Nature is Lit

Fish & Invertebrate sightings and descriptions, hosted by resident NWDC ID expert Janna Nichols (nwscubamom).
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Re: Nature is Lit

Postby Penopolypants » Sat Oct 07, 2017 11:03 am

ORDiver wrote:Allright. Ive just spent 10 minutes of my life searching "tiny glow pooping jellyfish" on line. I'm not sure if that was wasted time or not.


I vote for not.
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Re: Nature is Lit

Postby ORDiver » Sat Oct 07, 2017 8:20 am

Allright. Ive just spent 10 minutes of my life searching "tiny glow pooping jellyfish" on line. I'm not sure if that was wasted time or not.

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Re: Nature is Lit

Postby Gdog » Fri Oct 06, 2017 7:31 pm

Love the Octos. I find that Octo's behavior curious. At the end a tentacle attaches to his mask. Not what you would want with one of our GPO's!!

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Nature is Lit

Postby Penopolypants » Fri Oct 06, 2017 9:41 am

There's a subreddit called NatureIsFuckingLit that's pretty cool by itself, but today it has a fascinating gif of a fish eating a glow-pooping jellyfish and an octo that wants some love. Not that kind of love! And I DO NOT advocate touching the wildlife. But octos are delightful.

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