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... The Season 1, Episode 4 sketch, titled "Jaws II," featured the "Land Shark," a cunning urban predator (voiced by Chevy Chase) ... the Land Shark is considered the cleverest of all sharks ... Unlike the Great White shark, which tends to inhabit the waters and harbors of recreational beach areas, the Land Shark may strike at any place, any time ...
... In 1991 South Africa was the first country in the world to declare Great White sharks a legally protected species ... Intending to ban the practice of shark finning while at sea, the United States Congress passed the Shark Finning Prohibition Act in 2000 ... Approximately 64,695 Pounds of Shark Fins ...
... Shark Island is an island in Sydney Harbour, Australia ... The name Shark Island is from its shape, which is claimed to resemble a shark ... Just north of the northern tip of the island is Shark Island Light, an active pile lighthouse which was built in 1913 ...
... The Land Shark (also land shark, landshark, LandShark) was a recurring character from the sketch comedy television series Saturday Night Live ... Jaws, and the subsequent hysteria over purported shark sightings ...
... The Bala shark, Balantiocheilos melanopterus, also known as the tricolor shark, silver shark, or shark minnow, is a fish species of the family Cyprinidae, and is ... This species is not a true shark, but is commonly called a "shark" because of its torpedo-shaped body and large fins ...
More definitions of "shark":
- (verb): Hunt shark.
- (noun): A person who is ruthless and greedy and dishonest.
- (noun): A person who is unusually skilled in certain ways.
Example: "A card shark"
- (noun): Any of numerous elongate mostly marine carnivorous fishes with heterocercal caudal fins and tough skin covered with small toothlike scales.
Famous quotes containing the word shark:
“De god wat made shark must be one dam Ingin.”
—Herman Melville (18191891)
“They will tell you tough stories of sharks all over the Cape, which I do not presume to doubt utterly,how they will sometimes upset a boat, or tear it in pieces, to get at the man in it. I can easily believe in the undertow, but I have no doubt that one shark in a dozen years is enough to keep up the reputation of a beach a hundred miles long.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Oh, the shark has pretty teeth, dear
And he shows them pearly white
Just a jackknife has Macheath, dear
And he keeps it out of sight.”
—Bertolt Brecht (18981956)