Shark Project 1

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    Did you kill this shark? That is sad and offensive...poor thing, what a wasted life :(
     
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    Hey pieq, I watched a dirty jobs episode recently where they were capturing sharks in iceland I believe it was. Very interesting work.
    Anyway number one is pretty cool. The spinal section is a little bright. And number three is just nasty, hehe.
     
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    Thank you for the kind comment. :D
    I watched the most dangerous job in the world on TV (Alaska crab catching). It was awesome and harsh at the same time.
    To stop it from getting out of hand, I give out some pointers for the viewers.

    You need to look at the Shark Project 1 first then Shark Project 2.
    In the first photo, little girls are trying to hold the shark to remove the hook and release. The shark was safely released.
    Man I was hoping somebody would get the idea before I say it but it seems like some people get offended by the photos.
    I was just trying to show that how much our action is directly related to our sensory organs regardless of what is really happening. :D
     

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