Today's Australian puzzle landed in my inbox recently, and the timing couldn't have been better, as I was just reading about a free massive open-enrollment course jointly offered by Cornell University and the University of Queensland entitled "Sharks! Global Biodiversity, Biology, and Conservation."
The course is open for enrollment now, and officially begins on June 28th, during the Discovery Channel's annual "Shark Week."
Our fascination with these prehistoric creatures seems limitless. From "Jaws" to "Sharknado" the movies keep coming, and any story about shark bites spreads far and wide. But who is really eating who? In Australia a popular type of fish and chips prepared with a particular kind of shark known as:
I would add that there's one thing to remember about shark movies: Viewer discretion is advised. If you're squeamish you may find yourself watching through your hands ... no matter who's at the top of the food chain.
Tomorrow we'll ...