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Sardines

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Visitors look at some of the 10,000 sardines in a tank at the Noboribetsu Marine Park NIXE in Hokkaido. Two sharks and three rays live together with the sardines in the tank that opened in July.

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If prepared properly, sardines make good eating.

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agreed.Sardine are one of my favourite fish..of course Mr.Shark is thinking the exact same thing.

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Kawaii!

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Two sharks and three rays live together with the sardines in the tank

'Live together' - is that a euphemism?

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If prepared properly, sardines make good eating.

why, every time they show beautiful fish pictures, do you imagine a fish meal? Sardines have a lot of bones but are full of DHA which will make you smart. Highly recommended for univirsity students.

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nice one JT....high 5!

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It seems like two girls are throwing a magical net to catch a shark.

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Reminds me of the Monterey Aquarium.

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I really like this photo.

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I really like this photo.

I wonder if the sardines are female or male.

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Love - My guess would be about 50-50.

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LoveUSA at 05:42 PM JST - 15th October

I really like this photo.

I wonder if the sardines are female or male.

They are chasing each other like junior high kids in the hallway between classes, and the Principal is the shark trying to nail all that break the rules.

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Are the sardines too small to interest the shark? You would think the shark would scoop that tasty goodness up in one bite.

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Nice picture!

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I give it a week and there will be 5000 sardines.

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Very cool picture, id like to visit. Now, back to "picture of the day" that involves the female figure....

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Yelnats : lolz!! nice :-D yeah, this is a really nice picture.. reminds me of the Hakkeijima Aqua Museum

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