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By Anonymous - / Thursday 17 July 2014 15:57 / United States
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at least your not in Australia. then any water you dropped your glasses in would be shark infested waters...

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Anywho is a nonsense word, but lots of people use it so while it's technically incorrect it's also completely fine to use.

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OP might have a little trouble seeing the bright side.. as someone with 24/7 prescription glasses, I can sympathize.. fyl OP

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Am I the only one that finds it weird that there is just an open exhibit for viewing sharks with the possibility of falling in? At least where I'm from, the aquariums have walls of glass separating us and the marine life.

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i dont know, but i guess that we here in denmark have a different view on zoos than other places :/

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I thought this was weird too. The way it's posted makes it sound like a shark could jump up and bite someone's head off if they wanted.

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#41, depending on how high they are from the tank. Maybe it's high up, because OP did say they were leaning over to get a closer look. Or maybe the shark just swam under the walkway.

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I've been to a couple of parks and aquariums with sharks, I got in the water with them, the sharks they keep in these places are not aggressive towards humans as we're too big for them to eat, usually reef sharks, grey nurses, and occasionally hammer heads, they'll attack if threatened, though, so while you can be in the water with them, it is advised not to get too close

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You do realize if you touch a shark it feels like your hand is on fire... And a large number of people think they got bit by a shark when all that happened was that the shark rubbed its skin on them by accident when swimming by

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Bad things always happen to a good set of glasses. Too bad they weren't cheap sunglasses. The sharks would have probably grabbed them with their teeth and then hand them back to you personally.

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"I do believe that you dropped these, my good madam. Now, would you mind lowering your fingers, that I may help myself to a little nibble?"

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