It has long been known that this species of Twirly Fish (the Tasty Twirly Fish) has had a method of communication that directed their synchronous and graceful movements. Recently this language was translated, and Science was surprized by what they learned. The fish appear to be saying: Where is Shelley...I think she is over this way...no she's over that way,..no...really Shelley is this way." They tend to go on and on along this vein with the occasional: "Oh look! Food!", and "Opps, I pee'd...hehehe...watch out for the warm spot!" While this is to some degree what was expected from a fish that is clearly not very smart; Science is left with the question...Shelley who?....Shelley WHO?!
Stunning photograph and Jeff Hester a true success story,indeed! Goes to show that human kind, can reverse the earths depleted resources!
Amazing isn't it! We must preserve this for our future generation, so they can experience this natural wonder!
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