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Originally posted by GnomeToys

5 bucks says there's a video of some bitch riding that thing's dick-nose on Kazaa already.

 

 

lololol :lol:

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yeah man. ive read and watched some pretty weird stuff about the ocean floor. its like a whole different speices of animals down there. shits with eyes the size of basketballs cause its so dark.. as a matter of a fact, in alot of places they havent even come close to the ocean floor. so in all honesty, they dont know about what lies down there.

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no human in any machine could ever survive anywhere close to down there..

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Lifted from Comp's weird animals you didn't know existed thead.

Originally posted by Don't Panic

Meet another reason to be afraid of the ocean:

http://www.mbari.org/news/news_releases/2001/dec21_clague/squid.jpg'>

12-15' unknown spieces of squid

close-up video of it swimming

 

You know the giant squid? These are bigger, and much, much meaner:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/media/images/39049000/jpg/_39049289_squid150.jpg'>

People standing next to an immature colossal squid. This one is only about 20' long.

http://dsc.discovery.com/news/briefs/20030331/gallery/squid_zoom.jpg'>

Shot of the colossal squid's claws. These things are reportedly like eagle talons, and can turn 360 degrees.

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Originally posted by Telo

no human in any machine could ever survive anywhere close to down there..

Not true, it just hasn't appreared profitable enough for the developement of a machine to cruise down there. Too bad.

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Originally posted by gfreshsushi

in the sea, stupid.

LOl heh heh heh, gfresh, blunt but oh, SO, effective.

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Originally posted by Don't Panic

Not true, it just hasn't appreared profitable enough for the developement of a machine to cruise down there. Too bad.

 

 

oh thats good to know, i was under the impression that the presure was far greater than any metal or steal etc etc we could come up with.

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Right, nothing has been come up with because adequate funding hasn't been provided because it doesn't appear profitable enough.

 

Either way, as far as I know, it's not happening, which sucks.

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Guest imported_El Mamerro

Don't Panic is right... we have the technology to dive pretty much as deep as we want to, but it's still not profitable enough to warrant developing a viable solution. Though with mining of deep-sea vents that may change.

 

Here's the Goblin shark's more handsome cousin, the Megamouth Shark:

 

http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/Gallery/Descript/Megamouth/megjuv.whole.JPG'>

 

http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/Gallery/Descript/Megamouth/mega3whole.JPG'>

 

http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/Sharks/Megamouth/meg.length.JPG'>

 

http://www.curator.org/LegacyVMNH/images/fishes/Megamouth_shark.jpg'>

 

 

 

And a small cameo appearance by the Cookiecutter shark:

 

http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/Gallery/Descript/Megamouth/cookie.JPG'>

 

"Cookiecutter sharks are small dogfish sharks that attach to prey with the help of suctorial (aiding in suction) lips, and a modified pharynx. The cookiecutter removes a conical plug of flesh from the sides of the prey, leaving a crater-like wound."

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i like hammerhead sharks.

 

but i think they look more like vacum cleaner sharks.

 

from now on im going to refer to them as that.

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