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Jaws 3-D - How'd It Get in and Out?
Sharks can't swim backwards. It's physically impossible. Their fins are not flexible like other fish. They can go backwards by stopping and falling backwards. However, the shark in this movie backs out of a vent pipe, and it's stated that it used the pipe as a hiding spot. There's no way it could get in and out.
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Steve Crow on 02-01-2001
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ColdFire writes:
Maybe it was a fake shark used in a crappy movie.
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DAnn writes:
Geez i think ColdFire is right, i mean, they probobly should have taken the extra 10 minutes to read up on shark fin flexability , to become experts such as yourself. cause JAWS 3-D is a piece of cinematic genious in the first place.
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