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April 27, 2020


Shark poop may be essential to marine ecosystems

(Thanks to Unholy Slacker)


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Knock, knock.
Who's there?
Land-mine shark.

I think they covered this during Sharknado 6. I could be wrong.

Tiger sharks were noted for providing iron and aluminum from all the car parts they eat.

Good. Because I wasn't going to be the one to tell them they can't poop.

I wonder if its good for gardening ? A friend wants to know.

A scientist was unloading a bucket from the back of his pickup when a neighbor kid came up.

"What's in the bucket, mister?" The kid asked

The scientist replied, "It's shark poop. I'm going to put it on the strawberries."

The kid looked at the scientist,"At my house we usually put cream and sugar on our strawberries."

Rim shot for Le Pet.

For the landlocked, using the night soil from a law office is a substitute.

Sounds like the sharks hired a press agent.

If the sharks hadn't eaten them, the other fish on the reef would have continued pooping, probably a larger quantity than the sharks, and the reef would have gained even more nutrients.

Think of it this way: who supplies more manure to the land? A few hundred wolves, or the thousands of elk they eat?

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