Anthro Shark TFWill walked along the little glass corridor in the aquarium. He was surrounded by a glass tube that people could walk through, immersed underwater, displaying the many hundreds of species of marine ecology, both animal and plant. He was working for the zoo, and right now he was simply traversing the walkway to get to his next workstation. He was the janitor/clean-up guy, It was Sunday, and now he was on his way to his last stop, to clean up the penguins' little part of the aquarium, and he had a student to help him, a high schooler who needed volunteer hours. As he walked along the corridor, he looked around him. There was fish, swimming contentedly, bright coral shining in the noon sun, and big reeds of seagrass dangling from the aquarium floor like the hands of the accursed, waving in the air from below the depths. Will sighed. But, then he noticed something- A tiger shark was following him. It was up next to the glass, swimming for the human. It stopped in front of the glass nearestAnthro Shark TF5 years ago in Short Stories
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A brilliant sunset glazed the thin low-lying clouds with fluffy pink icing. Like usual, I was walking along the beach collecting shells. I had found an extraordinary one tonight. And like usual, I had put it in a safe place in my pocket. Finally, after walking a few miles, the moon rose over the clouds and I decided that it was time to get home.
Later that night I sat on my bed, examining my find. It was almost perfectly round, with frilled edges and a pearly white interior. I grinned.
As I lay on my bed in the darkness holding the shell, I slowly drifted to sleep.
"You have my shell."
She was the most beautiful thing I had ever laid eyes on. She had a long and slender body, smooth as the ocean on a calm day. Her curly brown hair clashed with her inhumanly blue eyes. When she smiled, her glowing eyes and pearl-white teeth drew me into her glamour and I could not help but stare in awe. Her fish-like tail shimmered with sky blue scales, sparkling brilliantly as she flitted
Mermaid Tails (tf)Mermaid Tails (tf)7 months ago in Short Stories
Fionaesque swam laps in the swim teams training pool for her next competition. She practiced her breast stroke, butterfly, and freestyle in her training swimwear. Her school had a shot for the state competition, and while she was not the fastest on her team she gave them some depth and hopes to keep other schools off the podium. The swimmer wanted to be faster, but no matter how hard she trained, she only barely just broke her best records. Fiona pulls herself out of the pool sitting on the edge taking off her cap and goggles. Her friend, Marnie, clicked a stopwatch and threw her a towel, “You shaved off a half second Shark-Bait.”
Fiona shrugged taking a moment to rest her burning muscles and ease her breathing, “Eh, little by little Marlin.”
Marnie smiled at the nickname and helped her up “Here, let me give you a ride home.”
Fiona dried off as she followed Marnie to her car. She wrapped the towel around her waist and reached to the back to grab a sh
Family Gift - Anthro Shark TF Family Gift - Anthro Shark TF (x2)Family Gift - Anthro Shark TF 3 years ago in Short Stories
By: MyseriousMystogan and Tazila808
Two brothers were sitting on the pier on a gloomy day with the clouds dark, gray, and muggy. They were both boys, Noah and Taz. Noah was inhaling the nice fresh sea air, and Taz was staring out into the horizon of the vast sea.
"Hey Noah, don't you ever wonder what's out in that ocean just down under there?"
"Hmm, yeah, i guess you could say that, its possible theres only sand and rocks but we never know." He smiled.
"I mean there must be just more than that, like maybe ships or fish or animals as we know it!" He jumped up and looked down into the water
"Yeah! It must be so cool down there!" He sighed, "Of course, us people are so caught up in the wonders of the ocean but we dont have the equipment."
"True but there must be a way to get down there and explore the vast undersea."
"Yeah, well, let get home, mom is gonna order pizza tonight." He smiled.
"Alright pizza! Come on I really don't wanna miss that! It cou
From the Sea -Sea Serpent TF-From the SeaFrom the Sea -Sea Serpent TF-4 years ago in Short Stories
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I lay back on the cool sand and shivered as water washed over my legs. The ocean felt warm compared to the sand as it had been a cold summer so far. But that didn't matter. It felt like nothing mattered anymore.
See, a few days ago, my parents had broken to me that we were moving. Like many families with a moderately low income, they could no longer afford to live in the nice part of the suburbs and opportunity for work had struck up elsewhere. So naturally, like any good parents wanting to provide for their kids, they leaped on the positions which paid better but required moving farther inland. They would be starting work in two days.
Tonight was my last day here and it really made me sad. Being summer, most of my friends were out of town so I would not even get to say goodbye before leaving forever; or, as my parents put it, "leaving temporarily". Both my sister
Shark-SurfinShark-surfingShark-Surfin4 years ago in Short Stories
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Girl into shark
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"Wake up honey, it's your big day today!" a familiar voice said and a light shined through the window as the drapery was pulled away. Melanie grimaced and turns around, her back against the sun, wanting a sleep a little while longer
"Up and jump! It's the big surfing competition for you today. You can't just lie here all day!" her mom said, pulling the cover off her.
