De Grootste Witte Haai

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Ik wil op deze Dinsdag graag wat aandacht schenken aan de haai, en dan in het bijzonder de grote witte mensenhaai of ook wel de great white shark... Wat is de grootste gedocumenteerde grote witte mensen haai? Welke real life versie van de film-haai Jaws was echt dusdanig indrukwekkend dat die de boeken in zou moeten gaan als de biggest fucking shark ever???



Daar had ik namelijk afgelopen weekend een aangenaam gesprek over na het zien van een tweetal filmpjes over de haai "Curly" bij een andere meelezende QFF-ert op de computer... De bewuste filmpjes die op Youtube staan, waren beiden fragmenten uit een aflevering van de serie  Jaws Comes Home, die sinds enkele tijd op Discovery Channel te volgen is... Kijkt U maar even mee...





Whow big fucking vis die Curly... Een verwoestend monster... Als een fucking VW bus maar dan verlengd en verbreed zo fucking gigantisch groot! Maar is het de grootste ooit?

Er zijn bronnen die zeggen dat Curly (de naam Curly is ontstaan omdat er een knik / krul in de rugvin van het beest zat) in ieder geval niet de grootste ooit is... En daar ik dit soort beesten echt fenomenaal intrigerend vind en echt perplex kan staan van moeder aarde en de natuur dat dit soort monsters überhaupt nog bestaan, besloot ik dus eens wat dieper in deze materie te duiken...

En dat leverde al gauw wat interessante informatie op...

De gemiddelde lengte van een volwassen grote witte mensenhaai is doorgaans 4 tot 4,8 meter, met een gewicht van 680 tot 1.100 kilogram (1.500 tot 2.450 pond), worden de vrouwtjes over het algemeen groter dan mannetjes. Maar de vraag van de maximale grootte van een grote witte mensenhaai was lange tijd onderhevig aan de nodige discussie, vermoedens, en met name aannames en valse of bewust verkeerd verstrekte informatie.

Tegenwoordig durven de meeste deskundigen op basis van onderzoek en wetenschappelijk vastgestelde feiten te beweren dat de grote witte mensenhaai een maximum grote kan bereiken van ongeveer 6 meter, met een maximum gewicht van ongeveer 1.900 kilogram (4.200 pond). En uiteraard kunnen er volgens de bevindingen van de heren "schetenwappers" (Copyright by: Inuksuk) uitschieters tussen zitten...

Volgens het Guinness Book of World Records, zijn er drie grote witte mensenhaaien die gelden als de grootste gedocumenteerde individuen. Een 11 meter (36 voet) lange grote witte mensenhaai die is gevangen in Zuid Australische wateren in de buurt van Port Fairy in het jaar 1870. Dan is er een 11.3 meter (37,6 voet) lange haai gevangen in een haring wier in New Brunswick, Canada in het jaar 1930. En de recordhouder een 12,5 meter (41,2 voet) lang monster, gevangen ergens bij de westkust van de Azoren door een Portugese vissersboot... Deze "records" komen aardig overeen met de lengtes van andere grote witte mensenhaaien die in die zelfde tijden gevangen werden, ook al werden vele van deze verhalen vaak afgedaan als visserslatijn en onzin...

Sommige onderzoekers plaatsen hun gegronde vraagtekens bij de betrouwbaarheid van de records in het Guinness Book of World Records, en dit komt mede voort uit de bevindingen van andere gedetailleerde documentaties van andere grote witte mensenhaaien die in die tijd gevangen werden... Zo zou de New Brunswick haai een verkeerd geïdentificeerde reuzenhaai zijn geweest... En de Port Fairy haai zou simpelweg verkeerd opgemeten moeten zijn omdat het formaat van de kaak van dat beest te zeer afwijken van die van een haai van het formaat zoals dit in de records opgeslagen is... Wat betreft de Azoren recordhouder, deze is reeds in de jaren '80 uit de boeken en daarmee dus uit de records verwijderd van het Guinness Book of World Records... Dus tja...

