THIS IS A PICTURE OF A WOBBEGONG SHARK:
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My ten year old luvs sharks and dinosaurs. Did you track down that picture by yourself? Well done! Good luck on your blogging. You are off to an excellent start!
By Wes, at 6:06 PM
WOBBEGONG SHARK, didn't know they existed. Thanks for teaching me something!
By Mojo, at 6:52 PM
I love this website. I think that you are doing a great job. Can not wait to see what is next. Wilson loved looking at the shark.
By AmyEllen16, at 8:00 PM
Hi there! My son is 7 and he loved this idea. He might start one now. You are very smart! Have fun.
By Fig, at 8:39 PM
Thank goodness there are no sharks in lakes! This is a very sneaky looking shark. This is a very interesting website!
By Rose, at 8:55 PM
Sharks scare me!
By Mia Goddess, at 10:29 PM
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By Mia Goddess, at 10:30 PM
I find this information very interesting. YOu are doing a wonderful job keeping me informed about different animals. Keep up the good work. I can't wait to see what's next.
By Rob, at 8:58 AM
I'm definately staying out of shark jaws, that's for sure!
By Michelle, at 5:06 PM
Hey Aiden, it's your cousin Ben. I love your site, you are doing an awesome job. That shark is really cool looking, you almost can't see him becasue he blends in so well.
By ben, at 8:32 PM
I'm a bit afraid of sharks, but maybe I wouldn't be so afraid of pups. Sharks sure come in lots of shapes and sizes, huh?
By Chris, at 9:37 PM
What a nice picture of that shark! I did not know that baby sharks were called pups! That's good to know! What other kinds of animals do you like?
By Laura15SP, at 12:35 AM
Your blog is excellent, I'm really enjoying learning all these new things!
By Erica Douglas, at 6:58 AM
Hey Aidan it's uncle Scooter. I had no idea you knew so much about Sharks and Pandas. Great pictures. I'm excited about what you will put next on your Blog.
By AmyEllen16, at 8:17 AM
This is really cool Aidan. I love Panada Bears! (They're so cute.) But sharks really scare me! This is very educational. Thanks Aidan.
By Nellie, at 1:40 PM
Do Wobbegong sharks bite? I wonder if you could catch one in Maine? Great job on your first blog! Keep posting interesting information on stuff.
By Ian, at 2:19 PM
what great pictues and information about stuff!!! I'm learning a lot of stuff from you! I bet you are one of the smartest kids at school!
By jeanne, at 9:39 AM
I never knew that young sharks were called "pups". That's really cool. Thanks!
By Mark, at 2:37 AM
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