A diver in Florida has found a smiling shark, and it wouldn't surprise us if it raised a fin and recited, "Fish are friends, not food."
With its toothy grin, this Lemon shark looks remarkably like the fish-abstaining shark Bruce from the Disney Pixar film "Finding Nemo."
But Bruce's real-life counterpart looks much less menacing.
This doppelganger was discovered by Kenneth “Wayne” MacWilliams, 58-year-old a retiree, who snapped the photo while diving near Florida, according to Caters News Agency.
Humans at least are actually friends to this grinning shark. The Discovery Channel writes that Lemon sharks mainly feed on other sharks, crustaceans and stingrays. That may not mean fish like Dory and Marvin are strictly out of their diet, but they aren't known to attack humans.
A sequel to the popular Pixar flick, "Finding Dory," is set to premiere this June, this time following Dory in search of her family.
If we don't see Bruce this time around, at least we know where to visit his lookalike.
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