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***Picture of the Day*** 11/30/06 Edition

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Explanation: The Cuttlefish, one of nature's most amazing marine creatures, is the source of sepia ink, hence its Latin name Sepia Officinalis. The ink is discharged as a smoke-screen to confuse its enemies.
Cuttlefish move by forcing a jet of sea-water from a muscular funnel situated between the head and the mantle. This drives them backward - a form of jet-propulsion. The funnel is also used to eject th inky smoke-screen.
 
**What is your favorite underwater creature?
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Vedesh wrote:
 
 
Explanation: The Cuttlefish, one of nature's most amazing marine creatures, is the source of sepia ink, hence its Latin name Sepia Officinalis. The ink is discharged as a smoke-screen to confuse its enemies.
Cuttlefish move by forcing a jet of sea-water from a muscular funnel situated between the head and the mantle. This drives them backward - a form of jet-propulsion. The funnel is also used to eject th inky smoke-screen.
 
**What is your favorite underwater creature?


ewww!!! gross

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wow that fish is tight even with a smoke screen? dang it reminds me of pokemon
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favorite underwater creature..
uh, do penguins count?

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Wow.....it doesn't even look real. I have never seen one of those before....
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Wow.....it doesn't even look real. I have never seen one of those before....


it is real you piece of shiet.
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That sh*t looks nasty.
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Vedesh wrote:
 
 
Explanation: The Cuttlefish, one of nature's most amazing marine creatures, is the source of sepia ink, hence its Latin name Sepia Officinalis. The ink is discharged as a smoke-screen to confuse its enemies.
Cuttlefish move by forcing a jet of sea-water from a muscular funnel situated between the head and the mantle. This drives them backward - a form of jet-propulsion. The funnel is also used to eject th inky smoke-screen.
 
**What is your favorite underwater creature?


Same ol' ish vedesh! That's your new nickname!


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Cuttlefish tastes DAMN good!  I love it.

I had it for the first time last year..bought it from a local Asian food market.  Smiley Tongue Popped that thing on the ol' BBQ and loaded it with extra spicey Asian hot sauce....man that was a good dinner! 
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Vedesh wrote:
 
 
Explanation: The Cuttlefish, one of nature's most amazing marine creatures, is the source of sepia ink, hence its Latin name Sepia Officinalis. The ink is discharged as a smoke-screen to confuse its enemies.
Cuttlefish move by forcing a jet of sea-water from a muscular funnel situated between the head and the mantle. This drives them backward - a form of jet-propulsion. The funnel is also used to eject th inky smoke-screen.
 
**What is your favorite underwater creature?


ewww!!! gross


I think you should be mesmerized by such an amazing creatue, rather than just exclaiming in derogatory langauge.... I never knew they swam backwards, I learn something new everyday from PotDSmiley Happy
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