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Old 01-15-2005, 10:45 AM   #11
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thats the coolest looking thing ive ever seen ! ive seen most of these types of fish before but never this one ! amazing

looks like a cross breed of a squids front end,trigger top end,with seals flippers heheh
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Ya a few of those look like fish from Finding Nemo. I knew the nemo trench fish existed from watching those discovery ocean specials. Interesting that it woudl get washed ashore from the wave.
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Totally Reef safe I have all of them in my 10 gallon nano and they are doing fine.
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Awesome phiotos. Where did you get them?
I got them from a guy a work with. I also saw them on RC
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Old 01-16-2005, 01:20 AM   #15
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SeriousDude5..LOL! Everyone else..I think those photos are fake, shot on the set where they staged the first man on the moon!..Seriously, those are some out of this world photoz...Very strange to think all this time there still so much life deep down there we don't get to see...even on discovery. It also makes you respect the power of the ocean wave that it could suck up fish from so far down and spit it out on the land..cool photoz.
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Those look like things that would jump out of the tank at night and do strange and bizzare things to you.
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Old 01-30-2005, 11:57 PM   #18
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those pictures were actually taken before the tsunami

http://www.snopes.com/photos/tsunami/creature.asp
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Very awsome, yet freaky at the same time!!
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Yeah..I can't see any reason why extreme deep sea dwelling fish would be washed ashore by a Tsunami. I don't think tsunamis work that way when they are out over deep ocean.

Neat animals, for sure.
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