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Dec 11, 2014


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Is it me or do many of the White sharks now "flush" their mouths with seawater once the decoy is tasted? Some even look visibly annoyed with the, ahem, "bait and switch," i.e., suggesting higher cognition for these semi-warm-blooded fish. They learn quick but cannot resist the temptation of an isolated seal. It is probably such a strongly ingrained instinctual habit so closely tied to their survival, not unlike a lioness in the zoo grunting upon hearing a human mew like a lion cub. Instinct overrides legal impossibility.

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