Some pictures don’t need any help from me to explain how charming they are. This is one of them:
A pack of hungry tiger sharks have been photographed taking advantage of an easy meal near Palm Island in the Great Barrier Reef off Northern Queensland. The sun-bleached carcass of a whale washed ashore and attracted a large amount of shark activity. Around ten tiger sharks, some reaching up to four metres in length, were spotted lifting their snouts out of the water and tearing decomposing blubber from the carcass.
Did you see that? “Decomposing blubber”! Man, this is going to be a good day. (From here.)