Sunday, January 31, 2016

Shark Devours Another Shark At South Korean Aquarium In Gangnam District


Some people speculate that the reason no bigfoot bodies have been found is because they may eat (gulp) their dead. While cannibalism is a taboo subject to us, even humans in dire situations of survival have ultimately given into using our own kind as a food source. Recently a female shark ate a male shark in a South Korean aquarium, showing us in the animal world it's all about survival.


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    1. I GET STUPID DRUNK "THEN" I CLIMB UP THE HIGHEST MOUNTAIN,AT THAT POINT !!
      I YELL,COME AND FIGHT ME!!YOU WEAK PRISON BITCH SASQUATCH!!!! As ALWAYS THEY PUNK OUT!
      TK

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    2. CANT EVEN IMATATE ME CORECTOLY HAA HAAAA .

      IDOIT.. TROLL KILLER! ^

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  2. Did that lady say the killer shark was a tiger shark? I think that's what I heard. If so she was wrong. Unless it ate a tiger shark.

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  3. "Bigfoot eat their dead?"

    More excuses for the persistent lack of a specimen. Do they also eat the bones? How is it that archaeologists have to perform intimate, detailed examinations of human remains before they even begin to hint at cannibalism, but where bigfoot is concerned the very lack of remains somehow becomes definitive "proof of cannibalism"?

    This is why the public views bigfoot as a joke, and science thinks bigfoot research is nothing but idiots.

    We need a specimen, not excuses for the lack of one.

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