Relative sizes of sea creatures

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Wow, learned some things from that. The Ocean Sunfish is huge! And very odd...
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Cool. like it...

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There was a sunfish washed up somewhere up the coast  recently  !
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Love this !!!! I am now boring   my wife with uit

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