Steve Erwin gets revenge from beyond the grave?

#1
Steve's revenge? Probably not as he was such an animal lover but ya never know.

From the Snaily Wail:

Dozens of Mobula Ray fish were mysteriously washed up on the beach in Gaza City yesterday and carted off to market by Palestinian fishermen.
It was the first time the fish had been seen on the beach for six years, according to a local video report purporting to show fisherman examining the Rays.
The fish are of a similar appearance to the more well-known Manta Rays, which are in the same family, and can reach a width of up to 17ft.




Dozens of mobula rays washed up on Gaza beach are collected by fishermen and carted off to market | Mail Online
 
#2
Steve's revenge? Probably not as he was such an animal lover but ya never know.

From the Snaily Wail:

Dozens of Mobula Ray fish were mysteriously washed up on the beach in Gaza City yesterday and carted off to market by Palestinian fishermen.
It was the first time the fish had been seen on the beach for six years, according to a local video report purporting to show fisherman examining the Rays.
The fish are of a similar appearance to the more well-known Manta Rays, which are in the same family, and can reach a width of up to 17ft.




Dozens of mobula rays washed up on Gaza beach are collected by fishermen and carted off to market | Mail Online
Snaily Wail? You've just marked yourself as a Massive Cunt.

Why don't you fuck off?

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#3
Steve's revenge? Probably not as he was such an animal lover but ya never know.

From the Snaily Wail:

Dozens of Mobula Ray fish were mysteriously washed up on the beach in Gaza City yesterday and carted off to market by Palestinian fishermen.
It was the first time the fish had been seen on the beach for six years, according to a local video report purporting to show fisherman examining the Rays.
The fish are of a similar appearance to the more well-known Manta Rays, which are in the same family, and can reach a width of up to 17ft.




Dozens of mobula rays washed up on Gaza beach are collected by fishermen and carted off to market | Mail Online
I assume you are talking about Steve Irwin?
 
#8
So loads of dead fish wash up on the beach, clearly they've been exposed to something lethal that killed them en masse. Palestinian response? 'Hey, let's sell them to other Palestinians for food'.
 
#10
No, that was a typo. I meant Jack Duckworth you pedant!
Sir, Sir! He called me a pedant!

I didn't realise dear old Jack was taken out by a sting-ray. Was that when him and Vera had a long weekend in Blackpool? I must have missed that episode. :)
 
#14
Keep your shirt on Jumpin' Jack! I was a big fan of his shows too like Goatman. Steve had so much energy, he made even the most prolific coke user seem as though they were moving in ultra slow motion.
The Rays in the news story are harmless though unlike the the sting ray. My mother copped a ray-barb in the foot wading in the surf around thirty years ago and it's not something I would wish upon anyone! Her foot blew up to the size of a basketball and was in serious pain for a few days. Even our cuddlier wildlife over this side of the planet, koalas and kangaroos, can still rip you to bits if you piss them off enough.
R.I.P Stevo. Miss you mate!
 
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#16
Sorry to say this, but Steve Irwin was a big time animal-botherer.

Whilst his death was untimely, I can't help but see an element of poetic justice.
 
#17
Sorry to say this, but Steve Irwin was a big time animal-botherer.

Whilst his death was untimely, I can't help but see an element of poetic justice.
See my post above #7.

What he failed to appreciate when expanding his antics to below the waves is that sea creatures lash out when intimidated.
 
#20
He was well aware of all danger, make no mistake about that.
Unless they ever release the footage of what actually happened to cause the sting ray to defend itself we shall never know. Apparently there is footage but never released due to it's upsetting nature. I've dived with hundreds of the things, including huge Atlantic rays and never seen one become aggressive.
 

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