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Ya harrr Patches the Hammerhead Shark

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On an exciting dive trip to the Bahamas with the Brave Wilderness team on the dive boat Dolphin Dream, the Blue World crew encounters a famous Great Hammerhead named Patches. And this shark is one friendly fish! Watch the Brave Wilderness version of this dive! JONATHAN BIRD'S BLUE WORLD is an Emmy Award-winning underwater science/adventure series featuring underwater cinematographer/naturalist Jonathan Bird. ********************************************************************** If you like Jonathan Bird's Blue World, don't forget to subscribe! You can buy some Blue World T-shirts & Swag! Support us on Patreon! You can join us on Facebook! Twitter Instagram @blueworldtv Web: **********************************************************************


Dinesh Krishnan : This guy is just so enthusiastic and informative. IDK why so less views. Keep up your work im watching ya :)

GlasimonixStudios : Whoever disliked this video must be a jealous tiger shark or blind. Amazing episode Patches is so cute!!

Please enter your name Here : Awesome video...but that’s what you expect from a BlueWorld episode right? He always hits the nail on the head! Thanks for all your work Johnathan!

SuperDjgaming123 : How about u make a Killer whale video

M D : Patches is a very smart girl. Play nice with divers and gets fed, she had you guys wrapped and she knew it.

Francis Nerviza : I love this channel 😘😘😘 and Jonathan bird's 😜😜😜 And this is the best video I ever seen πŸ’―

mo ? : gills β€” wacked fish β€” snacked

Sandeep Papiya : Jonathan you can make a segment on blue whales!

stilcrazychris : That was neat... but I'm not going to do any swimming with them anytime soon. Thanks for the great video Jonathan, Chris from Missouri

Boris The plush : Hi Jonathan you deserve more subs and can u please reply plus I’m so happy you met coyote

David Samuel : Another great and informative video Jonathan. One wish I have is that I can someday meet you and your crew to have an amazing experience like that.

byron yorks : BlueWorldTV You guy's are awesome thank you to the crew and please make more videos soon!

EverythingNiki 24 : Hi Jonathan i am the most biggest fan ever i watch your videos because i use them as a inspiration because i want to become a marine biologist and im really interested in sharks πŸ’ž

Timur Kholodenko : Jonathan, what a great footage! I may be wrong, but I think we saw the same character when we were diving in Bimini.

Trolol Lol : Sooooooo cute!😍😍😘🀩another jonathan and cayote!!!you guys are so awsome!!

Amuru Deranto : I wish i had your job jonathan 😍😍😍

Jodie Lam : Wow, look like she has at least 3 meters long 😱

yourfellowman11 : Patches is the most adorable shark you've ever featured - and this is even taking into account the impossibly docile blue shark you filmed years earlier. As always - great work!

Jen Flinn : Yay! My 5 year old is so excited to watch this video right now.

clamingo : I would be cool if he made a vid about sunfish

Elizabeth Swims : That was cool! Though I think researchers got it wrong on why they swim at a slant. I think they do it for the same (or similar) reason dogs tilt their heads. This is just a cursory assumption based on my medical knowledge of how the ears work. Since we have big ear flaps with funny ridges on the outside of our head we can tell the direction of a sound above or below us. But if you fill in those ridges with clay you wouldn’t be able to discern if the sound is coming from above or below you, only left and right. However if you tilt your head to the side you can restore that ability. This is the same reason why dogs tilt their heads when they are listening to gain the ability to discern where the sound is coming from in all directions. I suspect the hammerhead does the same thing. I could be wrong but I don’t think it should be ruled out. I’d be interested to learn what kind of research was done. Perhaps the dorsal fin is longer to accommodate this technique and so it also helps with the fluid dynamics. (Chicken or the egg) Either way I think more research should be done. Perhaps if/when Elizabeth becomes a marine biologist she can study it more 😜 Anyway, great video as always! And beautiful sharks. We just uploaded a video of us swimming with nurse sharks and they were beautiful.

