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Anyone else want to explore the oceans?

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    Soyboy 2020 IV: Intravenous Soyposting African Astronaut [scrub the quick-drying deinonychus]

    This is a 393-years old Greenland Shark that was located in the Arctic Ocean. It's been wandering the ocean since 1627. It is the oldest living vertebrate known on the planet.

    I didn't even know there were several hundred year old animals on earth.
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    blackbird Tuskegee Airman
    Humans have only explored a small percentage of the oceans.

    The sea levels used to be alot lower a few thousand years ago. There could be some pretty interesting archeological finds in the places that are now submerged, maybe even whole cities.



    All the orange parts on that map used to be land.
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    gadzooks Dark Matter [keratinize my mild-tasting blossoming]
    That shark is older than the American constitution.
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    gadzooks Dark Matter [keratinize my mild-tasting blossoming]
    Originally posted by blackbird Humans have only explored a small percentage of the oceans.

    The sea levels used to be alot lower a few thousand years ago. There could be some pretty interesting archeological finds in the places that are now submerged, maybe even whole cities.



    All the orange parts on that map used to be land.

    That Berring strait...

    I wonder if any ancient wandering nomads dropped like some gold or some shit on their way from Russia to Canada (sorry, Alaska/US... Would make way more sense being Canadian territory but whatever, I don't give a fuck, YOLO).
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    It's 2020 and we don't even have sea labs yet. Fuck this gay earth
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    Sudo Naturally Camouflaged [my hereto riemannian peach]
    Originally posted by MORALLY SUPERIOR BEING 2020 IV: Intravenous Soyposting


    I didn't even know there were several hundred year old animals on earth.

    My mom went to Greenland and I warned her and sent her videos about Greenland Sharks and how hard their cartilage is etc but she didnt see any and just ate some in soup which is apparently the national dish of Greenland.
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    Speedy Parker Dark Matter
    Originally posted by blackbird Humans have only explored a small percentage of the oceans.

    The sea levels used to be alot lower a few thousand years ago. There could be some pretty interesting archeological finds in the places that are now submerged, maybe even whole cities.



    All the orange parts on that map used to be land.

    ORLY?

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    Nil African Astronaut
    Originally posted by blackbird Humans have only explored a small percentage of the oceans.

    The sea levels used to be alot lower a few thousand years ago. There could be some pretty interesting archeological finds in the places that are now submerged, maybe even whole cities.



    All the orange parts on that map used to be land.

    Holy fucking north Sea Batman!! Maybe the Dutch wanting to dam that bitch isn't so crazy...
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    Fonaplats victim of incest [daylong jump-start that nome]
    There are hungry fish in there that could swallow me whole.
    Trying not to take myself down from the top of the food chain.

    Exploring Goodwill is a lot more thrilling.
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    STER0S African Astronaut [the disappointingly unanticipated slab]
    let's go scuba-diving
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    Speedy Parker Dark Matter
    Originally posted by Fonaplats There are hungry fish in there that could swallow me whole.
    Trying not to take myself down from the top of the food chain.

    Exploring Goodwill is a lot more thrilling.

    Explore under the cushions on your furniture. Maybe you'll find enough quarters for dinner.
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