Don't laugh sharks do occasionally fall on people's heads. A woman recently told a story about how a shark fell on her head. Apparently she was walking beneath this coconut tree when a shark fell on her. Although she was not injured she was shocked to find out that a shark had just fallen on her. Feeling very annoyed she went up to the shark and asked him what he was doing up the coconut tree. The shark said that he had gone off eating humans because they didn't taste very good anymore due the lack of good fats. The shark went on to say that humans had stopped eating quality fats due to mass marketing propaganda wrongly telling people that natural saturated fats are bad for you and encouraging people to eat unsaturated fats in the form of highly processed vegetable oils and trans fats. This then led the shark to experience numerous health problems; his glands stopped functioning properly leaving him with hormonal imbalances, he became tired and depressed, he never felt satisfied so his weight ballooned, and losing weight seemed impossible as he had no energy to do his daily swimming exercises. So to counter these problems the shark was climbing the tree to get some coconuts because numerous studies (and the shark is an avid reader of these), have proven coconut is one of the best sources of saturated fats with numerous health benefits such as improving metabolism and low thyroid, relief from heart disease, high blood pressure, even cancer. The shark also had a bit of an issue with athletes fin and hoped coconut oil's anti fungal properties might sort this out too (though putting it on may prove tricky). The problem though as the shark pointed out was that he isn't designed to climb trees hence he has a tendency to fall out of them.