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WTF - Anyone wanna give this a try???

Discussion in 'Name that Critter' started by Carlos Danger, Nov 23, 2013.

  1. Carlos Danger

    Carlos Danger Manta Ray

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  2. annasea

    annasea Solo Diver

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    Frilled shark. I could merrily dive a lifetime without ever seeing one in person. :wink:
     
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  3. koozemani

    koozemani Loggerhead Turtle

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    Ugly bugger.
     
  4. Dirty-Dog

    Dirty-Dog Frequently Censored ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Looks like that thing in The Neverending Story...

    Where did you find it?

    ---------- Post added November 23rd, 2013 at 03:43 AM ----------

    So a quick application of my google fu to check out the frilled shark shows that you apparently snagged that image off the National Geographic website.
     
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  5. Carlos Danger

    Carlos Danger Manta Ray

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    I did not take the photo, if that's where you are trying to go. I saw it mixed in with a compilation of other random photos attached to some article about sharks. I had never seen one before, and was hoping for more info on it.
     
  6. diversteve

    diversteve Technical Admin

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  7. j2s

    j2s Loggerhead Turtle

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    The IRS uses them to collect back-taxes from divers !!!!!
     

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