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Old 02-08-2007, 05:36 PM   #1
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Rare shark video

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they do that with angler fish, they can't live in captivity do to lack or pressure, basically keeping it in activity was a death sentence.

cool looking shark though
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Great video, thanks for sharing.
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what an interesting looking shark!

Maybe they were't sure if he could live in captivity or not.
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Well, its a deepwater fish, but when they found it the shark was swimming near the surface, so it was likely sick to begin with.
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