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Greenland Shark stranding in Cornwall (1 Viewer)


Bah humbug

(Unfortunately I was just eating a tuna toasted sandwich whilst opening the thread/feed - an already opened tin in the back of the fridge from earlier in the week.)


Bah humbug
Tuna bony fish, shark cartilaginous. I shouldn't worry!

Tell my sensory central nervous system that! - eating a fish sandwich which felt like it was on the turn whilst perusing images of guts and bloated dead things.

Fermented shark is the thing though -

(Wonder if anyone doing the autopsy was tempted to take a bit home to experiment with ... unlikely perhaps!)

Andy Lakin

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I love the fact it is still classed as a juvenille despite being c100 years old. Does anybody know of the estimated age of the oldest individual.

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