A Shark’s Tale 2: The New Testament

So it turns out it’s not impossible.  According to the recently published edition of the Journal of Fish Biology, there have been two cases of sharks having no male genetic makeup.

In May 2007, a blacktip shark named Tidbit died after her fruitful 8 years.  During her autopsy, they discovered a baby shark inside her.  This was pretty weird for the researchers being that she had never had contact with any males during her life.  What did they conclude from this?

That’s right.  A virgin birth.

Repeat after me: I will not question my beliefs. I will not question my beliefs…

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