Tallulah, Adam, Jamie, Shashank

As the shark’s large, crystallized teeth sunk (like daggers) into the flesh of a small, shimmering fish, blood streamed into the water like blackcurrant, the fish was dead. The fish’s last breath was taken, lost in depths of the murky water. Its small stomach nearly full, the shark was on search for its next victim, patrolling the sandy sea bed, watching, waiting.

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