New shark species

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Dino, Mar 8, 2012.

  1. Dino

    DinoFishlore VIPMember

  2. pirahnah3

    pirahnah3Fishlore VIPMember

    wow neat looking catshark there!

    and here I thought they had got you as well...

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  3. CichlidSWAGA

    CichlidSWAGAWell Known MemberMember

    thats sweet looking! the ocean is amazing! we know a lot about space but we still don't know hardly anything about the ocean and its on earth!

  4. OP

    DinoFishlore VIPMember

    Na, that's just me checking for cavities.
  5. Sharkdude

    SharkdudeWell Known MemberMember

    Pretty cool!! It's always exiting when a new species of fish is discovered. Especially sharks:)

  6. Wendy Lubianetsky

    Wendy LubianetskyWell Known MemberMember

    Very interesting.... and I believe there are a lot more species we have not even dreamed existed.
  7. whtmexValued MemberMember

    Neat. But why is it always the Galapagos?

    Is that where your species has its wormhole to drop new species off, Dino?
  8. OP

    DinoFishlore VIPMember

    I will not confirm or deny the existence of a worm hold near the Galapagos. I don't know nothing about that USO base located 12 miles off the east shore of EspaƱola Island. Nothing at all.
  9. whtmexValued MemberMember

    Ah. Nothing like good ol' plausible deniability.
  10. pirahnah3

    pirahnah3Fishlore VIPMember

    AHHA! if you dont know nothing thats a double negative implying that you DO know something about this wormhole!
  11. Landozer18

    Landozer18Well Known MemberMember

    I want one.
    Why can't they go back to the location and see these sharks?
    Also I don't think they should have collected so many specimens.
  12. OP

    DinoFishlore VIPMember

    Never should have introduced you monkeys to logic!

    I admit, there MAY be a wormhole near the Galapagos.
  13. pirahnah3

    pirahnah3Fishlore VIPMember

    Im not a monkey, I came from a fish, hence the user name...
  14. OP

    DinoFishlore VIPMember

    Sorry, I usually only keep track of naughty and nice, not species of origin.
    Your entry has been noted on the N/N list.
  15. yusufm52Valued MemberMember

  16. lea

    leaWell Known MemberMember

    "Ninety percent of the sharks that were in the ocean when I was born are gone," McCosker said. "

    Dino, i'm going to cry - can you find the primates (or just vertebrates.. or invertebrates) responsible for this and bump them on your naughty list?

    Great article though, but as a geneticist i'm floundering as to why anyone would think to store all tissue sample in formaldehyde in the late '90s. I would have assumed they would have enough brains to store some tissue in the deep freeze for playing with later. Fools.
  17. OP

    DinoFishlore VIPMember

    Yeah, I was disturbed to read that as well.
    Even back in the 80's/90's, when I was in Uni, we were not doing that.

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