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NIL OMNI

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There appears to be a new roof lighting feature between the black tiled sharks angled for viewing from the tower and highlighting the Ripley logo. Heavy mist tonight so sorry for the quality...







 

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After a lengthy search, I found an elusive and rare to find green and blue Lawn-worm shark. A native life-form of the planet Arrakis.
Lucky for me I knew about its propensity to seek out and feast on its favorite prey, the Eastern francophone Canadian black squirrel.

I'm sending these prized pics to the National Geographic Magazine for their consideration.


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Poor Jean Guy, the fence wasn't high enough.


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After a lengthy search, I found an elusive and rare to find green and blue Lawn-worm shark. A native life-form of the planet Arrakis.
Lucky for me I knew about its propensity to seek out and feast on its favorite prey, the Eastern francophone Canadian black squirrel.

I'm sending these prized pics to the National Geographic Magazine for their consideration.


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Poor Jean Guy, the fence wasn't high enough.


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That shark should be given the Best Topiary in Toronto award.
 

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After a lengthy search, I found an elusive and rare to find green and blue Lawn-worm shark. A native life-form of the planet Arrakis.
Lucky for me I knew about its propensity to seek out and feast on its favorite prey, the Eastern francophone Canadian black squirrel.

I'm sending these prized pics to the National Geographic Magazine for their consideration.

Poor Jean Guy, the fence wasn't high enough

The spice must flow...until you find out what the spice is made out of.

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