Shinji Ngasimmun : Do blue whale pls preaty please

Ritvik Praveen : Really you were lucky Jonathan to get such a cooperative Hammerhead shark. Very nice video. Loved it and Mr Zimmy has chosen a good music for it. πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ŠπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

Paul Gimeno : Great! Great! Great! All I can say is Great! That's the only word I knew when i watched this video πŸ˜‚

thatisartnotpffft : I've never heard of wolves hangin' out with the cougars, or black bears hangin' with the grizzlies etc etc.... this vid shone some light on at least one differing situation between predators of ocean life, and predators in the forest where I live. Tks much again for another really great video.... enjoyed another BlueWorldTV's vid's again very much! Tks!!

Black : I wish i could meet you jonathan :(

KaMal Videos : Jon Please visit our beautiful and full of nature Astola Island, Pakistan

White Eagle : Just amazing.... Thanks again for sharing.......

Rhonda Milligan : Wow. The Tigger sharks treat Patches like one of their own.

Aidan and Red : Patches is an Awesome HammerHead Shark!

Fintastic Films : Jonathan is the man! Never disappoints on new episodes! Patches looks so great and beautiful

Whatever : Is she especially dark? Also at what point in the season as far as pups are concerned does the diving season line up with? I wonder if it might have to do with her being pregnant (don't they do the live babies in the belly thing?) Also could she have maybe hearing problems and thus is less bothered by the bubbles or is it also to do with how they feel in the water to them?

Laney Allan : Great video! Thank you!

Professional Commenter : The shot at 4:35 was stunning and you captured Patches in such a beautiful way!!! As always another great video!! Thank you for your hard work and dedication!!!

Abel Rasheed : I would like to thank Brave wilderness team for leading me here !! Mann! Ridiculously underrated

Phelipe Carmo : Hey mate I love your work, I may be wrong, but I can see the difference on the quality of this videooo !!! ITS AWESOME IT S STUNNING !!! KEEP IT UP if ever in Australia give a buzz would love to dive with you !!!!!

Two Serious Dogs : You mention how Patches is all in the mix especially with the tigers but I salute you and the rest of the team for getting her comfy enough to where she feels included and not threatened by anyone especially the tigers. Sharks swim so gracefully but Patches always showing off her side stroke. EXCELLENT video!

Justin Hensley : at 7:18 or so... that guy either has balls of solid steal or is so into knowing shark behavior like that girl ocean ramis that ....well it's still balls of steal.

Zackling_ 777 : 3:51 It uses aero dynamics under water? Aqua dynamics?

Dustin Losoncy : I don't know why but this reminds me of Hawaii Pearl Harbor and Jaws.. Just SO BEAUTIFUL

jimmyhatts : SO pretty!!!

Stevie D : Gorgeous Hammerhead Jonathan. You Nailed it. Ha Ha. Steve in Scotland.

Lukas Walter Diving : Love all of your videos Jonathan and I hope to meet Patches myself one day. I create underwater content as well and your work is very inspiring.

Arnab Das : Your Videos Are So Informative.As A Zoology Student I Always Wait For Such Videos.Here I Can Get Good Account About Different Sea-Creatures...Keep It Up Man πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

This guy : Wow, patches is gorgeous!, we need more sharks like this

Mr. Spiff : 9:28 Patches turn was so sharp she nearly sliced the feeder’s head off!

Amirul Hafiz : You know I love watching Blue World? I love how you show the shark as friendly and respectable animals instead of fearsome monsters!! ;)

karen : WOWEWE !!! i love patches. thank u for this amazing content <3333

Connor Duncan : Cool, more Brave Wilderness! Coyote never made a video on the Hammerhead! I was hoping you would! I love sharks! They're my favorite animals! I don't know why but whenever I watch your channel it never fails to make me happy! probably because it's all about the thing I love most in life! The oceans wildlife! Also, I just got back from an adventure of my own! I went out to a creek just before the sun completely set and caught 10 frogs! Four different species! I caught several poisonous pickerel frogs, a green frog, a wood frog, and the biggest bullfrog I've ever seen! It was bigger than my hand! I'll post a video on it sometime!