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by -- Lyency August. 09, 2010 3606 views
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Stormfish 9 years, 9 months ago

to add my 5 cents to longimanus' competence: as i think that humans are a force of nature, it is, in the end, nature endangering itself that kills all these sharks. i find that even more sad, because in consequence, it means that nature - or life, or the universe, of the creator or whatever made this all work - doesn't give a shit about itself. these fish are elegant, efficient, completely innocent killing machines - what a wonderful feeling to be amongst them!

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Monika 9 years, 9 months ago

ps. there is a wonderful [url=http://www.tropicarium.hu/?a=rendezvenyterem&lang=hu]aquarium[/url] in budapest too... your pics are wonderful. as far as i can judge these are sand tiger or grey nurse sharks. they are the most widely kept sharks in public aquariums because of their large size and higher adaptability to captivity than other sharks.

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Monika 9 years, 9 months ago

within just few decades greedy man was capable of endangering them even though they`ve been around for several hundred million years, predate humans and even dinosaurs. they have survived everything mother nature has thrown at them over that span, so we could think they'll be around for another couple hundred million years. now, calculate the probability of that...

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