Speaking of sharks! I have just completed a set of hideously adorable fat delighted blushing babies. Exclusive shark buttons were sent out to my Patrons earlier this month, but you can soon buy scarves and jewelry of these darlings at Otakon 2015 and in my shop!
WECT.com (Channel 6 News) is reporting that several beach-goers are reporting finding abundant fossil shark teeth, including Megalodon teeth after recent coastal storms and higher than normal tides. These teeth started being found at the beginning of October from Surf City to North Topsail beach.
Be sure to check out MegalodonSwag.com for more Megalodon news, information and well, swag…
Though admittedly, there are no pitchforks in his illustration. A piece I did for Newsweek bout Shark Week and their abandoning for educational programming, and awareness for the endangered species in favor of the image of monster killer dinosaur sharks.
Will graham is like all of the shark attack survivors in shark documentaries who got chunks taken out of them by sharks and spend the rest of their lives studying them and swimming with them and petting them
<p><b><p></b> <b><p></b> <b>me, on a date:</b> </b> </b> so what's your opinion on sharks?<p/><b>them:</b> oh my god they are such cold, heartless MONSTERS and-<p/><b>me, shoving breadsticks in my purse:</b> sorry but i have to go home, right now, immediately.<p/></p><p/></p><p/></p><p/></p><p/></p><p/></p><p/></p>
The epaulette shark (Hemiscyllium ocellatum) is a small species of longtailed carpet shark found in shallow, tropical waters (typically coral reefs or in tidal pools). The common name of this shark comes from the very large, white-margined black spot behind each pectoral fin, which are reminiscent of military epaulettes. Something unique (and adorable!) about these sharks is that rather than swimming, sometimes they “walk” by wriggling their bodies and pushing with their paired fins.