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Who's eye is this? number 6

Discussion in 'Name that Critter' started by Uncle Pug, Oct 9, 2005.

  1. Uncle Pug

    Uncle Pug Swims with Orca ScubaBoard Supporter

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  2. jonnythan

    jonnythan Knight Scublar ScubaBoard Supporter

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    I know! I know!

    That one is YOURS.
     
  3. MarkH

    MarkH Solo Diver

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    You're a sadist! This is a tough one. That is one weird-shaped iris (or whatever the black bit is called). It keeps screaming out "sculpin" to me, but I don't remember seeing one with an iris like that.
     
  4. Uncle Pug

    Uncle Pug Swims with Orca ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Actually, sculpin would have been my guess... if I didn't already know it wasn't a sculpin. :D
     
  5. Diver0001

    Diver0001 Instructor, Scuba

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  6. CON8IV

    CON8IV Divemaster

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    I was just going to guess Sculpin. What are those other ones that are used for bait. Uh, oh yeah, Mullet?

    You know, like the popular 80's hairdo!
     
  7. Uncle Pug

    Uncle Pug Swims with Orca ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Not a crab nor a mullet. I can't show any more of the picture or it would be a dead giveaway.
     
  8. DTB1981

    DTB1981 Instructor, Scuba

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    Frog
     
  9. Uncle Pug

    Uncle Pug Swims with Orca ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Nope... not a frog.

    They have no scales but swim with their tails.
     
  10. caymaniac

    caymaniac Giant Squid

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    Hmmmmm, I never knew cats could swim with their tails, I'll have to try that :D
     

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