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Old 10-23-2013, 05:40 AM   #15
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Can Oarfish Predict Earthquakes?

I think you are right Richard... Animals/creatures can sense a lot more than some give them credit for......
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If it was in the Gulf of Mexico, I would wonder about all that chemical-laced oil still waiting down there, like some 50's low budget movie monster that will someday rise to terrorize our pristine white beaches again.
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Can Oarfish Predict Earthquakes?

I think you are right Richard... Animals/creatures can sense a lot more than some give them credit for......



Oarfish, for the most part, are excellent swimmers also.
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Old 10-25-2013, 07:11 PM   #18
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Oarfish, for the most part, are excellent swimmers also.
They'll need to freshen up on their swimming skills before the Tsunami hits.

It IS coming because the Oarfish told us so!

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They'll need to freshen up on their swimming skills before the Tsunami hits.

It IS coming because the Oarfish told us so!

Dr4Film ----- Richard
Didn't know you 'speak fish' ......
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Old 10-26-2013, 05:56 AM   #20
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We had read that Oarfish are poor swimmers, and that even ocean currents can bring them up to their demise. Of course if that is accurate, we wonder why we don't see more of them. They are a magnificent looking creature.
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