Got commissioned to draw the final battle in Super Mario World a while back. I like Mechakoopas!
The crystal jelly, Aequorea victoria, swims near the surface of the Pacific Ocean. When this jelly is touched, green light flashes from its rim. Scientists have learned to make use of the unusual molecule that produces its light, as well as a fluorescent molecule that turns the light green.
See the glowing models in Creatures of Light.
The Tange & Nakimushi Peanuts company have released a line of Neko-Sushi, literally “Sushi Cat” in Japanese. And if postcards aren’t enough, there’s even a Neko-Sushi mobile app.
A disabled killer whale that is missing two fins is able to survive in the wild with the help of its family, who hunt for its food.
The young killer whale has no dorsal fin or right-side pectoral fin, leaving it unable to hunt for itself.
But rather than be left to fend for itself or die, the whale appears to be cared for by members of its pod, which share their food with the youngster.