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Old 08-27-2023, 08:45 PM
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Easy, the Narwhal... it's the unicorn of the sea
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Just wanted to thank everyone for your wonderful posts. I was at an all-day jam, but will respond more tomorrow.

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Blue whale. The biggest animal in the world but also the most vulnerable.
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Old 08-28-2023, 06:15 AM
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Bay scallops, their bright blue eyes are just psychedelic in photos, and their locomotion is cool.

Also my favorite bivalve to eat, they're my favorite to use in ceviche.
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I love the little reef squid. As any diver knows, they change color, and are very inquisitive. I love finishing a dive with a school of reef squid hanging out near the surface.
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What beautiful picks!

My favorite sea creature is an octopus, because they are problem-solving intelligent, collect things that appeal to them, and change their skin in an instant.
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Old 08-28-2023, 11:24 AM
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California Sea Otter - amazing creatures using tools and fun to watch!
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ďTake my money now ó please!Ē Thatís a gorgeous pick, Scott!

Favorite sea creature is a tough oneóIíd have to say giant sea turtles. Seeing them up close, they look like prehistoric animals. In shallow water, they move almost in slow motion. In deeper water, they glide through the water as if they are weightless, and can actually swim very fast. Itís fun to watch a bale of turtles playing with each other in shallow water. They swim around each other and climb over each otheróitís like watching a slow turning kaleidoscope.
Well, you're speaking my language here. They are so beautiful when swimming.

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Hard to pick a favorite, but if I must, it would be Dolphins. There are intelligent and very social and I will never forget watch a pod of them play and dance, reminds me of music and life.
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Orca whale

I like the coloring, and....

more like a dolphin , than a whale,

They are dolphin-ately fascinating
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Dolphins. So intelligent and graceful, but maneuverability of a fighter jet when they need to. They can also be very creative and ruthless hunters when itís time to eat.
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I like the much maligned and misunderstood Blobfish.
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Make my favorite a mahi-mahi.
Strong, fast, colorful fish.
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Old 08-30-2023, 06:13 PM
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Wow! That is one good looking pick!

Iíll be ordering one this time around but to play along Iíll go with the 52 hertz whaleÖ someone has got to be thinking about him.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/52-hertz_whale

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Make mine a Tuna, although I can barely Tuna guitar.
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