Why are babies in Australia so scared?

By LES BOWDENAssociated PressThe United States is among the first countries in the world to recognize a baby shark song as a form of speech.

But scientists are worried that a baby in the wild might grow up to be an expert in it.

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals says the song is an example of “an evolving social and cultural phenomenon that is a major threat to the survival and well-being of our wildlife species.”

Scientists say the song’s popularity in Australia is a sign of things to come.

Baby shark song is a song that is heard in Australia and New Zealand, where the song can be heard by more than a million people each year.

It is a unique and diverse form of communication, and the popularity of it is not entirely new, according to the ASPCA.

Researchers say it is likely to become even more popular in the future.

In a study published in April, scientists found that babies born to mothers who sing the song had higher intelligence, vocabulary and motor skills than babies who did not.

Baby sharks have long been seen as intelligent and social animals, but their vocal abilities are less clear.

The study authors said the song could help animals understand and communicate with each other.

Researchers said the researchers believe the song originated in Asia, and that it could be passed down through culture and language.