If you thought bathrooms were dangerous, you’re going to be terrified by transsexual sharks.
Many fish are switch-hitters: they have the ability to change from male to female, or vice versa, when it’s convenient for reproduction. Not so for sharks and rays, which develop either male or female organs before birth. But off the coast of Taiwan, fishers discovered a shark with a fully developed set of male and female reproductive organs. The animal is one of only a handful of such sharks ever documented, and the first of its species.
Actually, I suspect these sharks would be more tolerant and more interesting than the bro-sharks with their toxic masculinity.
But wait, even bro-sharks just want to be left alone.