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Why Is Shark Week So Entertaining?

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Yes, I've got teeth. Really big teeth | Discovery

What IS it about Shark Week we find so entertaining? Is it the fact that these massive creatures can annihilate anything in their path? That humans don’t stand a chance if they’re in the way of a hungry shark?

Or maybe it’s the simple fact that their razor-sharp teeth are beyond our comprehension. Ok, sharks. Let’s have it. Show us your teeth.

Shark Week starts Sunday, July 31 at 9 p.m. on Discovery Channel.

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Jane Boursaw

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  1. Ah, Shark Week. Every once in a while, it would be nice to have pay TV. Shark Week is one of those times!
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  2. maybe it is because they seem mysterious — having lived along waters where there are plenty of sharks, though. I am not sure I find them so. fearsome at times though. and, side note, I have eaten shark….
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  3. Don’t they just recycle the same old footage year after year? I’ve never been a big fan of Shark Week, but I do, otherwise, enjoy sea creature TV.
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    • Jane Boursaw

      Now that you mention it … they might as well recycle the same footage year after year, because it all looks the same to me!

      It’s funny, because I swim in Lake Michigan nearly every day in the summer, and yes, I know it’s one of the Great Lakes, but I’ve seen ‘Jaws’ one too many times, so I’m always looking around to see a big creature swimming near me.

  4. His teeth are very sharp and savage but not to be feared. There is a secret behind it. What God created will never be in vain.

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