Richard Ellis en John E. McCosker, beiden haai experts, schrijven dat de grootste grote witte mensenhaaien die zij zelf gedocumenteerd hebben een lengte bereiken van maximaal ergens tussen de 5,8 tot 6,4 meter en er zijn een aantal van bijna 7 meter gedocumenteerd waarvan de metingen echter minder nauwkeurig waren, waardoor het twijfelgevallen zijn...

Het grootste exemplaar waarvan Ellis en McCosker onderschrijven dat de afmetingen die zijn opgenomen als betrouwbaar gelden, was 6,4 meter (21,3 voet) lang. Dit monster is ooit gevangen in de Cubaanse wateren in het 1945... Zie de foto van deze Cubaanse haai hieronder...



Er zijn inmiddels claims van nog grotere gedocumenteerde grote witte mensenhaaien, maar zoals Ellis en McCosker terecht opmerken, ontbreekt er vaak voldoende informatie omtrent deze claims en is er geen duidelijke data van de claim...

Zo zou er op Malta bijvoorbeeld, een vrouwtjes haai van naar verluidt 7,13 meter (meer dan 23 voet) zijn gevangen in 1987 door ene Alfredo Cutajar. In hun boeken, hebben Ellis en McCosker het erover dat deze haai veel groter leek te zijn dan gemiddeld, maar ze gingen niet op de details van de meting. Vele jaren later bleek waarom, de haai zou volgens foto's en de analyse van deze foto's door diverse experts slechts 5,5 meter lang geweest zijn...

En zo zijn er dus nog wel meer claims en spannende verhalen over vangsten van grote witte mensenhaaien maar de grootste grote witte mensenhaai zwemt misschien nog steeds wel gewoon vrij rond omdat die niet gevangen wil worden...

Tja... Monsters zijn het... Maar wel bijzonder fascinerende monsters en prachtige producten van moeder natuur... Of zoals een hier meelezende QFFert zou zeggen: "Mo-nu-men-ten!" En dat zijn het natuurlijk ook, monumenten...

Hier nog wat beelden van deze prachtige beesten...







Hieronder in de comments kan het wat mij betreft verder...
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The legendary great white shark is far more fearsome in our imaginations than in reality. As scientific research on these elusive predators increases, their image as mindless killing machines is beginning to fade.

Of the 100-plus annual shark attacks worldwide, fully one-third to one-half are attributable to great whites. However, most of these are not fatal, and new research finds that great whites, who are naturally curious, are "sample biting" then releasing their victims rather than preying on humans. It's not a terribly comforting distinction, but it does indicate that humans are not actually on the great white's menu.

Great whites are the largest predatory fish on Earth. They grow to an average of 15 feet (4.6 meters) in length, though specimens exceeding 20 feet (6 meters) and weighing up to 5,000 pounds (2,268 kilograms) have been recorded.

They have slate-gray upper bodies to blend in with the rocky coastal sea floor, but get their name from their universally white underbellies. They are streamlined, torpedo-shaped swimmers with powerful tails that can propel them through the water at speeds of up to 15 miles (24 kilometers) per hour. They can even leave the water completely, breaching like whales when attacking prey from underneath.

Highly adapted predators, their mouths are lined with up to 300 serrated, triangular teeth arranged in several rows, and they have an exceptional sense of smell to detect prey. They even have organs that can sense the tiny electromagnetic fields generated by animals. Their main prey items include sea lions, seals, small toothed whales, and even sea turtles, and carrion.

Found in cool, coastal waters throughout the world, there is no reliable data on the great white's population. However, scientists agree that their number are decreasing precipitously due to overfishing and accidental catching in gill nets, among other factors, and they are listed as an endangered species.
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Biggest Great White Shark Caught, Released

18-foot fish may help crack migration mysteries, team says.

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The Shark Men crew work to keep the great white shark nicknamed Apache alive on board their boat.

Photograph courtesy National Geographic Channel

Christine Dell'Amore

National Geographic News

Published May 6, 2011

ON TV: Shark Men—Biggest and Baddest premieres at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Sunday, May 8, on the National Geographic Channel.

