What did those plutocrats think was going to happen?
Italian acrobat and artist Selyna Bogino juggles five basketballs. With her feet, too. Upside down.
Guitar lessons? Baby-sitting?
Whatever it is, I just admire her youthful industry.
This squid is a fascinating one, not only because it’s a squid. It’s two tentacles and eight arms are unique because the animal doesn’t seem to have a way to lure or grab prey — no suckers, no hooks, no sticky pads, and no photophores, light-emitting cells that help creatures like the anglerfish hunt for food.
Scientists think that the creature is luring food by waving its tentacle clubs like small prey, perhaps encouraging other animals to flash their own deep sea lights, or by creating attractive, low frequency vibrations, or by making a path of turbulence in the water that causes prey to follow in hopes of food or a mate.