Wiki Loves Shark Puppets

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People love shark puppets. Wikimedia Commons, too.

Wikimedia Commons [[File:Funny scientist.jpg]] (Alena Miasoutova, CC-BY 4.0)
Wikimedia Commons [[File:BLÃHAJ (52391605861).jpg]] (Michaela Pereckas, CC-BY 2.0)
Wikimedia Commons [[File:Social distancing sign during the COVID-19 pandemic in IKEA Restaurant in Taipei, Taiwan.jpg]] (MiNe, CC-BY 2.0)
Wikimedia Commons [[File:Shark head.jpg]] (Elliot, CC-BY 2.0)
Wikimedia Commons [[File:Viewfinderexample.jpg]] (Lynxano, CC-BY-SA 4.0)
Wikimedia Commons [[File:Shark stranded on Red Cliffs-06+ (2515537742).jpg]] (Sheba_Also 43,000 photos, CC-BY-SA 2.0)
Wikimedia Commons [[File:P041515PS-0430 (20911950271).jpg]] (The White House, Public Domain)

If you have a shark puppet, why don’t you upload the images of it to Wikimedia Commons?

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Thanks for your work in identifying copyright violations on Wikimedia Commons. In the future, I recommend using Commons:DR to request appropriate action.