Talk about a big fish—an expedition crew has hauled up—and released—what the team says is the biggest great white shark yet caught.

The 17.9-foot-long (5.5-meter-long) male behemoth was found off Mexico's Guadalupe Island (map) in fall 2009.

The animal breaks the team's previous record of 16.8 feet (5.1 meters), set when they caught a female great white named Kimel. (Both records are unofficial and not maintained by a formal organization.)

The new titleholder was named Apache after the dog of Brett McBride, boat captain on the National Geographic Channel show Shark Men. (The National Geographic Channel is part-owned by the National Geographic Society, which owns National Geographic News.)

Shark Men chronicles the work of scientists and fishers who catch and release great whites in an effort to figure out where the mysterious giants breed and give birth. The scientific team is led by Michael Domeier, president and executive director of the Marine Conservation Science Institute.

The two-ton Apache put up a fight—at one point breaking free from his barbless hook, said expedition leader Chris Fischer.

"The battle with Apache was like nothing we've ever dealt with," Fischer said.

Once on board, the researchers fitted the fish with a satellite-tracking tag, took a blood sample, and released him, watching him vigorously swim away.

(See related pictures: "'Shark Elevator' Lifts Great Whites From Sea.")

"He was all scarred up and had big marks all over him—you could tell he was just a bad-ass shark," Fischer said.

"It was so impressive and so humbling to be near him."

Size Doesn't Matter for Shark Research

In large ocean fish species, females are almost always bigger than males, because they need more girth to carry their young, Fischer noted. (See great white shark pictures.)

However, even a male of Apache's size is not unheard of among great whites, other experts say.

"That is one big shark, [but] I have no doubt that this isn't the largest white shark in the wild," John O'Sullivan, head of the Monterey Bay Aquarium's White Shark Program, said by email.

Shark expert Kenneth J. Goldman added, "I don't see anything overtly magnificent about it being so large. It's just another adult male they've tagged."

That's because size alone doesn't tell scientists much, said Goldman, a fishery research biologist at the Alaska Department of Fish & Game in Homer.

Instead, Apache's real value would be in helping to resolve the lingering mysteries of great white behavior.

Biggest Shark May Help Crack Mysteries

Expedition leader Fischer agrees—and he and his team are now watching to see where Apache goes.

For instance, recent research suggests that Pacific great whites gather in specific spots near the coasts—including the Guadalupe Island site—and then travel to a "cafe" in the middle of the ocean to feed. The animals often return to the same aggregation sites after feeding.

But this is still a tentative theory, so it "would be groundbreaking if, [say], Apache left Guadalupe and went to the middle of the ocean and [returned] to a different aggregation site," Fischer said.

(See "Great White Shark Filmed Breaching at Night—A First.")

Overall, tagging sharks to figure out where they migrate and congregate may help conservationists protect the species, Fischer added. Great whites are considered vulnerable by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.

Meanwhile, Apache lives on, he said, as a "giant male shark out there doing his great white thing."
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Largest Great White Shark Don't Outweigh Whales, but They Hold Their Own

By Jennifer Viegas

Great white sharks may not be the world’s biggest sharks, since that title goes to the whale shark, but they are the planet’s largest known predatory fish. Whale sharks and great whites couldn’t be more different in temperament. While not vegetarians, whale sharks consume a lot of plant material and spend their days peacefully filter feeding. Great whites, on the other hand, stealthily hunt for survival by ambushing their prey before taking a bite and waiting for the hapless victim to bleed to death. Their hunting prowess goes unquestioned, but the great white’s actual size has vexed ichthyologists for centuries.

A Big Fish Tale

Fishermen notoriously exaggerate the size of their catches, and so it holds that fishy stories have accompanied noteworthy, infamous shark landings over the years. A widely distributed photo taken in 1945, for example, shows a great white shark caught in Cuban waters. Known as the “Cojimar Specimen,” the shark at the time was said to measure 21 feet long and weigh 7,100 pounds. An entire village seemed to come out for the photo, since several adults are seen in the background, while kids sit on the long-dead shark, legs dangling over the side.

