Sharks don’t smile.
That is, aside from the cheerfully reformed Bruce the Shark in Finding Nemo. However, who really trusted him deep down when he said: “Fish are friends”?
However, like so many things, it’s all a matter of perspective.
This week I discovered that when you look at a shark’s mouth from down below and swivel it around, you get a smile.
And, if you’re really lucky, you might even get a toothy grin!
Me being me, I couldn’t resist adding some eyes but Mr Shark was smiling too much to even attempt a moustache!
Now, I can just hear you asking: “How on earth did you come up with this?”
Well, it’s not often that even this intrepid Australian comes face-to-face with a live shark. Indeed, I’ve never even seen a shark outside a tank until this week when a fisherman caught one off OUR beach!
Then, he caught another one!
Baby Bronze Whaler sharks which wouldn’t do much to a human but what about a small dog? I can just imagine the talk down at Dog Beach! Full Story Here.
So, it just goes to show how you can find smiles in the strangest of places!
This has been part of the Weekly Smile blog share at Trent’s World
What has made you smile lately?
The photo shown here isn’t “our” shark. It was much younger with much smaller teeth.