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★ Black Lounger ★
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- Jan 24, 2003
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It already was a species, I don't know what you mean by it could have been the start of a new species... no harm was done in the grand scheme of things, we just get a live specimen to study is all.there humans go again by ****ing things up... that couldve been teh start of a new species but nooooo take the thing outve nature so we can experiment and get all kinds of attention
Most of the fearsome deep deep deep sea dwellers are REALLY fragile.The bottom of the ocean scares the **** out of me, because it's so dark down there, and we still don't really know a whole lot about what's down there. We know there's life, because we've found a lot of new species, but as to what else, we're still pretty much in the dark (pardon the pun).
Ha, that was my first thought.That's a lot of calamari.
Considering that it's dead...I was kind of erkked that as opposed to letting this "rare species," procreate, they're going to let it live in a museum, without a mate. Hopefully they will release it as soon as they're done studying it.