Sharks are not mindless eating machines

Discussion in 'Diving, Collecting and Environmental Discussions' started by FransSny, 20 Sep 2010.

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    Yes, remember that when you swim and suddenly feel your leg being severred from your body while you try and paddle out of your own pool of blood and eventually become hermit crab food... nah, all respect to sharks (not the rugby team though)
     
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    There have been a few studies done on this. Its actually very interesting.

    So i guess when swimming in the sea, always make sure you bring a fat friend with.
     
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    They are truly amazing animals & so much to learn about them, Thanks Frans the white shark is my favorite marine animal by far. :thumbup:
     

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