In light of the recent up-stir of events on Facebook involving the giveaway of a Unicorn and T-Rex another poor creature has surfaced to ask for it all to stop. It is the UniShark which was the offspring of the Unicorn given away by Mark Zuckerberg and the Shark that ate the people who won the T-Rex. This UniShark has been seen with the poor dog that had his face burned in the fire.
Thanks to the thousands of people on social media that made a frenzy about the T-Rex and unicorn give away by Mark Zuckerberg a poacher put a high price tag on the T-Rex and the unicorn for anyone who could capture or kill them. Thanks to this the UniShark’s mother was killed right after his birth and just minutes before his father ate the winners in that massive flood and was put to his death by officials.
Now this UniShark is in the world all alone and his only friend is that poor dog who had his face burned off when trying to save his owner from my house fire. The moral of the story is that sharing a picture on facebook or treating it out to the world will not save these precious creatures but rather just cause them more harm than you could imagine. If you feel compelled to have to share things on social media you should just stick to offensive
If you feel compelled to have to share things on social media you should just stick to offensive memes, links to factual articles or cat videos. By not sharing the post of these mystical creatures and those who have defied all odds like that poor puppy dog you are doing more to help them than what you are by sharing them with the world. You can now donate to a GoFundMe for this unit shark and his doggie friend. But whatever you do don’t share their pictures on social media anymore.