Tuesday, August 10, 2010

It's a Bird, It's a Plane...

Scientific American:
Marine biologist Silvia Maciá was boating on the north coast of Jamaica in the summer of 2001 when she noticed something soar out of the sea. At first she thought it was a member of the flying fish family—a group of marine fish that escape predators by breaking the water's surface at great speed and gliding through the air on unusually large pectoral fins. But after tracing the creature's graceful arc for a few seconds, Maciá realized this was no fish. It was a squid—and it was flying.
Cool.

And, words one rarely comes across: "On a LISTSERV dedicated to mollusks..."

1 comment:

忠姜姜姜蓮 said...

拒絕冒險和成長的人,終將被生命的潮流陶汰。..................................................