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  • motmot2x by motmot2x

    Awesome #medusa #morethanfour -- the cupcake of the sea (per @joykidd)

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    Very nice! 😃 #morethan4tentacles

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  • JoyKidd by JoyKidd moderator

    Again with a rude gesture.

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    What exactly is the rude gesture there? The crossed tentacles or..? (To me it seemed to be doing a curtsey! -sideways)

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  • motmot2x by motmot2x

    I think it's the tentacle jabbing upwards. I saw something similar on the highway today.

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    Wow! Where do you live, please? I'd LOVE to see medusae on the highway even if they were doing rude gestures like this on me!!!:]

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  • JoyKidd by JoyKidd moderator

    Yes, it's the upward tentacle. Clearly the medusa version of flipping the…um….sea-bird. Now I'm wondering if rude Czech gestures are ...

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  • JoyKidd by JoyKidd moderator

    …the same as rude U.S. gestures.

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    I can't tell! I'm just an unspoiled pure-minded girl who has never seen such a thing in her life, never ever! 😇 (or we just haven't got rude gestures here?)

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  • JoyKidd by JoyKidd moderator

    Certainly none there, and I'm sure the Czech language is completely absent of rude words, too.
    But…we are both teachers and wouldn't use any

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    😃 As you said, since some of my pupils use English when want to be rude!

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  • motmot2x by motmot2x

    The highway medusae in the US are VERY aggressive. And with the solmaris driving backwards, it's just chaos here!

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    Oh my! I've completely forgotten about them.. Well, they must be dreaded road hogs!! Anyway, can't wait to see them there :] (coming soon!)

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    Btw, is there a tiny #ephyra (side view) overlapping the middle tentacle bellow the body? (I didn't mark it)

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  • jo.irisson by jo.irisson translator, scientist

    Wow good catch. It's even hard to see if it actually is an ephyrae (but it sure looks like it)

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