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User avatar #86 - JackLambert (03/29/2010) [-]
its ****** terrible the way people treat sharks in particular great whites, ive thought that for a while but i saw 60 minutes last night and they usually only bite when theyre curious about something.....and for the people who have been bitten in all fairness you were swimming in the sharks kitchen what do you expect(insert sammich joke for last part of my rant)
User avatar #142 to #86 - PizzaOMGZ (03/29/2010) [-]
i think we should start biting what we're curious about something too..
User avatar #143 to #142 - PizzaOMGZ (03/29/2010) [-]
User avatar #127 to #86 - Sqeakerz (03/29/2010) [-]
Yea, I saw that too. And the playboy russian billionair. :P Anyway, it said the shark was already injured and they were unable to release it.
#115 to #86 - anon (03/29/2010) [-]
Dude, screw that, I realize it's the shark's pen when you enter the water but I have no sympathy for anything that'll bight me cause it's curious. If I could I'd kill and eat in return. Trinidad food.
#110 to #86 - anon (03/29/2010) [-]
That "Curious" bite your talking about has more than enough force to tear a person's leg off if it's a great white. You could bleed to death or another shark could smell your blood.
#113 to #110 - anon (03/29/2010) [-]
I agree with JackLambert - you should watch Sharkwater.
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