Thursday, March 10, 2005

Critics call for great white shark's release

"Free Big Al!"

Why do we(hummans) do this?
I feel like this shark is thinking ‘why the heck am I in here? , im going to kill anything that touches me until my release!

Aquarium officials believe the 88-pound, 5-foot-3-inch shark attacked the smaller, slower animals only as a reflex when it bumped the other sharks, not in a predatory rage.

"Van Sommeran said the million-gallon tank where the shark lives "is really just a bucket. ... His nose is raw from repeated contact with the barrier walls.
"This animal is injured and becoming agitated," he said.