THE GREAT WHITE Sharks have a dimension of intelligence that is unique to that animal, especially a great white shark. A great white shark has this organ called ampullae of Lorenzini, and that can actually detect electromagnetic disturbances "

This sign was built for the Oklahoma Lions Club in remembrance of Lou D. Marotta who helped make possible the Children's Park at Lake Hefner in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  This memorial is built from gray granite and features the Lions Club Logo in full color.  This sign was created by Willis Granite Products. See more at: http://www.willisgranite.com/content/oklahoma-lions-club-childrens-park-sign-lake-hefner

Oklahoma Lions Club Children's Park Sign at Lake Hefner

This sign was built for the Oklahoma Lions Club in remembrance of Lou D. Marotta who helped make possible the Children's Park at Lake Hefner in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. This memorial is built from gray granite and features the Lions Club Logo in full color. This sign was created by Willis Granite Products. See more at: http://www.willisgranite.com/content/oklahoma-lions-club-childrens-park-sign-lake-hefner

‘Turducken’ of the sea–scientists off Delaware catch shark within a shark In a bizarre capture, bait is attacked by 3-foot shark, which is then 'completely swallowed' by a large sand tiger shark

A sand tiger shark ate a dogfish shark that was caught by a University of Delaware research group July 19 in the Atlantic Ocean off Delaware. The dogfish ate a hook baited with menhaden and was then swallowed by the sand tiger shark.

Weird Sharks!  If only Shark Week had more specials about these!  In the past six years, there's only been one special that didn't focus on attacks or hunting (2006-2011)

5 of the World's Strangest Sharks The ocean is full of bizarre creatures, and among them are some very odd sharks. Find out what makes these sharks some of the world's strangest sharks.

trynottodrown:  George Karbus Photography

trynottodrown: George Karbus Photography - beautiful photo but scary as hell

Holy Crap!!

this photo is in fact the real thing, taken near the South African coast during a military exercise by the British Navy. It has been nominated by National Geographic as “The Photo of the Year”.

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