Fun Facts: After the whale shark, the basking shark is the second largest living fish, and can grow up to 32 feet long. These sharks are often mistaken for plesiosaurs, a group of long-necked, predatory marine reptiles that lived at the time of the dinosaurs.
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8. Rubus australis
Among the brambles there are also the Bush-lawyers of New Zealand—terrible spiny affairs with long thin arms beset with millions of minute but efficient ivory spines and hooks. The chief merit of R. australis is that it is not quite hardy, so that in time you may be relieved from the inhospitable massed mess that it forms of spidery-thin and almost leafless branchage, accumulating into an inextricable mound of white wiry whipcord, armed with insatiable little teeth as numerous, vicious, and ivorine as those of sharks, though not so large. There is practically no foliage, and neither flower nor fruit would be worth contemplation even if they ever condescended to appear. This should be planted in a cold dank place (if you want it to die).
the mechanical shark used for the JAWS movies was named ‘Bruce’. in Finding Nemo, the shark was named Bruce in his honor.