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A diver in a Santa Claus costume feeds fish to a male whale shark at the Hakkeijima Sea Paradise aquarium-amusement park complex in Yokohama.

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"Ouch! My Haaaaaand!!!"

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...wait what? sorry, i thought whale sharks only ate plankton etc, not fish..?

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ach nvm they eat small fish as well.

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Nothing original this year? Yaaaaaawwwwwnnn I need another RedBull

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i am going to eat me some homer sapien

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Lovely creature innit? I hope someday I'll be able to take a dip with one and latch on like a lampry for a little ride xD.

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whale sharks are like dolphins, their not dangerous

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OK, I don't get the santa claus suit. I guess they just go overboard for santa in Japan. I've never understood this one.

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Pssst- Hey, Santa. Hows-about you gimme my Xmas wish, and arrange a little jailbreak?

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"He sees you when you're fishing, he knows when you cut bait...."

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Christmas is now ruined for the families of the small fish that were eaten in this stunt, shame

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That beautiful creature belongs in the wild ocean, not some some small tank just to entertain shallow, cruel and heartless people who thinks it's either 'kawaii' or 'sugoi'...

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i have been in the water diving with whale sharks in the past, their fun to be around. but they belong in the ocean not a tank

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You know what he's thinking don't you?..."If this guy would just stay still long enough...gulp"

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Santa's lost weight, hasn't he?

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A natural predator in the wild being confined to a tank by man for his own amusement in exchange for guaranteed feed and medical attention?

and they say we don't have heart, but I'm sure that shark knows we do,it can hear the sound of our hearts pumping all that nutrient rich blood flowing through our bodies whenever we are in the water. That underwater Santa better watch out or else he'll end up as feed and the one needing medical attention.

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