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Ness Rowlah

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Not technically a fish, but some of this footage was part of Killer Whale documentary just shown on Channel Five here in UK. These orcas are both ingenious and highly social. Swimming together in a pack of about six and then diving to create a wave? And then doing a bit of practice with the same seal. Clever fuckers.

 

muser

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Not technically a fish, but some of this footage was part of Killer Whale documentary just shown on Channel Five here in UK. These orcas are both ingenious and highly social. Swimming together in a pack of about six and then diving to create a wave? And then doing a bit of practice with the same seal. Clever fuckers.

should check the first episode new "frozen planet" doc on BBC, some amazing footage of killer whales doing that tandem swimming to make waves.
 

luka

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did i do a thread called killer whales are cunts? or a youtube naychurr snuff film thread or are these just ideas i kicked around with craner?
 

Mr. Tea

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I saw that too. My first thoughts concerned garlic, chili and lemon juice, I have to say...
 

Mr. Tea

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Heh. :)

From the octopus article:

"Just before the bird died, I actually said to my husband, 'Isn't someone going to go down there and try and save that seagull?'"
Yeah, cos seagulls are like totally going extinct. Stupid hippy cunt.

"Realistically, that octopus was too daunting," she said. "You get those little images in your mind of getting grabbed by the octopus yourself and pulled in. They're very primitive, intimidating creatures up close."
Apart from the fact that they're more intelligent than most mammals. And some Canadians, apparently.
 
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