Later analysis of the photo by experts, such as R. Aidan Martin of the ReefQuest Center for Shark Research, suggests the shark fell short of its stated size. Martin instead concluded it measured around 16 feet in length, with a weight that’s hard to determine just based on a single photo. Newspapers and home photo albums are full of similar, unconfirmed great white tales.

The World’s Largest Great Whites

Turning the page away from fishing lore to the scientific literature still reveals discrepancy and confusion about great white size. Over the past two decades, most researchers accepted that the largest great white was a 23-foot individual caught in 1987 off the coast of Malta by Alfredo Cutajar. More recent studies on information concerning the specimen suggest its length had been exaggerated. One possible problem is that sharks, like all fish, are composed mostly of water. As a result, they can dry out and shrink over time. This happened in 2008 to a colossal squid housed at the Te Papa museum in New Zealand. There is no question the squid shrunk after months of storage upon capture, but now the measurements only reflect its size upon validated scientific examination.

According to the Canadian Shark Research Center, the world’s largest accurately measured great white was 20 feet in length. This was a female caught in 1988 at Canada’s Prince Edward Island. Local fisherman David McKendrick landed the toothy catch. In terms of largest measured live sharks in captivity, these tend to reach 10 feet or less, because these fish are often juveniles. The Monterey Bay Aquarium in California, for example, has housed several such great whites over the years. Usually the sharks go on exhibit for several weeks before being released back into the ocean.

Experts mainly agree that 20 feet is the more common maximum size for a great white, with these larger individuals weighing around 4,200 pounds. Females tend to be larger than males, so they can fall into the 20-footer group. The majority of great whites, however, measure between 13 and 16 feet with an average weight of 1,500 to 2,450 pounds.

Size Isn’t Everything

As for the human world, size can matter among competitors. Few ocean dwellers dare to tangle with great whites. Enormous orcas have been known to fight with them, but rarely. Gangs of dolphins have also taken on individual sharks by head-ramming them in coordinated attacks, which have resulted in past great white deaths. The shark’s size, keen sensory perception, and ability to move swiftly and decisively all help to make great whites top-of-the-food chain apex predators, but one feature, in particular, cements their status: teeth.

Great white sharks possess row upon row of saw-like, razor-sharp teeth. Recent studies have determined that sheer biting force is not as important in disabling prey as the devastation inflicted by the shark’s initial chomp, followed by rapid side-to-side head shakes. So even though great whites might not live up to their size reputation in fish lore, or even surpass whale and basking sharks in size, their bite proves mightier than their length and bulk.
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Solitary Leviathans

Great white sharks are still a mystery, as scientists are still trying to unravel the lifestyle of these denizens of the deep. They are solitary creatures roaming the ocean in constant search of food. Scientists are still unsure how to tell the age of a great white shark or how long they live, how often and where they breed, and how quickly they grow.

It is widely held among shark experts that the great whites take a long time to reach the fearsome proportions of record and that over fishing of these incredible creatures has led to a rapid decline in their numbers. No one knows how long it would take for the world's great white shark numbers to rebound if we were to completely halt fishing of this species. We are now beginning to realize the important role they play in their ecosystem, eliminating the weak and the sick from their environment and keeping seal and sea lion numbers in check. Lack of great white sharks to control the sea lion population may be one of the contributing factors to the declining salmon populations along the coast of California and Oregon.

What scientists have been able to study in great whites is their predatory and feeding behavior. In the Farallon Islands, off the coast of California, scientists are videotaping and documenting attacks on pinnipeds (seals and sea lions - the sharks' favorite prey) to understand how these awesome killing machines operate. By studying shark attack behavior, scientists hope to understand and predict how and when a great white will attack. People who "use" the ocean can use this information to protect themselves from being attacked by a great white shark.

