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Sea Monster found in Alberta

Discussion in 'Marine Life and Ecosystems' started by chillyinCanada, Jun 27, 2019.

  1. chillyinCanada

    chillyinCanada Solo Diver Staff Member

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  2. cburgert

    cburgert Nassau Grouper

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    I now realize it's not spam, but it's a good link.
     
  3. BenjaminF

    BenjaminF Photographer

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    Removed after the link was fixed :)
     
  4. chillyinCanada

    chillyinCanada Solo Diver Staff Member

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    It's not supposed to be spam. I guess I linked it wrong. Will attempt to fix.

    OK, that looks better to me. Can you see it now?
     
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  5. gstrek

    gstrek Photographer

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  6. Dominik_E

    Dominik_E Nassau Grouper

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    Is actually a very interesting find!
     
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  7. Searcaigh

    Searcaigh Chromodoris gordonii Staff Member ScubaBoard Supporter

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    I'm sure if I came across one I'd have the wrong lens set up :shakehead:
     
  8. The Chairman

    The Chairman Chairman of the Board

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    Extinction has it's benefits. Glad we don't share the ocean with them anymore. :D
     
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  9. WeRtheOcean

    WeRtheOcean Nassau Grouper

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    Here is something I wonder about: given that monsters like this are actually newer models than sharks, what prevents the existence of predatory marine reptiles today? Sea turtles -- okay, most of them eat invertebrates, but that hardly compares to the mosasaur. And marine iguanas are algae grazers. Is it the presence of toothed whales? They occupy those niches?
     
  10. HKGuns

    HKGuns Nassau Grouper

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    Reason 1 why people shouldn’t make fun of vintage dive knives.
     

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