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For a clown fish, he's not that funny

Well something is making this Lemon Shark smile. One lucky Florida photographer came face to face with all five rows of teeth, but it was only afterwards that he noticed this shark bore more than a slight resemblance to Finding Nemo's great white shark, Bruce.

According to Caters News Agency retiree Kenneth “Wayne” MacWilliams captured the image in February this year. Kenneth said:

Since it appears as the shark is smiling, it made me smile...The sharks will swim from behind you thru your legs, bump into your body or camera/strobes if you decide to get close to the action.
Shark diving can of course be quite exciting because of the possibility of seeing these big, powerful, potentially dangerous, beautiful animals of nature.

Finding Nemo came out in 2003 and became the best selling DVD of all time. Later this year Pixar will be returning to the franchise with sequel Finding Dory, which follows most of the original cast in search Dory's (Ellen DeGeneres) parents. There is no news yet on whether Bruce will be making a return, but we will be keeping our fins crossed.


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