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By Linda George

Describes anacondas, their conduct, the place they stay, their looking tools, and the way they exist on the planet of individuals.

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The white shark and his new escort of gaily striped pilot fish gracefully circled with round, well-filled bellies. The surviving bluefish and sand tigers regrouped, fading in different directions. Nothing remained of the old sand tiger. But day and night his kind would continue to prowl the ocean without sleep, just as their ancestors had long before the dinosaurs, and before flowers and trees. To breathe and to stay afloat the sharks were compelled to wander forever. But swimming was effortless and hunting would always be good.

They shared the last floating scraps with the scattered pilot fish. As suddenly as the feeding frenzy began, it ended. The sea calmed and cleared. The white shark and his new escort of gaily striped pilot fish gracefully circled with round, well-filled bellies. The surviving bluefish and sand tigers regrouped, fading in different directions. Nothing remained of the old sand tiger. But day and night his kind would continue to prowl the ocean without sleep, just as their ancestors had long before the dinosaurs, and before flowers and trees.

He swallowed them whole, convulsively shaking his head and body. Some of the white shark’s teeth broke off, but soon they would be replaced from the extra rows lying along his inner jaw. The remoras had released their grip on the sand tiger. They shared the last floating scraps with the scattered pilot fish. As suddenly as the feeding frenzy began, it ended. The sea calmed and cleared. The white shark and his new escort of gaily striped pilot fish gracefully circled with round, well-filled bellies.

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