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Seachange #228075 01/24/07 09:49 PM
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Weird.
Too bad they could'nt help it.


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Axeman #228314 01/26/07 06:45 PM
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saw that on the discovery channel last nite!! pretty cool and kinda funny looking!

its amazing what this earth holds... they said on the DC that that shark usually swims at around 1000 ft below! that's crazy... just imagine what other kind of neat creatures are living there and are yet to be discovered!

so really all in all... that's just amazing!

ida_y_vuelta #228391 01/27/07 02:05 PM
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I'm kind of surprised that the change in pressure at the surface didn't cause the shark's body to disintergrate or explode or something. I'm no scientist, but you would think it would have had an effect besides just the creature's death.


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