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    first one's a goblin shark... second ones are the ones from the meaning of life... i think

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    BBC's Planet Earth was excellent this week - favourite section was the 1 metre wide, 24-tentacled, purple sunflower starfish hoovering up kilos of brittle stars and sand dollars (flat urchins) on the Californian seabed. Now that's what I call a show.

    Should be repeated on the BBC a few times this week, worth catching, along with great whites snaffling seals, all sorts of coral, a jogging octupus.

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    that first one looked like the creature from naked lunch that the witch-maid shoos off the balcony onto the street
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    they look like pokemons













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    they've been known to bite divers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Parson View Post

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    Please tell me it's computer generated someone

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    Quote Originally Posted by mistersloane View Post
    Please tell me it's computer generated someone
    no no i think it's quite real. what is strange though is the scale, because it looks like one of those microscopic organisms that you prolly have hundreds of which in your hair (nice thought huh?) but in this picture it seems much bigger than it should be in relation to the can it's sitting on.

    guess it could be some kind of large tick?

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    well, millions of lice, amoeba, bacteria, etc. live on and in us. In fact it's fair to say that they are an essential part of us. The greasier parts of the cheeks and ears are a favourite of skin lice (crustaceans)


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    Congratulations Fush!


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    more viewed than all those "downfall of capitalism" or the "what are hipsters and how can we get rid of them" threads? my gosh!

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    This little crew look like scaffolding for death stars. My grandad did most of the early design work for the third one in the top row, during the war. It's made out of sealing wax, catgut and cocktails sticks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HMGovt View Post
    My grandad did most of the early design work for the third one in the top row, during the war. It's made out of sealing wax, catgut and cocktails sticks.
    crazy! I've loved those "artforms in nature" books for ever. bought the expanded edition a few years ago. I thought they were just drawings? but I guess the drawings are based on models that people like your grandad made?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mistersloane View Post
    Please tell me it's computer generated someone
    what is it though, it's brutal.
    i feel sorry for it.

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    it's an isopod. a very cute one.

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    Haha, juvenile, no less!


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