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Sharks Cross Breeding Because Of Climate Change.

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Here is an interesting article about sharks cross breeding along the QLD coast.

Unfortunately the whacky scientists have again blamed climate change for this problem.
/>http://www.news.com.au/technology/sci-tech/hybrid-sharks-found-in-australian-waters/comments-fn5fsgyc-1226235304370

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I'd like to see a hammerhead/shovelnose cross. So it would be two tools in one, such a handy shark! It could be called the Danoz-direct-limited-special-TV-offer super tool shark. And you always get two for the price of one!

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I'd like to see a hammerhead/shovelnose cross. So it would be two tools in one, such a handy shark! It could be called the Danoz-direct-limited-special-TV-offer super tool shark. And you always get two for the price of one!

Here I was thinking a great white-hammer would be sick, but you have just trumped that!

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I'd like to see a hammerhead/shovelnose cross. So it would be two tools in one, such a handy shark! It could be called the Danoz-direct-limited-special-TV-offer super tool shark. And you always get two for the price of one!

Here I was thinking a great white-hammer would be sick, but you have just trumped that!

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That sounds a bit rude!!! :blush: :blush: :blush: Pornstar shark?

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