When this photograph was first published in Africa Geographic, BBC Wildlife, laterin Paris Match and the Daily Mail, it resulted in a flurry of e-mails, phone calls and letters from around the world asking if the image was a fake.The image became the most talked about of shark photograph ever. The photograph is real, no photoshop, no digital manipulation, no nothing, in fact it was shot on slide film Fuji Provia 100 using a Nikon F5 Camera and 17-35 mm lens. (Source)
The 22.6-foot reticulated python, shot by Kekek Aduanan on June 9, 1970. (Image source: [You are not allowed to view links.
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Agta Negritos are indigenous people in Luzon who, in the 1970s, competed with a reticulated phyton for their main sources of food namely Philippine deer, Philippine warty pigs and long-tailed macaques.Thomas N. Headland, an anthropologist who lived with and studied the group, later found out that 15 of 58 men and 1 of 62 women were attacked by the giant snake. Worse, 6 of them were killed, one of whom was discovered within the snake’s belly after butchering.
An unknown soldier in Vietnam from 1965.
A hotel owner pouring acid in a pool while a black family swam in it in 1964.