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April 5, 2010 |
In: Awesome, Mind Blowing, Nature, Photography
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If pouchers continue doing the shit they do, the marine wildlife shown here will be nothing but photographs of dodos.
they're in even more trouble if the poachers turn up too!
Haven’t even looked at the pics yet… just wanted to stop the moronic f###t people, typing f###t.
fuckt! lol, reply win
Those people are like little flies, they buzz around your head and annoy you, no matter how you try to wave them away, they keep on pissing you of, so you gotta try…
good job. you win at beating everyone. heres a cookie.
sarcasm aside, stunning pictures. im willing to bet there will come a day when humanity can look at pictures like this and wonder “where the fuck did it all go?!?” for a reality check, look up shark fin poachers. for people like me who are shark enthusiasts, its disgusting.
p.s. #19 looks cross eyed, lol
they should repost this with captions.
yeah, i mean is that a shark? cos that looked like a fucking man to me!
Forever alone. I guess im the only one who sees it haha.
So many interesting adaptations
Did anyone else hear the little mermaids “under the sea” run through thier head while looking at these?
was that a shoe? hopefully not attached to a foot – or a leg….
So, who wants to go halvsies on a whale-shark?
Blehehech the shark pics made my hands all sweaty.
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Hello, name’s Bruce!
Bruce was a Great White… This is not one
OHMAIGAD THIS IS SOOO BEUTIFULLLLLLLL
#1- Where the hell is that guy’s dive buddy?! if the photographer and the guy in the background are supposed to be partners, they’re screwed if something goes wrong!
Aside from that, awesome pics- love the manta and the hammer-heads (7 & 8)
he'll be fine. whale sharks are harmless
#9…clearly a complete noob diver
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