crocodile shark

A Memo To Disney Cast Members.

A Disney Cast Members’ top priority is the comfort and safety of our guests. For this reason, all Disney World employees must follow these rules. Failure to do so will result in disciplinary action.

  • Ask to examine the photos our guests have taken. Be friendly. Check for abnormalities. If any are found, call for security. Guests may be distracted with free merchandise.
  • Every seventh photograph taken on the Dinosaur attraction must be deleted. If questioned, explain that it was a technical error and offer Fast Passes.
  • The rumors of sharks and crocodiles in the Lagoon are false. However, there is no swimming outside of designated swimming pools on Disney property.
  • Dead alligators are common around the Lagoon. Simply evacuate the area, call security, then take note of how much has been eaten.
  • There is only one Mickey out at once. If you find a second Mickey having an autograph session, check for eye holes. All Disney costumes have eye holes.
  • If you don’t find eye holes, allow the session to continue, but disallow photos. Call security immediately after the session concludes.
  • If you spot a second Mickey off to the side, lure him into the tunnels. That’s what the ducks are there for. Leave immediately afterwards, and do not look back.
  • The Disney World security unit does not wear specially marked clothing. If you see someone wearing a shirt that says “Disney Security”, shut down that section of the park immediately.

Following these rules will help ensure a safe and pleasurable trip to the happiest place on Earth. So stay knowledgeable, and stay safe.

independent.co.uk
Crocodile shark discovered on UK coastline for first time
A crocodile shark – a species that normally lives in tropical waters off Brazil and Australia – has been found on the UK coast for the first time in recorded history. The animal was found dead on a beach at Hope Cove near Plymouth, according to the National Marine Aquarium in the Devon city. Experts have identified it as a crocodile shark, Pseudocarcharias kamoharai.
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Here are some of the non-dinosaurs found at the Museum of the Rockies, many of them again found in Montana. We have a skull from a miocene aged crocodile relative, A fern, a piece of petrified wood, some plant fossils, a giant turtle shell, a giant ammonite, and a few stromatolites - one of them from Australia (modern) and one of them from the Precambrian Belt Formation found in Glacier National Park.

Creepypasta #1200: A Memo To Disney Cast Members

Length: Short

A Disney Cast Members’ top priority is the comfort and safety of our guests. For this reason, all Disney World employees must follow these rules. Failure to do so will result in disciplinary action.

  • Ask to examine the photos our guests have taken. Be friendly. Check for abnormalities. If any are found, call for security. Guests may be distracted with free merchandise.
  • Every seventh photograph taken on the Dinosaur attraction must be deleted. If questioned, explain that it was a technical error and offer Fast Passes.
  • The rumors of sharks and crocodiles in the Lagoon are false. However, there is no swimming outside of designated swimming pools on Disney property.
  • Dead alligators are common around the Lagoon. Simply evacuate the area, call security, then take note of how much has been eaten.
  • There is only one Mickey out at once. If you find a second Mickey having an autograph session, check for eye holes. All Disney costumes have eye holes.
  • If you don’t find eye holes, allow the session to continue, but disallow photos. Call security immediately after the session concludes.
  • If you spot a second Mickey off to the side, lure him into the tunnels. That’s what the ducks are there for. Leave immediately afterwards, and do not look back.
  • The Disney World security unit does not wear specially marked clothing. If you see someone wearing a shirt that says “Disney Security”, shut down that section of the park immediately.

Following these rules will help ensure a safe and pleasurable trip to the happiest place on Earth. So stay knowledgeable, and stay safe.

Credits to: TheRabidFangirl (story)

B A S I C   I N F O.


Name : Ja'Ruh
Nickname : /
Title: Crew Member
Age: 30 y.o.
Species: Tiger Shark/Crocodile Monster Dude(I have no name for the species yet)
Gender: Male

Sex: Male
Size: 197 cm
Sexuality: Pan
Relationship status: Single


P E R S O N A L I T Y:


-Patient: He has endless patience but don’t provoke him! He will turn into an aggressive beast and his fangs and claws are very sharp.

-Clumsy: He tries to act cool and tough, but he always ends up being a bit clumsy and embarrassed around his crush.

-Brave: There ain’t many things he is afraid of.

-Adaptable: He can adapt to every situation and environment pretty quickly. He has his way around others too.

