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(Daily Mail)   I have no idea what you're talking about so here's a picture of a pelican slam dunking a catfish into its bill   ( divider line
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2013-12-06 11:28:06 AM  
2013-12-06 11:32:41 AM  
Jesus, those birds are HUGE... Here in town, we have some salt marshes that tend to build up around freeway on ramps and freeway exchanges, where there is a lot of low land with hills around it. Anyway, one day one of these freaking things took off and flew over my car while launching, front to back. He wasn't gliding 50 ft. above, he cleared the car by about 3 feet, it was like a Roc flying overhead, actually made me duck in my seat.
2013-12-06 03:29:23 PM  
Great offense but his defense still isn't where it should be. I expect that bird to go in the 3rd round at best, possibly falling to the 5th.
2013-12-06 10:42:51 PM  
While technically a member of the catfish family - that yellow-bellied fish is a Bullhead.  Folks in Minnesota won't shed a tear for an "Iowa Walleye" getting eaten by a gird.
2013-12-07 05:23:58 PM  

TommyDeuce: that yellow-bellied fish is a Bullhead.

I came here to say that
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