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(Nature World News)   Good news, everybody. There are 10x the number of mid-depth fish in the sea as we thought. That means there is a possible mate for everybody, except Zoidberg, who will die alone in a non-Dumpster brand garbage bin. And of course, TotalFarkers   ( natureworldnews.com) divider line
    More: Spiffy, Zoidberg, water column, global ocean, Spanish National Research Council, Nature Communications, garbage bins  
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2014-02-09 02:36:38 AM  
Well, I'd say about 50% of those fish are now radioactive. Thanks Japan.
 
2014-02-09 02:55:12 AM  

brantgoose: It can give you a tiny pricking sensation if it rams you at full speed.


That's what she said.
 
2014-02-09 05:11:10 PM  
The only downside is that most of the biomass is in about 500 gigantic, submarine eating squid.

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