Gently falling flakes of disgustingness.
They sure don't act like it.
If you had asked me this as a teenager, I would have said, “It was good,” and the conversation would have ended. In this post, though, I actually give you details.
In this post, you can find out about the day I volunteered with two wildlife biologists to do research in a salt marsh, what it has to do with blue crabs, and how the scientists are using the data they have collected to save diamondback terrapins.
Giant squid used to always be described as "elusive." Now there is so much footage of them out there, it's like they're cultivating their own online social media personas.
For the most part, getting hypothermia is not good, unless, of course, you want to make your body a suitable habitat for bioluminescent bacteria.
Yes, though despite this teaser photo, one of them was not me, and neither was the other.
Angels making Civil War soldiers glow? Unicorns on the Moon? It's science in the Nineteenth Century!