!vuOBu6g15U 04/26/10(Mon)19:21 No.9449006|
Any shit one could find in the "Middle Atlantic" is fair game. You used to see pods of whales on occasion, but there have been fewer and fewer coming each season to your horrifying and mutant section of the sea-floor (eight foot long mantis shrimp are your small-fry troops. shit's fucked). To the far south, sperm whales and all manner of squid are locked in eternal conflict, to the north, various kinds of sharks thrive, to the east, unknown, and to the west ancient protocrabs live.
Your subjects cover a broad range of species, such as fiddler, mud, and dungeness crabs. Blue lobsters and their ilk, mantis and pistol shrimp, and you swear you saw some horseshoe crabs somewhere once upon a time. Anything one would find in a reef can be found in the reef to the north.
Really, I have a loose grasp of marine biology. If it swims, its here.