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Old 07-02-2004, 07:22 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by madasafish
Oh, and if you really want to be freaked out by some "deep-water" fish, then check out the Ceratioid Anglerfish. I dissected one of these a couple of months ago. Rad...
Yucks! I guess that will keep me away from the ocean for a while - LOL
That is the problem with watching too much Discovery Channel, they always have those shows with the deep-sea creatures that are so wacko like a nightmare... Good thing they can't take on the pressure change when they come up... Hehe!

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