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https://www.facebook.com/linda.m.mil...49904286/?t=61

If you click it a second time it gives you more than a minute and in slow motion.

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what are you doing on FB and you upgrading from Salmon???

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If only new layers hadn't been added....

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what are toy doing on FB and you upgrading from Salmon???
Just passing it along from an email. I was taken by the 3D imaging,very entertaining,what the digital crowd can do. I have been fortunate to have seen them in the real world while fishing, they are Awe inspiring.

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I have been fortunate to have seen them in the real world while fishing, they are Awe inspiring.

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Never been that close to one coming up out of the water. but had one go under the boat,(saw the air bubbles), then came up farther away.

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One of our favorite family trips as kids was to Sea World's first aquarium, on the coast in Los Angeles. The whales and porpose would leap out of the water and splash cool water all over the audience. In pre-AC L.A., it was a relief to get wet and cool off.

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I liked it better when you get past the whale and watch the black guy in a wheelchair climb the bars. Now that was awesome.

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Seen Moby Dick several times. Does that count?

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