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  Frozen Power

Something strange was caught in Brian Dickens' fishing net. The veteran captain and his crew had been trawling the Pacific Ocean off Canada's Vancouver Island for three hours that day in July 2001 when they haulted it up. As the net neared the surface, the water turned a bubbly green, indicating a big catch - and then the net shot out of the water and floated there, holding a streaming, seething mass. "It kept frothing like Alka Seltzer," says Dickens, smiling at the recollection. "Fish don't do that." Read more...

Source: Discovery Channel Magazine, November 2009

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