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wow i didn't know this is where we get cuttlebones from!

dmmj

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Where, exactly did you think they came from?
 

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When i've found them the birds have already eaten the fish part. They are literally the same as you buy in the pet shop.
At certain times of the year in bournemouth(seaside resort in UK) the beach is covered with them.
 

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When i've found them the birds have already eaten the fish part. They are literally the same as you buy in the pet shop.
At certain times of the year in bournemouth(seaside resort in UK) the beach is covered with them.
Im a lot further up, my closest beach will be either Cresswell or Newbiggin by the sea. I wonder if it's too cold for them up here? I know it is almost too cold for the human life form lol
 

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I really like cephalopods, so it is hard for me to eat them or use the cuttlefish "bones". But I guess if they wash up on a beach, no harm.
I really like Cephalopods too, but I don't mind eating them from time to time or using the "bone". Calamari is good stuff.
 

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