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A Shark comes along and trolls their catch.
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imagic 2 years ago
not much of a catch... left
but they got a lot of spectacle instead
prekazi 2 years ago
My wife said "If you go hunting or fishing one more time I'm going to leave you"... I'm sure going to miss her.
banzemanga 2 years ago
Amazing in many ways. But imagine the fear and feeling the fish had in trying to escape the sharks but unable to do so and being eating alive.
yokey91 2 years ago
Everyone has a "fish Story", but at least they have proof!
CudSmacked 2 years ago
#3 - I'm pretty sure the majority of the fish sharks eat are in a sense "eaten alive". That is to say they were alive before they were killed through the act of being eaten.
Tehrasha 2 years ago
If I had just watched multiple sharks fighting over the fish on the end of my line, I would not be so quick to reach over the side with my hand to retrieve the piece of 'bait' that remained...
AssieChris 2 years ago
Aussie Aussie Aussie...
Cyrille 2 years ago
Who is on top of the food chain ?
Kaworu 2 years ago
Sharks: [reciting] I am a nice shark, not a mindless eating machine. If I am to change this image, I must first change myself. Fish are friends, not food. - Bruce - Finding Nemo, LOOKS LIKE HE FELL OFF THE WAGON!
ughlah 2 years ago
Hemingway's Old Man of the Sea got real...Hurray for classic literature.
Severd_nerv 2 years ago
#2 Isent that a Brad Paisley Song???
ringmaster 2 years ago
Oceans will never be human's domain.
cyberdevil 2 years ago
At least they got the sword.
2 years ago
720 x 404 px
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