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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Lingcod vs. greenling  (Read 2474 times)

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sebast

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Quote from: Cabeza de Martillo on Today at 06:49:45 AM
I got a question for you....what the fuck is that fish in your avatar?

Every time I look at it I scratch my head  :smt102

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That literally translates from Cuban to English as What The Fuck!? 

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which makes it infinite loop.
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I believe it's a Lophius piscatorius aka anglerfish aka monkfish.
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I wanna know more about THAT picture, I always thought they were a deep water fish.


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Thats the world spear record for that species. 84 pounds. Looks like they spear em in Portugal w/out tanks...so they must come into shallow water (I also thought they were like 200+ ft deep).
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Cab fosho


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