Question: While the barracuda uses opportunity and speed to prey on other large fish, it has little interest in humans. Barracuda attacks on humans are rare; but when they do, what is the reason?
Answer: A scuba-diver is more likely to get bitten because the barracuda might mistake the shiny metal on the tank or their suit for a fish.
Question: Two men were on a ship. They were both facing opposite directions, one facing east and the other facing west. But, they were both seeing each other. *WITHOUT MIRRORS* How is this possible?
Answer: They were both facing each other