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Great White sharks are NOT dangerous according to the diver who swam out of his underwater cage to prove it.> This is deceptive because divers swimming next to a shark are less likely to be mistaken  by them as fish or seals. People on the surface of the water swimming diving or surfing appear as prey to the sharks who cannot tell the difference until AFTER they bite into the swimmer or surfer. The wounds inflicted by the bite could be fatal..

Great White sharks are NOT dangerous according to the diver who swam out of his underwater cage to prove it.> This is deceptive because divers swimming next to a shark are less likely to be mistaken by them as fish or seals. People on the surface of the water swimming diving or surfing appear as prey to the sharks who cannot tell the difference until AFTER they bite into the swimmer or surfer. The wounds inflicted by the bite could be fatal..

Scientific Mystery Monday - The Wonder Of Fish - Creation Conversations  http://www.creationconversations.com/profiles/blogs/scientific-mystery-monday-the-wonder-of-fish#

Scientific Mystery Monday - The Wonder Of Fish - Creation Conversations http://www.creationconversations.com/profiles/blogs/scientific-mystery-monday-the-wonder-of-fish#

The two most readily available and commonly kept land crab species in the UK are the Rainbow Land Crab and the Halloween Land Crab. Description from pets4homes.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The two most readily available and commonly kept land crab species in the UK are the Rainbow Land Crab and the Halloween Land Crab. Description from pets4homes.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

This shark is an extremely rare and unusual species of deep water shark. Discovered in 1976, only a few have ever been seen, with 39 specimens known to have been caught or sighted as of 2007 and three recordings on film. Like the basking shark and whale shark, it is a filter feeder, and swims with its enormous mouth wide open, filtering water for plankton and jellyfish

This shark is an extremely rare and unusual species of deep water shark. Discovered in 1976, only a few have ever been seen, with 39 specimens known to have been caught or sighted as of 2007 and three recordings on film. Like the basking shark and whale shark, it is a filter feeder, and swims with its enormous mouth wide open, filtering water for plankton and jellyfish

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