I’m a bit late on the bandwagon, but I started watching Teen Wolf tonight. I was just thinking about how I like that Scott and Allison are both really good about consent. They’re always asking one another if everything is okay, and asking permission to do things, and I think that’s really cool that MTV is sort of showing people how important that is. It may just be a TV show and who knows what anyone is getting out of it, but I think it’s nice to see things like that, especially the way the media portrays sex these days.
10 More Cool Sharks You Probably Don’t Hear Much About During Shark Week
So I know that Shark Week is over now, but I couldn’t just stop at 10, so here are 10 more!
Angel Shark (Squatina) There are 23 different species of angel shark and all live in shallow, warm seas, though some migrate to warmer waters during the summer. Most types grow to a length of 5 ft (1.5 m). They hunt at night in their own territories. Unlike rays, they have sharp teeth for feeding on shelled prey and small fish. They disguise themselves from prey by covering their bodies in sand and often having sandy-colored skin. An angel shark is hard to see as it lies on the seabed. Its body is so flat that it appears no more than a low mound in the sand. Unlike a ray, it uses its tail rather than its large fins to swim. Read more about this shark…(read more)