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Old 01-29-2005, 02:45 PM   #1
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Tsunami reveals monsters!

makes you think twice if you want to swim in the ocean again.

http://www.ebaumsworld.com/seacreatures.html
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That some freaky stuff.

That's sweet still knowing that that their are so many undiscovered things in the world left.
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wow, why do all thsoe fish look so pissed off? they must not like haivng their pics taken or something, scary fish, also along these lines, theres this new movie out, or coming out that is all about hwat this guy found when he went into the deep ocean like that, and i guess its supposed to be realyl interesting some of the things that he finds...pretty cool stuff
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I know I have seen these exact pictures before. I am not sure where but I know it was WAY before the tsunami. They are still pretty cool.
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I've never seen those pictures before but I am in general a skeptic. I tried to zoom in on one of the picture that looked like it had a date on an id card or something next to the fish. If it was a date, which was hard to tell, it looked like it said 03. who knows. Browse the rest of their site and then try to believe they are real pictures....
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by the way, if you do browse the rest of that site, I'll warn you now it's not family oriented...
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I know I have seen these exact pictures before. I am not sure where but I know it was WAY before the tsunami. They are still pretty cool.
I want to say that someone posted that site in the lounge with those pictures because ive seen the same pix too =o)
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I also have seen these pictures long before the tsunami hit.
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Of course they aren't from the tsunami, those are deep sea fish. Without getting into the physics of it, they weren't sucked up from miles down in the ocean and deposited on the beach. Cool pics nonetheless.
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they look like aliens from men in black... cool pictures!
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