Tuesday, October 7, 2008

White Shark? Dolphin? White Shark?

For our money this is a dolphin, here's why:

1. No tail, white sharks tails are vertical, if you can see the dorsal on this critter you should be able to see the tail.

2. This story was brought to you by a U.K paper-home to the guys who brought you last month's White shark in Wales.

For those of you who subscribe to Occam's Razor...yeah you're looking at it.

"Pluralitas non est ponenda sine neccesitate"


Sharky said...

For my money it is dolphin too. Or should I say, for my money as well it is a dolphin. However, you put it, it is a dolphin.

Shark Diver said...

We concur, but heck whatever sells papers in the U.K

Brian said...

have to say shark, because most dolphins have a snout like a bottle, or a muzzle, but this head appears to taper to a point, like a shark. Plus, dolphins are rarely found swimming inside of a wave, but commonly found jumping out of the wave.