Sharks learned to fly. They wove between the trees, as sinuous as snakes. The deer fell prey first. Cautious as they were, nature had not prepared them for sharks. The massive creatures did not sneak, but the grace they’d learned in the water made their silvery bodies mesmerizing as they wound through the forest. The deer froze as though caught in headlights and the sharks lunged, catching the deer in their jaws before the hapless creatures could so much as flick their ears.