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Guest

Dude, sharks can totes not read english!!!!!
Would work better for Dolphins

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morse
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Sharks are not the target, hmmmkey? ;)

I like this a lot.

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Guest

Me gusta!!! huele a trucho pero me gusta...

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ivan

I always had this thought when in the zoo. Who is watching whom. We are serving them with food and stuff. They let us watch them.

Ivan Raszl, admin of AotW

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Guest

smart, well thought

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Guest

its cool..

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Guest

This is my favorite on this site so far.

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Guest

loveddddd it..

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Spinnaker
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Very good. Stunning way of letting people know that we should stop trashing our waters.

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Guest

ok...so the sign is for the fish...or not... good idea. 2 things short of master's work. 1. what does "saes ruo evas" mean for the fish? our...in the key of this convention for the people on the other side? and 2. should have had a message that says "stay away" or something. to complete the "predators beyond this point" line.

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capywriter
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this is very nice!

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Guest

very very good ambient!

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Guest

nice thought...nicely planned and executed too but i'm not sure how much of an impact it'd have...but the fact is that even in an aquarium where they might be taken care of, they're in captivity...so the ones we don't kill, we imprison...greenpeace would certainly appreciate the effort

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Guest

Very clever! Could be used in may animal environments and certainly makes you stop and consider your actions.

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