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(AsiaOne)   For a small fortune you too can travel to an Argentine base on Antarctica where you sip coffee, mail a postcard, and get your passport stamped with a picture of a krill, a kind of small shrimp that is the symbol of the base   (news.asiaone.com) divider line 5
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2014-04-20 09:17:15 AM  
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Krill are tiny.  The biggest animals on earth thrive on them.  This is a paradox.

Meanwhile, mosquitoes, which are tiny, thrive on eating your face, which is huge.

Theory:  Nothing eats anything of the same size in the universe.  Four simultaneous 24 hour meals in one earth animal.
2014-04-20 11:54:09 AM  
1 votes:
$3000.00 is a small fortune?
2014-04-20 09:26:30 AM  
1 votes:
"A small fortune"?  Subby sounds poor.  I would imagine a typical vacation for a family of four costs that much.
2014-04-20 09:21:13 AM  
1 votes:
Oh thanks to you such the many Submitter for doing the explanation to me of what the krill might be except that you are the dead wrong person.

You see I am the crustacean whisperer so I have the reception of the kick of the replies of you. The krill has the three segments but the shrimp has two of these. Perhaps could have restraint because this provides the misinformation to do the on passing and some of these Farkers have the belief of everything which is heard by they.

You are welcome.
2014-04-20 09:12:54 AM  
1 votes:
The tour guide's name is RJ MacReady.
 
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