Discussion in 'Cryptozoology: General' started by floyd23a1, Jun 24, 2003.
They've popped up on my Facebook a couple of times, they are a bit
The black shark looks like a roughskin dogfish.
You can bet they all tend to emphasise their loving personalities in their dating profiles.
Other eye of the Halibut found... no less scary.
It's like a Grey Alien shark.
That is one freaky looking fish. Looks like a genetic mutation where it's all gone a bit wrong.
I think that's definitely one of the Pathetic Sharks from Viz.
He's found an Alien...
That is an Atlantic Wolffish.
The 1st ones a deep sea shark. Below another deep sea oddity the Goblin Shark
Don't care for his voice but some interesting content
Gravity keeps you pretty. Negate its effects and it's all shapes.
Brrrrrrr. That scares me.
" .. and on the 6th day, God made all the creatures of the Earth ... and on the 7th day, the French made them into soup"
Fugly as hell but quite tasty too
A new Caribbean shark's been discovered .. it was under the settee ..
The latest from https://twitter.com/rfedortsov?ref_src=twsrc^tfw
Ah! Fish on Friday! Put a bit of batter round them and no one will know! :rofl:
There's gonna be some well chewy onion rings! :rofl:
Put em back ya murdering bass turds
The top one is rather sweet
No, those fish are all fugly. Throw 'em back!
They're not fugly to another fish. Eye of the beholder and all that.
Mind you, it'll be so dark at the bottom of the ocean that it doesn't matter what they look like.
Halibut, cephalopod, monk fish.
Not quite - but some very good impersonations:
Separate names with a comma.