Friday, April 5, 2013


THAT was me screaming in frustration   This post doesn't have ANYTHING to do with sharks.  I just wanted to ask if you if you get as annoyed as I do when Chrome crashes and all your tabs say "He's dead Jim" and there is a file with X eyes and a frowny face.  If you do feel the same way, feel free to leave me a comment telling me how you feel about the dead folder dude.:(

Anyway, I hope this doesn't happen often.


Thursday, April 4, 2013

"Shark Survivor turns Shark Saviour"

Hey everybody, I have some AWESOME news.  About 10 minutes ago, my mom gave me a news paper called The National Post, with the front page title: "Shark Survivor turns Shark Saviour".  The little words under the picture said: "Canadian Nicole Moore lost most of her left arm and suffered severe damage to her left leg in a shark attack in Mexico, in 2011.  She isn't holding a grudge: She says she's on "a mission" to prevent the needless killing of sharks."

Now, THAT is what I call super awesome!  Since the article on Nicole is SUPER long, I'm just going to put a link to the National Post website at the end of this post.:)


  • The first fossil of a Great White Shark, was of it's teeth, came from 60-65 MILLION years ago.(That was around the time when the dinosaurs went extinct!WOW!)
  •  "In 2010, Greenpeace International added the school sharkshortfin mako sharkmackerel sharktiger shark and spiny dogfish to its seafood red list, a list of common supermarket fish that are often sourced from unsustainable fisheries."
I found these fact's at

Well that pretty much covers everything, here's that link to the National Post:

Remember, Sharks aren't scary, they're just different!! :)

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Even MORE facts about sharks

Hey guys!  I'm just reading stuff on the Dork Diaries website and I decided to do a blog.  I am looking for shark info and...

Sorry, Mom just called for supper!


Sorry!  Now where was I? (tapping chin, trying to remember)  Oh yeah!  I found a Shark-Wikipedia and I was like "YEAH!!!!"  But I only said it in my head.  Or maybe I didn't.  Anyway, on to the "facts" part of this   blog!

A Megalodon is the one of the oldest sharks and it is the biggest of the sharks known to man.

In 1991 South Africa was the first to call Great White Sharks a protected species.

I'll be back soon with some more facts next time, but until then...

Sharks aren't scary, they are just different!!!!!!!!