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Posted By:zmih
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2009-01-20 23:20:44
Well said Mippy!
2009-01-20 23:18:06
The Sea Lemon - a very secretive species - it likes to hug the shoreline yet is rarely seen due to its reclusive nature. Little is known about its mating habits as it lives a somewhat solitary existence until it leaves the water to gather in large schools to reproduce in the trees.
2009-01-20 22:36:09
Quote Popolov:(This is not a coded message for the secret services.) Where he got idea of any secret on this picture?? Can't belive that he has never saw a tangerine! And also there is no one single sea creature on this picture. Figs, tangerine, lemon, walnut... What sea creature he sow?? Sea lemons?!? Don't know, don't care. Now I understand Jochip8 why he don't want to be popular any more.
2009-01-20 17:16:32
Guffaw...I say good fellow...a bit paranoid you are...what what
2009-01-20 17:10:37
And Popolov, keep your paranoia to yourself. Please. Thank you in advance.
2009-01-20 17:01:22
Those are a local fruit. Orange=tangerine/mandarina yellow=big one is quince/dunja ,yellow=small one lemons/limun. On this picture are all local product from Adriatic sea.
2009-01-18 04:57:42
A small variety of sea creatures the fisherman has caught. But what are the orange and yellow variety, are they a kind of shellfish, or what? I have earnestly looked in my encyclopaedia of sea creatures but cannot find them. Perhaps they are a baby variety of a certain fish species that morphs into a different shape as it grows older? (This is not a coded message for the secret services.)