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Old 03-14-2005, 06:00 PM   #1
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Scary deep sea fishies.

I'm not sure if this has been posted, or if this is old news, but check out the link below. The ocean can produce some pretty scary creatures...

http://web.bsu.edu/alpiazza/ics/tsun...sh/fishies.htm
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Old 03-14-2005, 06:02 PM   #2
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That crab is freaky!!! I would hate to meet him in the water!!!

Some of those are DEEP water fish. I can ID them by the appearance. I have seen them in Marine Biology classes.
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they most likely came from really low depths in the ocean.
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What in the world are they???!!! I'm thinking snorkeling is maybe not such a great idea now. *cringes*
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Old 03-14-2005, 06:19 PM   #5
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Sorry, forgot to mention they ARE deep sea creatures. Thanks JP!

Here's some more pics. from another forum for anyone who's interested...

http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=19383

I just find this sort of thing incredibly interesting!
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fortunately these are fakes... if you look at one of those pics it has a date on it going back to 2003 in one of the info cards. Also a tsunami would undoubtedly NOT kill deep sea fishes in the ocean considering it gets all its power when it comes ashore.
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Do you mean the fish are fakes or that the pictures were not from the tsunami?
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the pictures were not from the tsunami
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Electrikat, most fish are actually afraid of us and will flee upon the sight of a snorkeler. This is because the masks look like eyes to them. My husband is a Deep Sea Diver for the Navy and he explained it all to me when I was learning to snorkel and dive. I was scared of Sharks, but not anymore! Unless the bump you, you are okay!
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fortunately these are fakes... if you look at one of those pics it has a date on it going back to 2003 in one of the info cards. Also a tsunami would undoubtedly NOT kill deep sea fishes in the ocean considering it gets all its power when it comes ashore.
I don't see what you're talking about, specify which picture...

Be it "fake" or not, though, the fish are still real and still interesting.
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