Expert Killing Machines

Great white sharks have a number of adaptations (behaviors and anatomical features) that make them such efficient killers:

For sensing - specialized sensory organs called ampullae of Lorenzini located in the shark's snout, which can detect electrical currents of as little as .005 millivolts that are generated by every living creature in the water

Extremely acute and sensitive sense of smell - allowing the great white to detect the most miniscule amounts of blood in the water up to 5km away - blood means injured victim = less effort required for the meal (Efficiency!)

For stalking - the coloring of the great white makes for excellent camouflage in the ocean - dark above, and light below makes it difficult to be detected while swimming on the bottom (great whites strike from below)

For striking - a large, powerful body and specially designed tail that provides for enormous bursts of energy for striking with such tremendous strength that the first bite is frequently a death blow

Several rows of razor sharp teeth that are continually replaced to ensure an entire jaw of efficient, lacerating implements

Scientists who study the Great White Shark have found that when attacking their prey, the strategy of the great white is usually to strike from below in one powerful blow (some human shark attack victims have likened the experience to being hit by a car), inflicting a lethal bite to head or trunk of its victim. The shark then swims away a short distance to let its victim bleed to death so that it will not have to struggle with its meal. This brief respite after the initial chomping is what allows many human victims (but not all) to escape being eaten alive by the great white predator.

Other Great Sharks

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The largest great white on record measured 21 feet long. Some claim a 23 footer was caught in the Mediterranean, but that report has not been authenticated. Since great whites are such elusive and mysterious creatures, it's entirely possible there may be even bigger ones out there we have yet to meet.

Paleontologists have found the fossilized jaws of an ancient ocean predator that is an ancestor of the great white, called Charcharodon megalodon (picture of jaws at left). The size of the jaws indicate the size of the creature may have been as large as 50 feet long! Some scientists argue that it's possible these monsters still exist in the ocean deeps, that we just haven't found them yet.

There are other large species of living sharks that have reputations for ferocity that rival the great white. The bull shark, white tip reef sharks, blue sharks, tiger sharks, seven gill sharks, and some monsters of the deep that can get up to 20 feet long - sleeper sharks and primitive six gill sharks. These species of sharks may rival the ferocity of the great white, but none of them have been found to grow as large. Carcharodon carcharias holds the world record for largest carnivorous fish, but there are even bigger ocean predators than the Great White roaming the ocean.
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great topic B

always had a thing for sharks...

what goes behind those cold black eyes..
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Rare Megamouth Shark With Unusual Bioluminescent Mouth Caught Near Japan

First, it was the rare goblin shark caught last week by a fisherman in the Gulf of Mexico — only the second on record — now it’s a megamouth shark, also rare, that’s gaining attention.

It is unclear when exactly the 13-foot, nearly 1,500-pound megamouth was caught, but it was recently dissected and put on display at the Marine Science Museum in Shizuoka, Japan.

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Image source: Nippon TV

The shark, caught off the city’s coast at almost 1,000 feet deep, is only the 58th one on record, according to Nippon TV.

Watch NTV’s footage of the shark:



According to the Western Australian Museum, megamouth sharks were first discovered in 1976. Despite how it might look, the shark’s giant mouth isn’t for chomping on big fish. The shark actually eats plankton.

“Their mouth is bioluminescent,” University of Miami marine biologist David Shiffman told Business Insider.”Some scientists believe this is used to attract their food.”

Discovery detailed more about the rare megamouth in last year’s “Shark Week”:



While the megamouth is a more recent find, let’s jump back to the goblin shark for a moment. Though the 18-foot shark attracts the eye the most in photographs, below nestled in the pile of shrimp are quite a few giant isopods.

This discovery, according to the Houston Chronicle, has some speculating that the shark and the crustaceans were part of an ecosystem around a dead whale carcass.

“While I think [the] goblin shark is cool and all, look at all those freakin’ giant isopods!” marine biologist Andrew Thaler tweeted of the photo over the weekend.

