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Does anybody else find the tails/flukes on whales and dolphins pretty and/or cool?

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Aug 16, 2022
This may be a weird question to ask but I am just curious, I am becoming a freediver and I really love the oceans and the marine life, everything about the creatures i like and i just think for one the tails on the whales, dolphins and fish are really pretty or cool idk just something about them captures my eye does anybody else feel the same out of curiosity or am I just weird XD ?
No, you're not weird for finding the tails and flukes on whales and dolphins pretty or cool. Many people find marine life fascinating, and appreciate the beauty and unique features of different species. As a freediver, you likely have a deeper appreciation for these creatures and their habitats. It's perfectly normal to have an interest in marine life and their physical attributes.
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