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Great White Sharks like to listen to the rock music by AC/DC

Discussion in 'Off Topic and Chat' started by Left C, Jun 3, 2011.

  1. Left C

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    Instead of chumming to attract Great White Sharks for observation in a shark cage, an Australian tour operator has found that great White Sharks are very fond of the Australian rock group AC/DC. Chumming makes the sharks aggressive and the tour operator has found that this is an alternative that is more passive. They seem to like the high decibel, low frequency beat of the music. Two of their favorite songs are "If You Want Blood" and "Shook Me All Night Long." You can click on the links to hear these songs.

    Source: http://www.grindtv.com/outdoor/blog/27329/great+white+sharks+huge+fans+of+rock+band+ac|dc+tour+operator+says/
     
  2. JJ..Bequiet

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    things like this make me think we have/are wasting too much money on space program when we dont even know that much about the majority of our own planet.
    and the "alien" type creatures inhabiting it.
     
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    Now I've gotta try playing Hell's Bells to my cories at max volume.
     
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    I wonder if you could get fish to associate music with feeding...play it just before you feed them.

    You could then tell friends you taught your fish to dance when they react to the music alone.
     

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