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   CaliforniaMama  Friday Aug 5 01:22 PM

August 5, 2011 Great White Shark Smile



via Tiger Tail Foods

Blog post dated June 29, 2010

Quote:
This last Saturday a tuna fishing boat snared a great white shark off the Massachusetts coast. The shark was tagged with a simple identification tag and put back into the water. It is the first confirmed sighting for this area this summer.
Quote:
Massachusetts state Secretary of Environmental Affairs Ian Bowles said, ”For commonsense swimmers, they don’t pose a threat.” Bowles explained that common sense means not swimming in the middle of a seal pod – seals, gray seals in particular, are a delicacy as far as great whites are concerned.



Gravdigr  Friday Aug 5 05:21 PM

"Look at those choppers."



BigV  Friday Aug 5 07:42 PM

"We're gonna need a bigger boat!"



morethanpretty  Friday Aug 5 09:32 PM

"Say seaaaaaaal!"



ZenGum  Saturday Aug 6 02:57 AM

"Door-to-door sales shark attempts friendly smile."



wolf  Saturday Aug 6 12:56 PM

Candygram



Gravdigr  Sunday Aug 7 06:52 AM

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Originally Posted by wolf View Post
Candygram
For the win!!


vocalperk  Monday Aug 8 01:25 PM

this may be a dumb question but ... which "dark spots" are the eyes? The spots where the white meets the grey, or the two more slit-like things on either side of those spots? I look at this and think the slit-like things are the eyes (more diabolical), but I think it's their nostrils.

I always do this with killer whales too ... I look at them and think the white spots are the eyes, when they're really not (makes them more friendly looking I think).



BigV  Monday Aug 8 02:30 PM

the slits are where their spherical eyes are.

you're just seeing them from the "side" of the shark's skull where the eyes don't show much. In fact the shark can't see the photographer at all in this shot, because, naturally, you can't actually see the eyes.

The dark spots on the gray/white border are nostrils.



glatt  Monday Aug 8 03:45 PM

Why does a shark need nostrils? Mouth, gills? Sure.

Nostrils? Maybe they can smell blood with them?



ZenGum  Monday Aug 8 08:47 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by glatt View Post
Why does a shark need nostrils? Mouth, gills? Sure.

Nostrils? Maybe they can smell blood with them?
Absolutely.

Seriously, didn't you know?

They're really good at it too.


Big Sarge  Tuesday Aug 9 12:18 AM

i think it is a dolphin with dental issues



Trilby  Tuesday Aug 9 07:51 AM

This Shark Does NOT Want to Bite You.

Sincerely yours,
Shark Week



glatt  Tuesday Aug 9 08:38 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by ZenGum View Post
Absolutely.

Seriously, didn't you know?

They're really good at it too.
I knew they could "smell" blood, but had no idea how that works. I guess I'm not down with my fish anatomy. So do they have sinuses and stuff?


CaliforniaMama  Tuesday Aug 9 08:43 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Big Sarge View Post
i think it is a dolphin with dental issues
Is there a dentist in the house?

Here's a new profession: dolphin orthodontist!


BigV  Thursday Aug 11 01:48 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by CaliforniaMama View Post
Is there a dentist in the house?

Here's a new profession: dolphin orthodontist!
As a matter of fact, there is! A n00b member, Dr. Ken Siegel.


chrisinhouston  Friday Aug 12 11:14 AM

"You ever see a shark's eyes. They have lifeless eyes,like a doll's eyes. Until they bite you,and the eyes roll over. Then there's the horrible scream,and the water turns red. And despite all the pounded and hollering, all the sharks come in, and rip you to pieces."



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