The Shark Tank’s creators Mark Burnett and David Spade have been given a $2 million check to help pay for a new shark fin used in their first Shark Fin Wars.
The sharks fin, which is based on the fin of a fin shark, was made by a company in Japan and was recently tested in a laboratory.
The show’s producers said the fin was not only an homage to the fin sharks of the Pacific, but also to their own fin sharks.
“This was a great opportunity to bring in our own shark fin and really celebrate the fin shark and its unique history,” Burnett said in a statement.
“Our shark fin is not only a testament to our love of fin and our love for fin shark culture but also a tribute to the Japanese people.”
The Shark Fin wars: From shark fin to fin shark article On Shark Fin War Day, which began on February 18, the contestants will have to fight for the $2,000 prize on their own terms.
The contestants will need to win by at least 10 points or less, with the winner taking home $1,000.
The Shark Fund, a nonprofit that promotes fin shark conservation, will give the fin to the contestant that is the most deserving.
In addition, the Shark Fin will be placed in a museum, where it will be used as part of a shark fin research project.
The fin will be displayed in a new exhibition in Japan, where the fin is being studied for its unique characteristics.
“It’s going to be the first time that we’ve had a shark fins on display in Japan,” Spade said.
“I don’t know if it will help, but it’s definitely something to think about.
I’m really excited about it.
It’s really a great time to be a fin shiner.”
The show will air its third season on Feb. 23 on MTV.