Goblin shark attack At the opposite end of the mood spectrum, we have this GIF of a goblin shark attack. However terrifying most sharks may be, they don’t generally unhinge their entire faces and eject a jaw full of barbed teeth straight into their targets. Goblin sharks, as you can see, are a little different. Their elongated snouts contain highly sensitive electromagnetic sensors, which help them find prey in the blackness of the deepest ocean bottoms, where they dwell. This video of a goblin shark in the wild comes from the Japanese broadcast of NHK Tokushuu on Aug. 31, 2008.
oftentimes in our world, a being’s true nature is hidden for some time. one may have to wait for some time to actually get a clear picture of who and how they actually are. it’s really not a biggie issue, but it does remind me yet again that although my own inner alarm is tethered to a larger visceral sensation, it’s also remarkably astute and intutitively connected to a depth charge which often scatters all living things nearby.
among the possibilities in explaining the attack of the shark are two that have bell ringing clarity.
1) vulnerability, easy pickunz, walking dead
2) fericious efforts to save oneself create motion that attracts predators
I lost my heart Under the bridge To that little girl So much to me And now I moan And now I holler She’ll never know Just what I found That blue eyed girl She said “no more” That blue eyed girl Became blue eyed whore Down by the water I took her hand Just like my daughter I’ll see her again
Oh help me Jesus Come through this storm I had to lose her To do her harm I heard her holler I heard her moan My lovely daughter I took her home
Little fish, big fish, swimming in the water. Come back here, man, gimme my daughter. Little fish, big fish, swimming in the water. Come back here, man, gimme my daughter.