One thing I will never understand are those huge tanks in aquariums that have sharks in the mix with other ocean creatures. Do the non-sharks have any idea? Do these fish and turtles KNOW that there’s a shark in there? They circle around like it’s no big deal, so I don’t know if they are oblivious or just being extremely careful to not get close to their terrifying roommates. Or they DO get eaten and the aquarium staff routinely reloads the tank with more shark-fodder.

I understand that not all sharks are into eating everything like motion pictures would lead us to believe, but I have definitely seen some toothy-looking dudes in there. It’s like if someone told me, “Your new roommate is a bear. He probably won’t try to eat you. Shh, don’t worry about it.” Maybe that’s why fish always look so worried.