While I think @WhySharksMatter‘s goblin shark is cool and all, look at all those freakin’ giant isopods! pic.twitter.com/D5gMUElHxk

— Andrew David Thaler (@SFriedScientist) May 4, 2014



According to NOAA, the shark was accidentally caught by shrimp boat captain Carl Moore off the Florida Keys, after snapping pictures he released the fish back into the Gulf.
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GoPro: Man Fights Off Great White Shark In Sydney Harbour



The clip went viral after being posted yesterday out of Sydney Harbour. This has got to be one of the scariest things I've ever seen. - See more at: http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thr ... 8HBP9.dpuf

I'm sure this guy lost about 10 years off his life in almost 2 minutes; I pretty much did just watching it. - See more at: http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thr ... 8HBP9.dpuf
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Mystery ‘super predator’ hunted in Australian waters after devouring 3-meter shark

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Scientists and a filmmaker have gone after an unknown sea monster which they believe has eaten a great white shark traced with a tag. Some say a bigger shark or whale could have been behind the killing, but the gathered data points to other possibilities.

The internet is full of speculation on the nature of the mysterious sea creature, following the release of a viral YouTube video by the Smithsonian Channel.

The clip, a trailer for a documentary film, tells the story of filmmaker Dave Riggs and his journey of investigating a rare sea-life incident which took place near the Western Australian coast.

Riggs, who has been contracted to document a satellite tagging project of Australian great white sharks, says he was “absolutely blown away” by data gathered from one of the tags, which washed ashore showing signs of spending days in a stomach.

“There was no algae growth and it [the tag] was white – it looked like it had been bleached in stomach acid,” Riggs told MailOnline.

The tag, which has been analyzed as a sort of “black box” of the studied three-meter-long shark, showed the creature abruptly moving some 580 meters (1902 feet) down the continental shelf before registering a dramatic change in temperature.

The sudden temperature jump from 46 degrees Fahrenheit (7.7 degrees Celsius) to 78 degrees Fahrenheit (25.5 degrees Celsius) convinced scientists that the tag – which was “perfectly” fitted under the skin of the great white shark – was eaten together with its host.

Questions arose regarding what could have devoured a predator that large. Such speculation prompted the launch of an investigative documentary dubbed 'Hunt for the Super Predator.'

Several theories emerged after Riggs spoke to experts and whalers who sailed near the scene at the time of the incident.

Some suggested that it was an even larger “cannibal” white shark that devoured the smaller one. Great white sharks have been known to reach six to eight meters (21-28 feet) in size and over three tons in weight, making the suggestion “plausible,” according to Riggs.
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However, the temperature data does not go entirely well with this theory, as great white sharks are able to maintain a body temperature of up to 10-14 degrees Celsius higher than the surrounding water – and the tag showed a striking difference with the cold 600-meter-deep water temperature.

While cases of killer whales or orcas attacking sharks are well documented, it is not typical of these mammal species to dive several hundreds of meters below the surface of the ocean, because they need fresh air to breathe. The deepest known dive for a killer whale is said to be about 260 meters (850 feet).

But such a dive would be possible for another huge sea mammal – the sperm whale. According to Riggs’ findings, some whalers saw a group of sperm whales passing along the Western Australian cost at the time in question. The filmmaker said he plans on interviewing the whalers for the documentary.

However, it is not clear how the tag’s data would then match the temperature inside the warm-blooded sperm whale’s belly.

Meanwhile, many YouTube and social media users have commented that they are unsatisfied with the current theories, instead suggesting that krakens, ancient creatures, and even Godzilla are behind the shark's demise.
http://rt.com/news/165096-super-predato ... australia/

....las het gister al op een andere site en het eerste wat ik dacht was...een big heavy Orka?
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Dankjewel Mec!!
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zo 15 jun 2014, 18:30

Klik link en ga meteen full screen. Probeer de titel niet te lezen.

Tandem pax alma triumphat ?
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Ik had m van e week gezien! Leuk filmpje, maar nep ;-)
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zo 15 jun 2014, 19:18

Filmpje staat ook al gepost in haaien topic.

Tobi kun jij dit even verplaatsen / samenvoegen??
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Alles even verplaatst dus! Dankjewel Tobi!!
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wo 30 jul 2014, 19:41

Haaien topic is samengevoegd met dit topic? dan kan dit filmpje ook wel hier

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