Newly Discovered Neon Fish Species Is Named After Greek Goddess of Love | Smart News | Smithsonian

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Researchers were so entranced by the pink and yellow fish that they failed to spot a sixgill shark swimming just above their heads

Source: Newly Discovered Neon Fish Species Is Named After Greek Goddess of Love | Smart News | Smithsonian

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Japanese Pepsi Halloween Cola

Japanese Pepsi Halloween Cola

That pink is scary. The flavor is supposed to be secret and guessed. Some guess cherry or strawberry candy, but I think it’s more like raspberry and bubble gum. Not even cola.

I didn’t edit the photo even though the lighting was dark because the colors and contrasts came out more spooky as is.

Purchased from napaJapan.com.

A Macaw Breeding Center Supplied Prehistoric Americans With Prized Plumage | Science | Smithsonian

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This yet-undiscovered breeding center is likely one of the first instances of exotic animal husbandry in the region

Source: A Macaw Breeding Center Supplied Prehistoric Americans With Prized Plumage | Science | Smithsonian

Tip the Waiter

Tip the Waiter

I found Tip in the kitchen behind the refrigerator. I don’t know how he got there and I don’t remember having him before then. He’s the handle of a vintage bottle opener. He’ll open bottles that aren’t vintage, too. He appears to be holding a beer mug and growler for Oktoberfest. I think he’s had too many bottles. He looks tipsy.