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October 25, 2007

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Fish eats another, 4 times its length.


Thirty four inches to be exact. A Great Swallower (the smaller fish, just 7.5 inches in length) was found just south of Grand Cayman island floating with its distended belly loaded with a fish it had eaten, an extremely aggressive snake mackerel, that measured 34 inches.

Not sure what this little guy was thinking but, I would hate to run into a Great Swallower any larger than this fish.

See full story here: cayCompass.com


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Evan V

Hmmmm thats like trying to eat Rosie O'donnell.

tim romano

no, that's like trying to eat multiple Rosie's


That's a "Whole Lotta Rosie"

Name the band ...


That is awesomely gross. I'd love to see somebody tie up a fly to imitate it.

tim romano


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