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The Second Step into Oblivion

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by , 11th January 2011 at 03:47 PM (340 Views)
Hello, fellow readers!

I know most of you are not familiar with my blog series entitled "Steps into Oblivion", and no wonder, because this is only the second one of them and a long time has passed... Anyway, feel free to read (and comment) the first step!

So, dear readers, today we'll talk about sharks...but not all sharks, or I could very well stay there typing for days straight. Instead, I'll talk you about the shark species which intrigues me the most...

I'll give you a hint before you open the spoiler below. Some call it the ugliest fish of the "seven seas"!

Now, time for me to ask you some things, fellow readers!

  • Did you like to read this little TL;DR about The Great Hammershark?
  • Do you want another article of this kind about other animals?
  • If you answered "yes" to the above question, is there any animal you would REALLY like read about in an article of this kind?

Thanks for reading, and please comment!

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  1. Jabberwocky's Avatar
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    Do the thylacine >:O
  2. Shiny Staraptor's Avatar
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    Cool! Never knew any of that about hammerheads XD
  3. SharKing's Avatar
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    Sharks are always interesting to look into. In fact, I recently picked up something in school (one of my assignment papers) saying that sharks started to exist even before dinosaurs. I don't know if that's true or not, but it sure is intriguing.

    Thanks for bringing in-depth detail about the Hammerhead into my blog, ghaskan. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
  4. Mintaka's Avatar
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    One of the first sharks existed in Cambrian Period, so yes, before dinosaurs :D

    And ghaskan, that's an impressive blog you wrote. ;]


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