29 March, 2011

Yes, my Achilles Heel is my nose. No touchie.


And that's how to stop the mighty Great White Shark. Okay, so I'm exaggerating a bit.
The shark's nose sensors are called "Ampullae of Lorenzini". These sensors are used to detect minute electric charges given off by injured or frightened prey. When one places their hand lightly on the shark's nose and block the shark's sensors, the shark supposedly becomes docile (watch this). Therefore, my parents need not worry when I go off on my grand adventure some day and do this.

Ps - Valerie Taylor is one of the luckiest women on this planet.
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