Here we are getting ready for the Shark Week Scavenger Hunt part II. First of all, I want to apologize for the quality of the photos. The Producer’s images are sharp and clear; mine look like I developed them in a milk bath. Not sure what happened, but hope you can enjoy them anyway.
We are being catered by Anything’s Baked Potato of Austin, and our entertainment is Coldplay.
So don’t miss the bus.
Velvet Belly Lantern shark. Wonder who pet the belly to determine it was velvet?
The Maco Shark loves swordfish and is found wherever swordfish are found. Unfortunately, they are endangered due to fishing.
Bull Shark. All you freshwater fans should know these guys travel the Mississippi River.
Great name Izu Catshark and, as can be guessed, live only around Japan.
A reader had hoped G would be a different name. But, nope, Great White it is. No known predators and found everywhere. Just when you thought it was safe to go in the water.
Whale Shark – Largest 41,000 pounds and 61 feet. Loves tropical waters and eats plankton and small fish.
Angel Shark – Endangered. It is now found in the shelf sediment habitats in the Mediterranean Sea and eastern Atlantic.
Hammerhead Shark – Hammerheads are found worldwide in warmer waters along coastlines and continental shelves. They range in size from 3 feet to 19 feet and can weigh up to 1300 pounds.
Oceanic Whitetip Shark – The oceanic whitetip is found globally in deep, open oceans, with temperatures greater than 18 °C (64 °F). This shark is aggressive and threatened due to its fins and meat demand.
Port Jackson Shark – Lays eggs and does not need to swim to breathe. Found in the warm waters off the coast of Southern Australia.
So here is where we are on our scorecard and message key. I think by now, you noticed there is no 22. As hard as The Producer and I searched, we could not find it. But, we did figure out its letter. It is T.
Reminded me of the secret decoder ring on Christmas Story. Well, it is time to relax and eat and enjoy Coldplay live from Wembley Stadium on August 13th, 2022