Phyllopteryx taeniolatus

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Phyllopteryx taeniolatus — Weedy sea dragon, Aquarium of the Pacific, Long Beach, California

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Dragon? What dragon?

I don’t see a dragon. Who sees a dragon? I don’t see a dragon.

There are just some grasses and some ugly brown weeds that are probably dead and just drifting by on the tide.

Now there might be a dragon in the picture. It would be like the one that lives in the corner of my room, up near the ceiling. It’s purple, has wings, breathes fire and is quite invisible. But it’s really, really there. It told me that it was.

But wait! That’s it. This is a picture of an invisible dragon.

Anybody know if this dragon flies and burns shit up?

Crudely Wrott said:

Dragon? What dragon?

I don’t see a dragon. Who sees a dragon? I don’t see a dragon.

CHOMP.

(munch, munch, munch)

Burp!

Natural camouflage in action. CW, we hardly knew ye.

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