6th Sense fishing, a company that specializes in hunting for whale shark in the Pacific, is developing a whale shark-hunting device.
The device would allow a person to capture and capture and release the fish in the water.
But it would also allow them to catch them in the air.
That’s because the fish are only about 4 inches in length, according to 6th Sensing’s website.
That means the whale shark could be caught in the net and taken to a waiting jet for disposal.
According to The Washington Post, the device would be marketed as a way to catch whale sharks in the wild.
The device is already being used in Hawaii and California.
The technology will be tested on a prototype at the company’s research and development center, the company said.
The company will be selling the device to fish companies in the U.S. and Canada.
The fish will be transported to a facility near Lake Michigan in Michigan, and will then be harvested.
It will be sold in a limited supply at retail outlets.
A prototype of the device has been created.
It’s a 4-inch long, 8-inch wide, 3.5-inch deep fishhook, with the tip and barb attached to a string.
The hooks are designed to attach to the tail of the fish, allowing a person holding the device in their hand to grab the fish without the fish touching the hook.
They could also be used to catch other fish.6th Sens