May 18, 2009
[[A group of scientists with goggles and labcoats stand around a pair of beakers.]]
Scientist: The tracking tag will record the shark’s movement and habits.
[[The capsule floats upward.]]
Scientist: Then, it will pop free and float to the surface.
[[A coast is shown, with arrows directed from water to land.]]
Scientist: We can’t afford a recovery program, so the capsules will inflate helium balloons, drift over land,
Scientist: And hopefully be found and mailed to us. Any questions?
[[The capsule has a caption on it.]]
If found please call
[[The scientist is standing over a groggy shark.]]
[[The shark is dropped off a boat, into the water.]]
[[The course of the shark is shown, weaving around islands.]]
[[The capsule is shown stickign out of the shark.]]
[[The capsule remains attached to the shark.]]
[[The balloon starts to inflate, still attached to the shark and underwater.]]
[[As the balloon inflates, it starts to pull the shark to the surface.]]
[[The balloon breaks the surface, pulling the shark with it.]]
[[A man and a child are standing together.]]
[[Two scientists run past, screaming. One is holding a microscope.]]
[[A shark attached to a huge balloon floats past following the scientists.]]
Shark: «Chomp chomp»
Child: I want to be a scientist.