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MonkeyDAthos
post Jan 4 2013, 02:09 PM
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So i was watching this documentary about some dudes trying to catch a giant squid. when i came across this pretty cool thing call starligth cameras and bioluminescene.










Check out the dolphins at 14:50 and 11:20 they look like ghosts, is so awesome! laugh.gif





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post Jan 5 2013, 01:57 AM
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Just finished watching both videos, thanks for sharing! The bioluminescence that their cameras were able to capture on film were amazing! Plus I've always been fascinated by the search for giant squid and other mysterious animals, so that was an added bonous! smile.gif


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