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Strange sea creature washes up in Australia

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XenoFish

That has to be the weirdest thing I've seen so far.

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Jon the frog

Weird creature out of his element ! Probably when alive in his environment it the look is a lot less weird.

 

 

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seanjo

The answer is in the article, it's an Armed or Striped Anenome.

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Stiff
35 minutes ago, XenoFish said:

That has to be the weirdest thing I've seen so far.

Me too but I'll be out in some local town centre bars this afternoon. I'll bet I see something weirder.

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Ares_Zeusson
15 hours ago, seanjo said:

The answer is in the article, it's an Armed or Striped Anenome.

But neither of those have black tipped tentacles. It doesn't really look like a Leopard, Armed or Gorgonian Wrapper Anemone. This might actually be a new one.

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Dejarma
13 minutes ago, Ares_Zeusson said:

But neither of those have black tipped tentacles. It doesn't really look like a Leopard, Armed or Gorgonian Wrapper Anemone. This might actually be a new one.

you could be right-- but i bet it will not be classed as <strange> for long;)

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Ares_Zeusson
4 minutes ago, Dejarma said:

you could be right-- but i bet it will not be classed as <strange> for long;)

I did find this which is allegedly a Dofleinia Armata & it does look similar.

 

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Dejarma
Just now, Ares_Zeusson said:

I did find this which is allegedly a Dofleinia Armata & it does look similar.

 

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yep, i agree... do you now feel justified in removing the word <strange> when describing this wonderful animal? ;)

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Carlos Allende

Don't matter if you're black or white. Why do jellyfish always get so sidetracked by Whacko lyrics?

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Impedancer

Just what i thought if it was found in australia it's most likely to be dangerous and it looks alien.

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