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(Slate)   Australian scientists tag sharks with GPS-enabled radio transmitters; they send tweets when they approach a beach. #duhduh-duhduh   ( slate.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, GPS, saltwater crocodiles, brown eye, Terminator  
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2013-12-30 02:28:13 PM  
My dad is so Australian he's in prison.
2013-12-30 02:38:26 PM  
Nothing about sucking their dick?
2013-12-30 03:05:55 PM  
Hands up everyone that swims with an electronic device that can receiver twits?

Really?  That many of you?  Well you're all going to die by shark as you respond to it or retwit it to your friend.

OMG Shark bites hurt Ouch ouch LOL! #YOLO
2013-12-30 03:17:56 PM  
My two year old son, when asked, will tell you that "Sharks say duumm dum .... Dumm Dumm ... dumdum dumdum dumdum dumdum dahhhhhh." He now does this on our frequent trips to the Aquarium, much to the amusement of the volunteer there that told him this when he asked a few months ago.

Unfortunately, he also thinks that lions go, "Nants ingonyama bagithi Baba Sithi uhm ingonyama" from watching too much lion king. Having him belt that out at the zoo is pretty hysterical to watch.
2013-12-30 03:37:30 PM  
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2013-12-30 05:00:15 PM  

Snapper Carr: [i.imgur.com image 470x215]

You magnificent goddamn bastard.
2013-12-30 05:36:45 PM  
Swimming way off shore. #stayinthewater #perfectlysafe
2013-12-30 09:48:30 PM  
where are the lazer beams on their heads?
2013-12-31 01:23:18 AM  
Doing the best with what they have. Bravo, guys. This is valuable.
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