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Old 08-26-2015, 07:54 PM   #171
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Saltwater trivia

Deeper the 4,000 meters. We found in it the Marianna's trench
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Old 08-26-2015, 08:04 PM   #172
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I would agree with you , but the book claims 2000 meters


Shrimp gobies have a unique relationship with pistol shrimps, When the little fish goes out hunting for food what is the pistol shrimps main chore ?
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I would agree with you , but the book claims 2000 meters


Shrimp gobies have a unique relationship with pistol shrimps, When the little fish goes out hunting for food what is the pistol shrimps main chore ?

To dig a provide a shelter for both
(How old is that book? This was discovered last year. http://www.iflscience.com/environmen...parts-ocean-us
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I'll take that answer as it's really should have multiple answers there answer is keep the borrow clean


What is the name of Canada's most famous sea monster . it is always said to roam the waters of lake Okanagan.
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Correct

Rubbish has been found in the deep sea at depths of ?

A) 3000 meters

B) 3500 meters

C) 2000 meters

D 4000 meters

3500......
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I'll take that answer as it's really should have multiple answers there answer is keep the borrow clean


What is the name of Canada's most famous sea monster . it is always said to roam the waters of lake Okanagan.
Ze Lochness Munster!
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What is the name of Canada's most famous sea monster . it is always said to roam the waters of lake Okanagan.
Ogopogo.
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How large must a squid be to be classified as a giant squid ?
A) 60 inches

B) 10 inches

C) 39 inches

D) 70 inches

E) 20 inches
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Incorrect It's actually (E 20 inches


Which vicious proprietorial shark can live in both freshwater and saltwater ?

A) Great white

B) Hammer head

C) Bull shark

D) Tiger shark

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