As if Sharknado weren’t bad enough, the actual, real life sharks are headed this way. A great white was caught in the Bay of Fundy in 2011, and a white tagged in Florida was just tracked to the coast of Newfoundland.
I am fully aware that the chances of a shark attack are astronomically low, but something about those flat, dead eyes and the mouthful of razors reminds me that despite our current position on the food chain, human beings started out as prey.
Check out this video, which shows the Newfie shark, “Louise,” getting tagged for tracking – the rational, sciencey part of my brain thinks it’s pretty cool:
Do you share my fear of sharks, or do you count down the days to Shark Week? What other animals give you the wiggins?