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originally posted by: Signals
I opened this thread with the mild excitement of some type of code phrase, based on the title.
Disappointed, I will still respond with
The rooster is in the henhouse, I repeat, the rooster is in the henhouse.
originally posted by: Thecakeisalie
a reply to: network dude
The poor sharks get a bad wrap; If a big yellow fin Tuna washed up ashore we would eat it. It works both ways.
Sharks dont see us as humans, they see us as prey and they have been hunting prey for hundreds of millions of years. When you enter the water, you enter their domain. Some want to punish them by revenge killing but in truth we are carnivorous predators just like them.
The species has been spotted 2,500 miles (4,000 kilometers) up the Amazon River in South America and dwell in Lake Nicaragua, a freshwater lake in Central America. Bull sharks have traveled up the Mississippi River as far north as Illinois and are regularly spotted in India's Ganges.
Still, the university notes that fatal shark attacks, while undeniably graphic, are so infrequent that beachgoers face a higher risk of being killed by sand collapsing as the result of over achieving sand castle builders.
Sharks are just misunderstood carnivores with a jaw that can crush steel.