This is arguably the most famous occupant of Headington. The Oxford Shark has lived at this address since 1986 despite efforts to evict him (as of 2006, at least). His host is Bill Heine, who resisted efforts by the Oxford City Council to have him removed ever since he was installed. He was created by sculptor John Buckley, and is 25' long. Now THAT'S a shark attack.
A whale flashes a killer smile as he homes in on his lunch, off Kona, Hawaii.The photograph shows what appears to be a big grin plastered across the face of a False Killer Whale as he patrols the sea looking for food. American photographer Doug Perrine, 60, snapped the shot
While thinking about what you or your kids will be dressing up as for Halloween, make sure not to forget your pet as well! With a safe and comfortable costume, these pet costumes will let your pat join in on the fun.
Helicoprion is a long-lived genus of extinct, shark-like eugeneodontid holocephalid fish. Almost all fossil specimens are of spirally arranged clusters of the individuals' teeth, called "tooth whorls." Helicoprion first arose in the oceans of the late Carboniferous 310 million years ago, survived the Permian–Triassic extinction event, and eventually became extinct during the Early Triassic, 250 million years ago. This fossilized jaw shows the spiral dentures.