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  • Den21-Bal19
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    Originally posted by NameUsedBefore
    Who was the moron who thought it would be a good idea to capture it?
    Some guy called Ahab

    Fantastic creature, there's some well strange stuff down in the depths


    Cheers, Twin :thumb:

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  • Snapping Turtle
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    I saw a picture of him the other day and got really excited! I love sharks! They are really quite interesting and I love seeing new animals. Its pretty cool to think that there could be all kinds of animals out there that no one has ever seen.

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  • NameUsedBefore
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    Who was the moron who thought it would be a good idea to capture it?

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  • orangenblue420
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    Originally posted by TheGlue Factory
    There's a couple of other living "fossils" as they are called. MEaning that an animal still lives today and can be found in the fossil record as well.

    You shuldnt talk about top that way

    But that was cool HW - you always find the neatest things

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  • champbronc2
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    Wow! That's cool!

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  • dogfish
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    that's wild. . . it looks like an eel!

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  • TheGlue Factory
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    Originally posted by Missin#7
    OMG is that thing ugly. I heard them talking about this on the radio the other day.

    I was suprised to hear that this animal can be traced by 18 MILLION years. I honestly didn't even know that was possible?
    There's a couple of other living "fossils" as they are called. MEaning that an animal still lives today and can be found in the fossil record as well.

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  • GRLSLUVFTBL2
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    Very interesting! I always like Marine Biology. He sure is ugly.

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  • Missin#7
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    OMG is that thing ugly. I heard them talking about this on the radio the other day.

    I was suprised to hear that this animal can be traced by 18 MILLION years. I honestly didn't even know that was possible?

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  • His Wife
    started a topic Rare Shark from the Depths of the Ocean on Film!

    Rare Shark from the Depths of the Ocean on Film!

    A rare prehistoric shark has been captured on film by a Japanese marine park.
    The shark is rarely seen alive because its natural habitat is 600 metres or more under the sea. Dominic Hughes reports.
    Courtesy Awashima Marine Park
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/player/nol/new...tm?bw=nb&mp=wm

    I understand the shark died in captivity. (Sad)


    Jaws - a cousin twice removed?
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