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    tonight 8pm EST, WNED 17: Nature: Encountering Sea Monsters

    dont' know how many of you get WNED17 ( Western New York PBS ) but tonight at 8 pm they are airing from the series Nature, Encountering Sea Monsters.

    http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/episo...-contact/1032/

    site was in java and couldn't post a proper link, so i stole this blurb

    "The underwater world of cephalopods (octopuses and squid) is explored by cameraman Bob Cranston, who observes the creatures in waters off Indonesia, Australia, Mexico, British Columbia and Texas."
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    Quote Originally Posted by a4twenty View Post
    dont' know how many of you get WNED17 ( Western New York PBS ) but tonight at 8 pm they are airing from the series Nature, Encountering Sea Monsters.

    http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/episo...-contact/1032/

    site was in java and couldn't post a proper link, so i stole this blurb

    "The underwater world of cephalopods (octopuses and squid) is explored by cameraman Bob Cranston, who observes the creatures in waters off Indonesia, Australia, Mexico, British Columbia and Texas."

    That one squid that flashed by was as big as him!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGGUNSAR View Post
    That one squid that flashed by was as big as him!!!!!
    did you see the look of terror in the fishermen guides eyes as they went diving at night :b13:


    with good reason, a Humboldt Squid could easily pull a diver down to his death. if i remember correctly they even go after Sperm Whales, definitely not reef friendly and should be added to the bad hitchhikers list :b15:


    absolutely gorgeous though.............
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