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Sharks (and all things oceany)

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32 minutes ago, Babb'sBurstNad said:

For a short period, as a child, I refused to have a bath, as I thought box jellyfish would come out of the plug hole.

 

I still hate them, fucking snides of the sea.

We only get Portuguese Man of Wars over here which are not even classified as jellyfish,Siphonophores actually.

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1 hour ago, neko said:

I've posted this before (probably in the map thread)

 

Track your sharks worldwide here....

 

https://www.ocearch.org/tracker/?list

Yeah I love this. If ever I fancy a dip in the sea I know where i'm safe. 

 

Norris is my favourite. Female Hammerhead Shark. Currently loitering pretty close to the Carolina/Florida coast. 

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28 minutes ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

That's boss. The White sharks love hovering along the coastline. Proper Jaws stuff.

Yeah seems like quite a few are hungry for some human right now. 

 

Love this thread. 

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Its quite surprising that a number of White Sharks are still so far north as winter approaches. Watched a fair few programmes on the Atlantic Great Whites and they thought they travelled north to Massachusetts etc in the summer & went south to the Florida & the gulf in winter

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1 hour ago, Bjornebye said:

Its almost like they don't want you in the water 

 

And just when we all thought it was safe

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On 11/8/2018 at 4:12 PM, neko said:

I've posted this before (probably in the map thread)

 

Track your sharks worldwide here....

 

https://www.ocearch.org/tracker/?list

There is currently a White Shark named George not too far off the coast of Nova Scotia and on around the same latitude as the North Coast of Northern Ireland. I hope he's brought a nice thick jumper.

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