Byline: Colton Snodgrass, Discovery Education Student Advisory Board, Shark Week 2012
And now, we come to the saddest day in this event’s 25-year history. Shark Week ends today and we will all have to go on with our uneventful lives as we struggle to make it to next year. (Keep an eye on the Shark Week 2013 Countdown here!) However, let us look on the bright side of our time with Shark Week: the learning experience! Yes! That is what I was thinking too! To wrap up my last blog posting for Shark Week, I think that it is appropriate to speak of Discovery’s amazing job, for the past 25 years, with Shark Week. What would we do without it? Would we even be able to look forward to anything in the coming years?
Think to yourself what your favorites were about Shark Week this year. For me, It had to be the tidbits of interesting information within the Shark Week website. Discovery really strives to not only present an audience with entertainment, but also provide them with practical knowledge. The detailed and very informative lists gave me plenty of confidence when it came to erudite information on sharks. Also, I am most appreciative of the privilege to blog about Shark Week! It was fun to be able to express my ideas, and comments about what the Discovery Channel had to offer this week. I hope you had a “Sharktastic” time watching Shark Week this year! Now time to end it with some shark jokes that are particularly painful. . . (I can’t take credit or blame, as these are not mine….)
What is a shark’s favorite sci-fi show?
Why did the shark cross the Great Barrier Reef?
-to get to the other TIDE
What is a sharks favorite kind of car?