New species of fish discovered!!!!!

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  1. darryn

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    Thought this would be fun to post:

    Some more:

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  3. neilh

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    :rolleyes::rolleyes:

    Let me guess, you got it via email?
     
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    :eek: that has to be a fake :p
     
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    LOL. As it was fish related I though I would add some humour to a cr@p Monday.
     
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    This is a fake mail trhat has been going around for at least 2 years
     
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    The teeth give it away :p i dont think fish would need mollars haha
     
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    :hmmmm2::rofl:
     
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    Judging from the anatomy, the size and weight of its skull, and the short tail and fins will make the fish immobile.

    Where on earth did you get that picture?
    Why does it have molars?

    There is no relationship between the size of its head and overall body size; Its got to be a fake picture. Looks like a mammals head with a fish body.
     
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    its a baboon head, redone with either latex stuff, or edited on a gfx-editor

    looks cool though
     
  11. Gareth

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    Definitely a Fake pic
    it is awesome what a PC and the right software can do...lol
     
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    The pic is real. The "fish" was made by an artist using a babon skull. Seem to remember him being French or Belgian
     
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    well i did say it was either a made model or a made pic

    can you imagine something like that living in shallow beaches like margate or something, :rofl: hilarious panicking
     
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    well then that guy has an awesome talent and imagination...lol
     

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