Recently a viral video showed a grouper fish eating a 4 foot shark in one bite. I immediately thought of the movie Aliens 2. I said to myself this is one smart shark. To a shark, I’m sure we humans must look like the Aliens did in the movie. Both humans and aliens have a wicked purpose for killing. In the movie the humans die to hatch Aliens out of their chest and in real life Sharks die a slow death so humans can have soup. #stopsharkfinning
1. Losing a fin for soup.
2. Becoming steak fillets for a Labor Day BBQ.
3. Or being stuffed for a restaurant or bar display.
As a result of this more than likely the sharks prefer none of the above. I’ll go out on a limb and say losing a fin and being left for a slow death at the bottom of the ocean is my least favorite, if I was a shark. This is the video of (Grouper eats 4ft shark in one bite)
At last we get a sense of what might be going through the mind of a 4ft shark near its death, “Shark fin soup sucks and kill me now.” This leads me directly to the movie, “Aliens 2,” where Private Vasquez and Gorman are surrounded by the Aliens. They have a choice to die at the hands of the Aliens and create little baby aliens by having them explode out of their chest or push the grenade button and blow up now. You don’t have to watch it to know the answer and if you do want to check it out go ahead and verify the outcome of
I believe that the 4ft shark asked the Grouper to eat him and save this grotesque ending of slow death at the bottom of the ocean. In all honesty I think once the grouper gets away from the boat, it spit out the 4ft shark so it can have another chance at life. Either way, I was happy to see the sports fisherman lose a battle he knows he already dominates. I leave you with a quote from the legend himself.
If it wasn’t for the advent of brown eggs in the marketplace, I would have never have invented an Egg Cracker. And if it wasn’t for Egg Cracker, I might have never become a Vegetarian or a Selectarian. By not eating meat, fish, and poultry I enjoy a richer way of sharing life on this Planet Earth with all living creatures. I buy eggs from hens that are treated with Animal Welfare Care. PNS eggs are my favorite. Naturally the hens are raised. They are not sent to slaughter. They die from natural causes. PNS is located just outside of Miami and owned by Alice Pena. Stay tuned for an up in coming article about her farm.