On the ocean blue cover, a huge shark fin is visible above the water. Open the card and a 3-D shark leaps out!
This is a card kids of all ages will open over and over. It’s an instant hit in any crowd, for any occasion. Give it to a shark, to a kid, to your lover, for a Jawsome birthday, to a lawyer.
It was inspired by a little boy with a stuffed shark toy at a Fireman’s Fair in Vero Beach, Florida.
Chill bro, I’m just pulling your leg.
Pleased to eat you.
I fell for you, out of the blue.
Live every week like it’s Shark Week.
Never underestimate a woman who loves sharks.
I can tell you’ve been working out, you look JAWSOME.
I won’t eat you. I’m on a diet.
It’s the Laws of Jaws.
Look mom, no hands.
We’re on a feeding frenzy.
Water polo. One shark away from being the greatest sport ever.
Two lawyers were at the beach…. oh, sorry, wrong sharks.
It has been estimated that the bite force of Great White is up to 4,000 PSI. For comparison, a tiger generates around 1,000 PSI of bite force.
Tiger sharks are nicknamed the ‘garbage cans’ of the sea…and for good reason. Researchers have discovered many odd objects (tires, gasoline tanks, and license plates) left intact inside of their stomachs.
Hammerheads’ oddly shaped heads, called cephalofoils, aren’t just for show. They are equipped with electrical sensors, which make hammerheads superior hunters.
Blue sharks give birth to up to 135 pups in one litter. That’s a lot of mouths to feed!
The deep sea might be a dark place, but these Lanternsharks come prepared with a built in flashlight. They are able to make their own light through a process called bioluminescence.
In 2001, Discovery channel premiered Air Jaws: Sharks of South Africa. The program captured the first-ever footage of great white sharks jumping out of the water, in some cases launching themselves as high as 15 feet in the air.
Sharks are popular for their strength and hunting abilities, but keep in mind that they are animals hunting for food and not typically interested in attacking humans. In fact, the number of sharks killed by humans far exceeds that of humans killed by sharks. Some estimate that humans kill 100 million sharks every year, while there were just four fatal shark attacks reported last year.
I was at the beach today when I saw a man in the sea yelling “Help, shark! Help!”
I just laughed. I knew that shark wasn’t going to help him.
Do Sharks complain about Mondays? NO. They’re up early, biting stuff, chasing shit, being scary. Reminding everyone they’re a SHARK.