In the most jaws-dropping story of the year, man-eating sharks will be serenaded by Barry White records in an effort to get them to mate.
The kooky experiment, to be launched on Valentine's Day, was dreamed up after biologists found lobsters reproduced more rapidly when the soul legend's hits were piped into an aquarium.
"Research shows fish process music in a similar way to humans and can even appreciate different tunes and melodies," said Josie Sutherland of the National Sea Life Center in Birmingham, England.
"We've already experienced fantastic success with breeding many species at the center."
The discovery that sea creatures react to music came at the Rowland Institute for Science in Cambridge, Mass., where scientists found fish can appreciate different types of melodies.
One lobster named Ginger was dubbed the "rock lobster" after it was found she was more active when listening to rock music.