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Two ‘mega sharks’ caught from Australian beach gain worldwide attention
January 2016: Joshua Butterworth, left, and Jethro Bonnichta with the 13.5-foot hammerhead shark they caught from an Australian beach (one of 20+ caught that trip). All sharks were released to the wild.
Shark Hug Me - Cross Stitch Pattern - Instant Download
All sharks just need a little love! When completed it becomes 66 x 53 stitches. Dont have time to do this yourself? Contact me to create a custom order for you! Get yours by instant download to the e-mail address used on your etsy account after check out. This is a digital download pattern created by Rachel Wilde. The file is a PDF, that also includes DMC color thread numbers shown in the pictures above. ** Note -- this pattern is for personal use only. No resale allowed. Please contact…
This author wants us to go easier on sharks but titled her book "Demon Fish." Turns out all shark sex is violent rape, but luckily asexual reproduction is possible when a mate cannot be found! Chairs and Christmas ornaments hurt more people than sharks, but this article only offers advice about what to do if attacked by the latter.
Bull sharks have the strongest bite of any shark species, scientists have discovered. Relative to their body size, bull sharks bite harder than other, larger predatory sharks. Adult bull sharks can bite with a maximum force equivalent to 6,000N, a study of their jaws and jaw muscles has shown. It is unclear why bull sharks have such strong bites, which are much greater than required to kill and eat prey. Details of the discovery are published in the journal Zoology.