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Giant oarfish - real sea serpents



Giant Oarfish in their natural environment have been recorded on camera for the first time ever.

   

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Still Waters on 17 September, 2013, 15:06
It's wonderful to be able to see one close up like that. Nice markings on its body.
Comment icon #2 Posted by ouija ouija on 17 September, 2013, 17:04
He/she is lovely ! I wonder why they think they could grow up to 45feet long? I suppose skeletons have been found washed up on beaches.
Comment icon #3 Posted by DecoNoir on 17 September, 2013, 17:46
He/she is lovely ! I wonder why they think they could grow up to 45feet long? I suppose skeletons have been found washed up on beaches. They have found 30 foot specimens washed up. Since fish continually grow throughout there lives its not hard to see one growing to 45 feet.
Comment icon #4 Posted by Asadora on 18 September, 2013, 10:37
Our planet is so awesome!
Comment icon #5 Posted by Simbi Laveau on 18 September, 2013, 11:36
I think inspiration for dragons in the ancient world, came from sightings of giant oar fish, but that's my own opinion.
Comment icon #6 Posted by kevex on 22 September, 2013, 21:26
Creepy
Comment icon #7 Posted by emberdawn on 23 September, 2013, 3:24
Thank you for sharing. What a beautiful fish. Our planet is so awesome! . I absolutely agree.


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