Those words were all Melanie needed to hear as she grabbed her cell phone and checked the clock that was about 8 A.M in the morning. She sighed in relief and quietly thanked her mom and stand and put on her clothes which consist of a pair of beige shorts and a white t-shirt with a logo of a surfer with the words 'Surfing is life", because that really was true about Melanie Taylor. She was soon 16 years old and since she first had learn to swim had she also began learn how to surf. It wasn't before last year though that she had begun surfing for
A Shark Week Dream (Shark TF) [COMMISSION]Leroy arrived at the beach where his friend had told him to meet. His friend, named Peter was a magician. Not one of those phony illusionist either, but real magic with actual spells. He prided himself on that, and can often tell what kind of things people want. This is why Leroy was excited, he felt like Peter knew exactly what he wanted to do. Shark week had just started and Leroy was a big fan of it, so much so he wanted to be apart of it. However not in the traditional sense, he wanted to be a shark for shark week. It seemed far fetched but with what Leroy knew Peter could do, this may be his chance to live that little dream.A Shark Week Dream (Shark TF) [COMMISSION]5 months ago in Short Stories
He followed the directions on the letter given to him. Peter was very careful in choosing a spot of where he could chat with Leroy. If Peter was going to do what Leroy thought he may do, then it was in good reason. He followed down the strange path laid out for him. The directions were very specific and it would eventually lead him to an underpass right
Trunk Full of Rings - Anthro SharkOnce again I find myself with both hands buried in the trunk, sifting about before bring up another ring. The last ring had been great fun, trying to jump higher than last time even when you can't actually tell the difference between 60 foot and 65 foot. Eventually I'd removed the ring after my stomach had demanded food; jumping repeatedly for an hour is quite tiring work.Trunk Full of Rings - Anthro Shark3 years ago in Profiles
Looking at the ring in hand, I find myself intrigued by the pattern; it reminds me of the effect you get when light passes through churning water, the lighter blue lines surrounding the deeper blue. Placing it on book, I write "Is this by chance an aquatic type ring?"
"Why, yes. In fact, it's called 'aquatic'"
Knowing this, I write "could you open a portal to somewhere near water?" I didn't want to find myself suffocating if my lungs are replaced by gills.
Standing in front of the mirror, I slip the ring on and await my transformation. One momentary pause later, the first changes become visible. My skin begins taking
Care for a Swim?Shark TF Solo RequestCare for a Swim?3 years ago in Short Stories
Brandon instinctively released the shark tooth from his hands and jumped back. The tooth fell onto the soft sand as Brandon inspected his finger. A steady stream of blood flowed out of the finger and across his hand, making multiple blood trails on his palm. Brandon was rather confused on what had even happened. He held the sharper edge of the tooth away from him but yet it felt like it slashed him directly. Brandon tried to shake the blood off of his hand, but it simply wouldn't go.
Looking at his surroundings, he saw no sight of help at all. Brandon was miles from any civilization, leaving him stranded on the beach. He used his other hand to try and wipe the blood away. It got some of it, but not all. Out of the blue, a sudden pulling feeling started up on Brandon's back. He grunted, as he was thrown off guard by the pulling. Putting his non bloodied hand on the area of disturbance, Brandon gasped at what he felt.
A protrusion of some sort was sticking out of hi
Trust Machines - Huntress of the SeasHuntress of the SeasTrust Machines - Huntress of the Seas2 years ago in Short Stories
Trust Machines story
"And then we need you to sign this document."
Eagerly, Amanda took the pencil, signing the contract, a thick stack of legal and informative papers which, thankfully, only needed one signature. Satisfied, the advisor in front of her collected and stored it neatly in a folder after she'd finished.
Amanda's heart started to beat faster and she squeezed her husband Steve's hand, looking at his face in a thrill of anticipation. Soon, her biggest dream would become reality!
They were currently sitting in a air-conditioned satellite office of Services Unlimited, located in Westport's waterfront strip-mall. The office enjoyed a perfect view on the accompanying beach, but Amanda's eyes rather darted constantly to the other outlook which was offered. Because right
Wave RiderShark TF.Wave Rider4 years ago in Short Stories
The buzzing of the alarm clock seemed to scream into his ear, as Kyle, the 17 year old surfer, lazily turned it off. Kyle was one of the people who everybody knew and liked, very popular on the beach of course, but in a type of bad way. Every day, Kyle would wake up and quickly prepare himself for a day full of beer, hot chicks and of course, surfing the waves. This day was diffrent however. Today was the annual surfing competition hosted by the town. Surfers from all over would come to it, not only to compete, but to have a good time as well. Kyle of course, was the most stoked about it, due to the fact he placed every year. Stumbling out of his bed, Kyle walked out of his bedroom and into the kitchen to start the day.
As he was fixing a quick meal for himself, Kyle developed a sudden headache. "I can't have a head pain ruin my day, dude. I gotta find some pills!" Kyle announced out loud, seemingly to nobody. Dropping the spatula covered in egg whites, Kyle made h
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"You're actually serious, aren't you?" Steve asked his wife Amanda. She didn't answer. They'd been married for long enough that she knew when Steve was awaiting an answer or when he was simply asking rhetorical question. "I'd thought that your shark-fantasy had been just a tiny little bit crazy, but this is in an entirely different league."
"Hey!" Amanda retorted. "That was awesome. And don't forget the time you spent as a dolphin. If the shark was crazy, then why not the dolphin?"
Now Steve actually grinned. "You've seen this fun-swim competition on TV, haven't you? There was one dolphin racing as well. He even won! They wouldn't have shown his change when it would've been crazy. But there were no full sharks. So sharks must be crazy." content