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Love the photo of the Mantis shrimp! I've heard stories in the Aquarium hobby of them hitch hiking into people's tank on live rock. They start hearing "clicking" in the tank at night and wake up to find broken snail shells and missing snails...
“Sharks are critically important members of the marine food chain. If we destroy them for short-term gain, we risk the biggest long-term loss imaginable: complete destruction of the ecosystem and, ultimately, of ourselves”. -Peter Benchley, Author of Jaws.