Adopt a shark and track it in Google Earth

Amanda LewanTechnology, Would You Believe?

shark thumbDavid Shiffman at Southern Fried Science has come up with a very innovative way to attract donations to shark feeding ecology project. If you make a donation of over $3,000, you will be able to name the shark and track it in Google Earth for up to two years!Their project has raised over $6000 so far (more than double their original goal), so it seems to be in good shape.