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How to handle a blue-ringed octopus

Discussion in 'Marine Life & Ecosystems' started by Streydog, Apr 10, 2021.

  1. Searcaigh

    Searcaigh Chromodoris gordonii Staff Member ScubaBoard Supporter

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    The same could be said about all the deadly creatures in the US :rofl3:
     
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  2. HKGuns

    HKGuns Contributor

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    Living in FEAR.

    You forgot, GWS, Platypus and the most species of venomous snakes on the planet.
     
  3. HKGuns

    HKGuns Contributor

    # of Dives: 25 - 49
    Location: Merica
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    Says he who is from the Middle East.................
     
  4. Centrals

    Centrals Barangay Pasaway

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  5. happy-diver

    happy-diver Skindiver Just feelin it

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    Late sixties early seventies a child or two had problems fiddling with these things in rock pools
    and then after a few summers of big television and radio campaigns, these problems stopped

    Melbourne Australia

    around the same time as this was on the airwaves

     
  6. Searcaigh

    Searcaigh Chromodoris gordonii Staff Member ScubaBoard Supporter

    # of Dives: 1,000 - 2,499
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    Not from here, but I probably live in one of the safest countries in the region.
     
  7. Centrals

    Centrals Barangay Pasaway

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    The most dangerous living organism in the world is none other than Homo Sapiens.
    If one can survive in a human society than no venomous creature could ever deter them.
     
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  8. arew+4

    arew+4 Contributor

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    Location: Pa
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    The two deadliest things ever born...

    Jesus and Muhammad
     
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