Nope, not a kitty. Meet the fossa, and it is actually a type of mongoose.
We didn’t really didn’t need another reason to decrease our reliance on fossil fuels, but we have one anyway. According to a study published in Nature, human activities caused mercury levels in the ocean to triple from the beginning of the Industrial Revolution.
A paper published in the Journal of Food Science called The Quantification of Pizza Baking Properties of Different Cheeses, and Their Correlation with Cheese Functionality examined how properties of different cheeses contributed to the appearance of pizza.
The clear bubble is like a built-in scuba mask; the glowing green orbs are the barreleye’s eyes which point upward. The two spots above the mouth (that your brain is telling you are eyes) are nares, or the fishy olfactory nerves that are rather like nostrils.
A possible culprit in a recent nuclear waste disposal accident was the switch from inorganic to organic cat litter used to neutralize the waste. Someone apparently wanted to be “greener.”
The Ocean Sunfish is my spirit animal. It hangs out in tropical waters, basking in the sun and snacking on the nutritionally poor jellyfish, requiring them to eat a lot.
There is good news for you terrified ice-cream-sandwhich-eaters out there. The same binding ingredients that prevent the ice cream sandwich from becoming a dripping mess all over your fingers, are the same ingredients that prevent the ice cream from becoming a puddle in the sun.