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    OMG.. some of these are FREAKY!

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    i watched a show where they sent a submersible down to the bottom, they get even uglier and stranger. you definitely don't want to be swimming in the ocean and see one of those following you :029:
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    NO THANKS!!! i will stick to clown fish!!!!!

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    Those were very cool. I am not looking forward to the day when they can get to the bottom of the ocean, there is going to be some scary stuff down there.

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    Some of those would truly make a nice predator tank.

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    BBC's Blue Planet covers all of those fish in their natural habitat. The constructed a submersible that fit only 2 men, with 12cm thick acrylic windows to with stand the pressure...it allowed them to go 1000m under!! An amazing series to watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kat View Post
    BBC's Blue Planet covers all of those fish in their natural habitat. The constructed a submersible that fit only 2 men, with 12cm thick acrylic windows to with stand the pressure...it allowed them to go 1000m under!! An amazing series to watch.
    that must have been the one i watched, thanks for the title :b15:
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