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God knows the outcome of our tomorrow; be smarts to take advantage of his foreknowledge, by allowing Him lead u by His Spirit#CEBENINZONE3

The Christian is a supernatural being in a natural body-Pst Freedom. Thank u 4 these words #exceptionalCMD#blwzonec#blwcampusministryrocks

Minister of Basic Education Hon Angie Motshega receives a Rhapsody from St Omphile at the Midrand Taxi Rank Voting Station #spreading

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Amazing Boss... Wonderful Pastor Sir... TMM in Style Pastor... #Blissful2years

LONGEST FISH IN THE WORLD? As recent as 2013, a "rarely seen at the surface" deep-sea fish was the second to hit California's coast in less than a week. The two rare oarfishes that washed up on California beaches in less than a week, prompted much excitement with the public and marine scientists. Here's why. Oarfish only live in deep water and are rarely seen at the surface. The Giant oarfish are the longest known living species of bony fish, reaching a length of 56 feet (17 meters) and they can weigh up to 600 pounds (270 kilograms). The giant oarfish (Regalecus glesne) was first described in 1772, but it has been rarely seen because it lives at considerable depths. It is not well known, but giant oarfish are thought to frequent depths around 3,300 feet (1,000 meters) The silvery fish are sometimes called the âking of herringsâ because of their superficial resemblance to the smaller fish, but they are named oarfish because of their long pectoral fins, which resemble oars. In Palau, where they were featured on a stamp in 2000", they are called rooster fish, thanks to their slender, reddish fin. Some people also call them ribbonfish because of their body form. Oarfish have occasionally been seen at the water surface, but scientists think the ones that washed up in California were pushed there by storms or strong currents. Oarfishes hardly end up at the surface except in rare occasions when in distress or dying. Unlike many bony fish, oarfish lack scales. Instead, they have tubercules and a silvery coat of a material called guanine. Although they are adapted to survive under high pressure, at the surface their skin is soft and easily damaged. Trust humans, People have actually tried eating them, but their flesh is flabby and gooey" according to a NOAA website. Lol. Kindly like and share KOBIS, we have the very tasty KOBIS fish fillet you can eat. Properly seasoned with sprinkles of salt, pepper and spices, dipped in a mix of eggs, mustard and potato flakes and fried in low cholesterol healthy fresh cooking oil that gives that crispy brown steaming fish "deliciousness" you can enjoy all the time. Hmmn! Yummy! Call us, we deliver 08127138071(Apapa store) 08127138046 (Oregun Road store), 08026595498 (Isaac John store) Or visit our Fresh Restaurants, 19, Kudirat Abiola, Oregun, Ikeja  23 Isaac John Street GRA Ikeja, Apapa Mall, Park Lane Apapa Lagos. KOBIS - ALWAYS FRESH

I am blessed, Anen!... #cewarrizone #church4 #eketewaterside #dynastycell

ROR..3RD AUGUST 2016 #cebeninzone3

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