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i ask the same question :hmmmustangmermaid said:b. Could they have been brought ashore by the Tsunami? (Probably a dumb question I know, but I'm still curious if the Surge had anything to do with it since they love so far down)
As this is a fake, Im just thinking really. The Tsnuami wouldnt have killed the fish but couldnt a shock wave in the deep water from the earthquake have killed the fish? A hyperthetical question now but I thought about that yesterday and I'm still curious as to wether that could happen.mundial said:hey i wonder........
how can the tsunami afect the deep water????
Shadowkiller said:Below is a pic of a Fangfish I took whilst sorting out fish from a deepsea trawl.
Poida said:Hi Alison
Yeah I think it's like a transfer of energy from one molecule to the other like 1 billiard ball hits another, the first ball stands still as it has transfered its energy to the next.
island_sands said:Hello Mr. Adrian...so how's your Mediterrean morning..
Adrian said:Hola Señorita Sands,
Very nice morning today, calm, sunny, and around 16C. Went spearfishing with Wolf and Johnny, two new members of DB who live nearby in Empuriabrava and had a great time. I shot at a bass (lubina) but missed
Talking about strange creatures, on our outing a few days ago I saw the snail/nudibranch in the attached photo, I've never seen it before and it doesn't quite concord with the marine biology book I have, perhaps you can identify it.
Alison, if that's what Spain did to you, I better move out fast! :waterwork
Adrian said:Talking about strange creatures, on our outing a few days ago I saw the snail/nudibranch in the attached photo, I've never seen it before and it doesn't quite concord with the marine biology book I have, perhaps you can identify it.