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March 29, 2019


Enormous shark found with head bitten off by even bigger beast off Australia coast

(Thanks to John Lobert)


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I crossed Australia off my must see list a long time ago.

The farthest place on Earth from Australia appears to be (roughly) the Bermuda Triangle. This must mean something.

That photo is unnerving. Staggering. Apparently the Queen of Hearts
is under the sea barking orders, "Off with his head!"

They say it was an Orca that ate the Mako shark leaving only the head but I'm thinking Megalodon. That or aliens.

Contrary to popular belief, I don't think they need a bigger boat. Whatever bit the head off that huge shark wouldn't notice a little boat. But now we might have an idea what really pushed the Titanic into that iceberg.

He caught the one that didn't get away from the one that did. And glad it did.

I'm converting to Bedouinism.

Ustralia. It's official.

The headline and story don't match. "Enormous shark found with head bitten off." No, the guy with the strange name also-known-as-Jason found the head, not the shark. Shoddy journalism.

For some reason Elton John's song, "The Circle Of Life" has been stuck in my head since I read this yesterday. Make it stop!!!!

I blame Australian snakes and spiders. Or squirrels.

It was the guppies. They make 'em big Down Under.

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