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You did a SPLENDID job on a BEAUTIFUL miniature. I love the way he is circling the stone. OUTSTANDING WORK!

 

18 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

 

Thanks!

I've only seen the real thing in a Zoo once.

Magnificent animals.

 

I got an up close & personal look at one when I was working the tuna boats. They have impressive teeth.

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15 minutes ago, malefactus said:

You did a SPLENDID job on a BEAUTIFUL miniature. I love the way he is circling the stone. OUTSTANDING WORK!

 

 

I got an up close & personal look ay one when I was working the tuna boats. They have impressive teeth.

 

Thank you!

It's a nice print.

 

I do love Nature, I rather not meet one in the water though.

 

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