXsep3lh 
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The 1920s cabin outside Santa Rosa, California, had some challenges. The windows were small and the setting was forested and located along creekbed, all of which reduced the light. So San Francisco architect Amy Alper didn’t mess around: She added a large L-shaped living room with floor-to-ceiling windows, brightening the space dramatically and giving the house a living green wallpaper.
Photo: Eric Rorer

The 1920s cabin outside Santa Rosa, California, had some challenges. The windows were small and the setting was forested and located along creekbed, all of which reduced the light. So San Francisco architect Amy Alper didn’t mess around: She added a large L-shaped living room with floor-to-ceiling windows, brightening the space dramatically and giving the house a living green wallpaper.

Photo: Eric Rorer