giant squid Turkey/Izmir-Karaburun-Yeniliman

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  1. cemliman

    cemliman Larval Mass Registered

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  2. cthulhu77

    cthulhu77 Titanites Supporter

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    hmmm.
     
  3. Emperor

    Emperor GPO Registered

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    Merhaba. Ingilizce biliyor musunuz?

    I'm afraid beyond that I am a bit stumped (although I can ask for the bill or the location of the toilet but I'm not sure circumstances call for it).

    [edit: Other than that it was possibly caught in the Aegean the Karaburun Penninsula forms part of the bay that Izmir is located on:

    http://www.aktifazimut.com/english/041.htm

    http://www.adiyamanli.org/MapofTurkey/c1.htm

    which might shed some light on things]

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  4. Steve O'Shea

    Steve O'Shea Colossal Squid Supporter

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    ? Not sure what this is all about, other than a pic ommastrephid squid. Anyone done a translation.
     
  5. cemliman

    cemliman Larval Mass Registered

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    Hayýr, No
    I don't know,
    cemliman@hotmail.com
     
  6. Emperor

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    Taman. Tesekkuler.

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    And that just about exhaust my Turkish (For those following along at home: Hayr/Hayýr just means 'no' as in the opposite of 'yes', if you hadn't guessed; Yok is the other word for 'no' as in 'none' e.g. "yes we have no bananas". I just replied OK and thanks).

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