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Ancient sharks, not only sub-par, but also pretty gross

biology, evolution, marine science, Natural Science, Science, sharksMarch 18, 2010

If you’re still unconvinced by previous meditations into the sub-par-ody of sharks, consider this study, reported over at Laelaps: The simplest explanation was that the shark (or sharks) which left the marks had been intentionally trying to eat the feces. “From the curvature of the toothmarks and their positions on the specimens,” Godfrey and Smith […]

10 things I hate about sharks

biology, ecology, evolution, marine science, Natural Science, Science, sharksMarch 14, 2010

Although vertebrates, sharks have cartilaginous skeletons. Why can’t they make up their minds? Sharks don’t fly anymore. Seriously, there used to be flying sharks. Flying Sharks. You can’t make this stuff up. Shark fins have no flavor. None. I mean what’s the point? Dermatologists get confused. Teeth for skin? What’s up with that? Sharks aren’t […]

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