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BaronKite 4 years ago
That orange fish looked like something out of this old cartoon called Trapdoor...
GageWhylds 4 years ago
I'd hate to be a rare fish of the coast of Japan.
martynbiker 4 years ago
#2 yeah, tha japs will eat it!
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eNdEmiOn06463 4 years ago
That yellow/orange thing in the beginning. That's us a few 100-thousend years ago
wyvern1978 4 years ago
they are probably rare just because they do eat them!!
Siruss 4 years ago
The Japanese eat them for research purposes only!
moskwiz 4 years ago
lol #6 too true
Kulgash 3 years ago
Amazing images! So true about how technologies will help us discover strange new worlds!
#4 More like 300-millions years to me, before even dinosaurs existed (and they were extinct over 65millions years ago...)
See: http://www.kidcyber.com.au/topics/dino_eras.htm (Somewhere between Carboniferous and Permian Periods )
4 years ago
394 x 300 px
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