PC World: "Well, cash in your chips, people, it’s the end of the line. On Tuesday, scientists reported the discovery of hybrid sharks off of the coast of Australia--that is, a cross between the blacktip shark and the Austrailan blacktip Shark. The Australian Black Tip shark lives only in warm tropical waters, and is slightly smaller than the more common Black Tip that is found globally.
What this means for science is pretty extraordinary. From an evolutionary perspective, it’s a clear sign that shark populations are adapting to climate change across the planet. From an end-of-the-world perspective, it means it’s only a matter of time before flying sharks infest our skies with teeth and fins of airborne terror."