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SCUBA-L  September 1999, Week 1

SCUBA-L September 1999, Week 1

Subject:

Re: Fact and Fiction? (Was Re: Ode to .. etc.)

From:

Chuck <[log in to unmask]>

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Chuck <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Wed, 1 Sep 1999 17:27:56 -0500

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.the
unfortunate grouper.  The shark must have entered the wreck as a juvenile
and spent it's life feeding - and growing - on the abundant fish life
attracted to the stricken vessel.  Now, too big to exit through the opening,
it waited for prey to swim into its cavernous mouth!"
 
 
You left out the ever popular monster cat-fish that live at the bottoms of
every dam in the continental US.
Thye have been known to swallow Volkswagens whole! No- Truly!!  I wouldn't
fib about such a thing.
 
CH
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