~ LORD OF THE SEAS ~
Cuttlefish are awesome but, as much as we’d like to have a little cuttlefish friend, it’s probably not a good idea to try to keep one as a pet. Thankfully we just discovered this shiny alternative that could happily live in our pockets.
Designed by Bathsheba Sculpture, this beautiful cuttlefish is made of solid steel and functions as a bottle opener. They’re also available in bronze and plastic (but without the bottle opener functionality). Click here to order.
So these exist. Hm.
ok but literally how
Conger eels (Conger conger) are a common sight for divers, much like their close relatives, moray eels. They are typically nocturnal, emerging from their hideaways in shipwrecks and rock crevices to hunt at night. Reaching lengths of up to 3 m, conger eels are smooth, snake-like fish with very powerful bodies. As adults, conger eels migrate in the summer to deeper waters of the Mediterranean and Atlantic to spawn and subsequently die. A single female can lay as many as eight million eggs, which will hatch into larvae that take between five and fifteen years to reach sexual maturity.
Inspiration for the scene I’m writing today.