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August 14, 2012

02:08

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Shark Week.  Jaws.  Bruce.  Sharks fascinate us, possibly because they demonstrate a perfectly evolved organism for their niche, or because they have really sharp teeth.  Either way, sharks are one of the most powerful, deadly and inescapable predators on the planet.

 

Predators from tip to tail, their attacks send chills down spines of channel surfers and board surfers alike. 

 

Sharks are incredible, and not because of shark fin soup that, by the way, has absolutely no health benefits whatsoever.  No matter how many Hong Kong restauranteurs tell you otherwise.

 

Host: Torah Kachur

 

References:  http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/sharks/isaf/isaf.htm, http://www.elasmodiver.com/Shark%20Attacks.htm,  http://www.environmentalgraffiti.com/animals/news-15-worst-shark-attacks-ever-0


Image Sources:  scrapeTV.com, Jaws300.com, Pixar, African Geographic, Wikimedia Users: Tanaka Juuyoh, sharkdiver.com, Ryan Somma.

YOUR COMMENTS

Chris Buzon on August 05, 2011
"Yum"

:D
Dave on August 08, 2011
I bet the last thing "Little Suzie" heard was Torah's awesome theme music addition. I'm sure I'd be terrified of these bad boys face to face, but from afar I say...woahhhwesome!

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