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Also special thanks to Aquarium Co-Op for letting me use their footage of their Mbu Pufferfish cracking snails and clams! youtu.be/R8t1lJgGNA4
Sea Shanty 2 piano cover by Swampy Songs: youtu.be/eBv7laCsa84
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MS - 12JT - Glenforest SS (2172)
pearl is the strongest because she is a whale
Sponges are essentially an idle game
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Is squidward really an octopus?
You forgot Pearl and Karen
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Squidward is a squid my guy
I hate to be "that guy", but starfish don't really have suction cups at 6:04. They secrete a kind of glue that helps them stick onto surfaces.
In archery we have something like the way of the superior man. When the archer misses the center of the target, he turns round and seeks for the cause of his failure in himself.
he is stupid squidward is a squid it has it in the name
What about those superheroes and the villain in the wallet meme? Sorry I don't know their names in English
Isn't Squidward a... squid?
Jesus shamelessly wore a Chuck Norris beard.
i thought this was going to be about the characters..... why are you getting all science-y
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