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    Can anyone suggest where is a good spot to find Razor fish? There are some shells on Dunnet beach but if there are in the sand, the 2 tablespoons of salt method isn't working!

    I'm wanting to get some to eat, but mainly to have a bit of fun with the kids - educational and all.

    thanks

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    Coincidence, I just came off Facebook and a friend of mine posted a picture of himself and a mate that had both been stung by Razor Fish on Shell Island. I have never heard of Razor fish before and they get mentioned twice in five minutes.
    Sorry I'm no help to you exothermic, but I'm sure someone better informed will give you the answer to your question.
    A man who fears suffering is already suffering from what he fears.

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    Razor "fish" are a long thin shellfish. I have never heard of them being able to sting. Might your friends have walked on weaver fish? If so it can be very painful!
    Last edited by Geo; 02-Aug-14 at 00:39.

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    Dunno, just reiterating what they posted.
    A man who fears suffering is already suffering from what he fears.

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    We've had two waxwings visiting our garden most days this week. They've been down feeding on some old apples.
    Evelyn

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    We've had two waxwings visiting our garden most days this week. They've been down feeding on some old apples.


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