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Video: 100+ sharks come in to feed in shallow waters in south Thailand

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Hanging up in some restaurant by tonight

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6 hours ago, Beggar said:

Looking for some Chinese food? 

My thoughts as well - an eat as much as you can beach buffet!!

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8 hours ago, webfact said:

100+ sharks come in to feed in shallow waters in south Thailand

Sorry got the wrong idea ...

 

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" Blacktip reef sharks have extremely small home ranges and exhibit strong site fidelity, remaining within the same local area for up to several years at a time "

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Posted (edited)

........until they are caught and have their fins chopped off, as will happen to this lot soon.

 

Personaly, I don't take photos of anything and would never upload for the world to see anything like this. 

Discovery Channel, Blue Planet, Lonely Planet etc have been the death knell for many locations and wild life all over the place. A perfect example currenty is Komodo island. Too many tourists. If the dragons were closer to LoS they would have all been BBQ'd a long time ago.

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