Global warming horror: Sharknado vs. Bearicane


Likely, as you read this, I am frolicking on the Texas coast.
Or battling for my very life.
Perhaps you’ve heard about the event that has sent shock waves among Loch Ness monster fans and other devotees of mysterious denizens of the deep.
In Australia, a giant nine-foot long great white shark was tagged for observation of its aquatic life.
However, the shark’s monitoring device washed up on a beach. When the information was accessed, scientists were shocked.


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