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Friday, October 12, 2012

EL OJO E PESCAO EN LA FLORIDA

se econtro un ojo gigantesco en la costa de la florida, en pompano beach. el sun sentinel de fort lauderdale dice que un tipo lo vio flotando hoy en la orilla, lo recogio, se lo llevo en un plastico y lo metio en su refrigerador. busco en la internet y como le parecio demasiado grande y muy raro, llamo a las autoridades. ahora el ojo esta siendo investigado en los laboratorios de florida fish and wildlife conservation commision del research institute de st. petersburg. en u.s. today dicen que el ojo no ha podido indentificarse, que si bien los calamares gigantes tienen el ojo mas grande del mar, no se descarta que sea de un cachalote o un tronco tiburon. pero charles messing, profesor del nova southeastern university's oceanographic center, al ver las fotos cree que se trata de un pez espada o marlin, que son muy comunes en el area (agujas o emperadores, en cuba). y por coincidencia o lo que sea, hoy estoy cenando sopa de pescado, sin ojos pero con unas bolas adentro que se parecen. han de ser las güevas del emperador. aca en miami los cocineros se mean hasta en la sopa y la escupen, para darle sabor.©varela 
it was found a giant eye on the coast of florida, pompano beach. the sun sentinel of fort lauderdale said a guy saw it floating today on the shore, he took it in a plastic and put into his refrigerator. then he was looking on the internet and as he thought it was too large and very rare, called the authorities. now the eye is being investigated in the laboratories of the florida fish and wildlife conservation commission's research institute in st. petersburg. u.s. today says that the eye could not be indentified, that giant squid have the larger eye of the sea, but is not ruled out that if it's a whale or a big shark. but charles messing, professor at the nova southeastern university oceanographic center's, looking at the pictures believes that it's a swordfish or marlin eye, which are very common in the area (agujas or emperadores, in cuba). and for coincidence or whatever, today i am having dinner chowder, eyeless but with balls inside that they seem to. that must be the eggs of the emperor. here in miami chefs spit in the soup or even pee on it, to add flavor.©varela