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page 1 Address to Dhahran Fishing Club Sun July 26, 1948 "Fishes of Ras Tanura & Bahrain on the Persian Gulf and notes on a collection from Jidda on the Red Sea" Preserved specimens on display 1 Eulamia black fin shark from Jidda market 2 Hippocampus sea horse Muharraq, Bahrain Is. 3 Arothron black puffer Red Sea 4 Arothron puffer Red Sea 5. 2 Hydrophis poisonous sea snakes Ras Tanura,fi r 6 Scopaena scorpion fish Ras Tanura 7 Dussumiera dwarf round herring Ras Tanura 8 Tylosurus bill fish Ras Tanura 9 Petrometopon sea bass Ras Tanura 10 sea turtle baby Ras Tanura 11 Sparus datnia broad porgy Ras Tanura 12 Echeneis naucrates shark sucker Ras Tanura 13 Caranx scad Ras Tanura 14 Sardinella sardine Ras Tanura 15 Gerres yg mojarra Ras Tanura 16 Crenidens crenidens brown tooth porgy Ras Tanua Tanura[[aligned under Ras Tanua on previous line]] ^[[17 Arius thalassinus sea catfish Ra Tanura buoy 7]] Dear Friends and fishermen: I have brought with me some denizens of the deep because seeing is believing and they may raise questions in your minds, The peculiar conditions of the Gulf are a subje ct ct for an evening in themselves. I will consider a few facts briefly. Cold winter winds from the north have been known to drop Temperatures of air as low as 30 degrees F. Old timers
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