Miami, FL

#1 Apr 21, 2006
mostly bubll sharks carhinidae leucus or is it luecus
i think it's leucus but some body correct me i'm olny 11

Miami, FL

#2 Apr 21, 2006
mostly bull sharks not bulbll

Miami, FL

#3 Apr 21, 2006
me too!

Salem, OH

#4 Sep 1, 2006 -Macropharyngodon bipartus photo-Microsoft Internet Explorer
Sarah Springer


#5 Mar 6, 2007
I'm absolutely fascinated by sharks!! I love how graceful they are. And when I graduate college (haha! give me nine years at least... I'm only a freshman in high school!) I want to do a conservation program to do with sharks. Anyways. I've done some research and have discovered something: Great whites are NOT the most dangerous oceanic predators! Look at scalloped hammerheads, bullsharks, tiger sharks... Bull sharks are especially dangerous. But I just wanted to say this because I can!! B)
Jimmy Owens

Honolulu, HI

#6 Mar 7, 2007
Yeah... I live in Hawaii and more people are killed by falling COCONUTS than by sharks. I am 12 years old and I have been educated on these creatures. They aren't the scary animals you see on T.V, and in fact they try to avoid you! They can smell you in the water from up to 2 miles away and are'nt bullies to humans. So you don't have to worry...

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