-Protective: He’d do anything for the ones he cares about.

-Loyal: He’s a loyal friend and lover.


S T R E N G H T S / W E A K N E S S E S


Strengths:

-Sharp fangs and claws

-Skilled with swords and pistols

-Strong

-Has a lot of resistance underwater


Weaknesses:

-He’s not very agile and although he can swim pretty fast, he’s slower than other species

-Doesn’t do well far from water for long. Needs to take a swim at least once a day.


N  O T E S / Random Facts


He fantasizes about meeting a mermaid/merman.

He loves to explore ocean bottoms in search for hidden treasures/interesting finds.

He can move both on 4 or 2 legs.


H I S T O R Y


Ja'ruh hatched in a swamp, alongside his 12 siblings where they spent their first 10 years learning how to swim and survive in the water, before their bodies allowed them to explore the soil.  In search for adventure, Ja'ruh studied different species and cities, till he finally decided to join a crew of buccaneers. He discovered life at the sea was his call and the crew members quickly became his own family.


RP STATUS


Open:

Yes: Adventure, Ship Life, Buccaneer life, Adult Themes, Character Development

Considering: Romance/Sex

No: Character Death, Fetishes

|;;ʘ‿ʘ)╯!! Oh hello again here’s some more trashy ship fanart for a cute lil ship I recently fell in love with!! I’m still getting the hang of drawing Vector~ Here’s the boyfriends cuddling together sleeping ♥ (ノ)´∀`(ヾ)

{Commissions}

Requested by @robtilian-horror

Basically a hybrid of Scyfy’s main monsters: Shark,Crocodile,Snake and spider.

Originally there were going to be eight legs, but it hid the design and clutered to much, so I decided that maybe the other two pairs fused in development with the rest of the legs. Or it developed spider legs, but only four due to the dominance of the other genes.

anonymous asked:

can u plz do a Gil x harry x uma and Harry's really scared of water and they teach him to swim,harry cries beforehand and afterwards they can't get him out of the sea (HEADCANON)

- Harry’s like 5-6 and he’s terrified of the sea because most of his experience with it at this point is his dad making recalcitrant crew mates walk the plank or fearing the crocodiles and killer sharks living in the water. He knows what’s down there.

- Sadly for bby!Harry it’s HOT out so Uma leads him and Gil to the water and basically says ‘we’re going swimming’.

- Gil jumps right in and shakes his wet hair around like a dog and getting in the water makes Uma’s tentacles come out and the next thing Harry knows they’re splashing around and screaming and laughing.

- Harry WANTS to get in, he really does, but all he can think of is his father’s face blanching at hearing the familiar tick tock tick tock tick tock of the crocodile and it makes his blood go cold so he keeps standing at the edge of it just staring at them.

- BBY!Uma getting huffy and ordering Harry into the water because it’s too HOT to stand around on the beach Harry and they’re here to have fun so you get in this water NOW.

- Harry gets upset because he’s looking weak but he cannot help it because the water is terrifying and so yeah, he starts crying and explains quietly he’s afraid of the water.

- Bby!Uma is not impressed. She points out that both she and Gil are in the water and they’re fine, that there aren’t any crocodiles or sharks around THIS part of the water and he can always get out if he hates it now GET IN HERE Harry

- Harry does and Gil helps him come in deeper and shows him how humans tread water and it’s not so bad. Then, again, Uma and Gil start splashing and throwing each other around and Harry is knocked underwater so he’s spluttering and annoyed when he gets back up and whoops, now he’s the one splashing the others in annoyance. Uma explains you need to hold your breath, Hook, you can’t breathe water like she can and so it’s not AS bad next time he’s knocked underwater.

- He loves swimming and whoops good luck getting him out of the water. Uma gives him a congratulatory kiss on the cheek and so does Gil because, hey, Uma did.

- Cut to them being older and now Harry can jump in with no hesitation and yeah, now it’s basically swimming, splashing, throwing each other around and yeah, kissing in the water. These three are the most fun throuple on the Isle.

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63. The wine cask (goon sack) is an Australian invention
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66. The world’s first compulsory seat belt law was put into place in Victoria in 1970.
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73. In 1975, Australia had a government shutdown, which ended with the Queen firing everyone and the government starting again.
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