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How do tropical fish communicate?
Old 02-26-2009, 12:27 PM   #21
 
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Steve- Those are great pictures. What a once in a lifetime experience. I'd love to do that one day. The idea of sharks in the water freak me out when I'm surfing. Sitting on a board in the water makes you feel like possible shark chum. Being under water is a whole different ball game. Thanks so much for sharing the pics.
i'm glad you and the others enjoyed the pics, needless to say... i enjoyed taking them. :)

i do have to admit it was a great dive and other than being scared to death, it was fun. :) from everything i have always heard, surfers are a lot more likely to get attacked by sharks than divers are because they see surfers as something injured on the surface and when they see divers they are more curious than anything else unless you have blood on you which everybody knows what happens then.

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Old 02-26-2009, 12:37 PM   #22
 
We went Snorkling in the bahamas when we were there, no sharks though. But i was still the first one to get back on the boat! and i made my dad hold my hand the entire time.
I don't... i don't do well with ocean, even though i live 1/4 mile away from the pacific.
We also went to hawaii for 2 weeks, and i didn't go past my knees once in the water lol, i got to my knees looked down and saw a whole bunch of fish by my feet... i retreated back to the beach towel... so much for bravery

So drama, i think we are back to the morse bubbles
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Old 02-26-2009, 05:23 PM   #23
 
Emmnemms, I'm like you, no going past the knees for me either. lol
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Old 02-27-2009, 11:11 AM   #24
 
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Your chances of being involved in a car crash are greater than being attacked by a shark. Of course, if you never step foot in the ocean this would never apply to you!
As for me, I'd rather take my chances with a shark than an oncoming car.
Well,when I get my Jaguar or Porsche,lol! Oh dear...
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