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The Young Jacques Cousteau at the Beach with his Mother.
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Oceanographers Go Home
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'No offense taken. In all honesty, we still don't understand YOUR songs, either!'
Shark screaming at the sight of a diver.
'What? It's not like I have to worry about getting lung cancer.'
'Hmphh. Happy as clams, indeed. They're just all on Prozac.'
'Hey, slow down. Can't you see this is a school zone?'
'Oceanographers go home'
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"So I said to Cousteau, 'Look, pal, you're not the only frog in the sea.' But, seriously, Jerry . . ."
A ship sails on water flowing off a flat Earth.
"You should have seen how excited I made a couple of oceanographers today."
Oct. 1982: Researchers attempt an ill-fated procedure in great white shark oral hygiene.
Fish and freedom
'Come back, you fool! -- The Earth is three-fourths ocean!'
A fish swimming with an umbrella.
After Hours at Sea Lion Caves, Oregon.
A Crab Tubing in a Tidepool
'Don't you love doing our dishes the organic way, leaving them in the sink and letting live sponges eat the food off of them?'
A crab finds an alternative to walking sideways.
'I hope that's a sea sickness pill.'
'He sidled in, said there's not enough oxygen at his place and that he's staying here until they figure out what's causing the Dead Zone.'
A crab concerned about getting sunburnt.
Have A Whale Of A Christmas
'Just once I'd like to get a tan in peace.'