This history will lead kids and adults to navigate the waves of imagination, on an exciting adventure, which begins on the seabed and culminates with a fight for life between brave goldfish, captured by a fishing net, and his enemy – the terrible Mr. Cat.
The abstract painting Sardines by Mike Goldberg was done with paint and oil, and was done on a fabric canvas. This painting can be approached in many different ways. At first glance, I see a mess of colors. I see red, yellow, blue, green, orange, white, brown, grey, and many other shades of colors. These colors create sharp, smudged, straight, and blotchy shapes. Most of the color is centered in the middle, bottom and right of the painting. The overpowering color, however, is red. This red causes the painting to feel dangerous in a way. When looking more closely, I see the words EXIT (top right) and SARDINES (center bottom), and begin to think, why, in an abstract paint like this one are there complete words that are easily visible? Towards
It’s a beautiful day at the beach, the sun is shining down on you as you float and drift on top of the waves. As you lay there without a care in the world, you are suddenly interrupted by a massive swarm of jellyfish; also known as a bloom. Not only does this send you into sudden terror, it also causes a much bigger threat to the ecosystem below you. The excessive growth of jellyfish swarm drastically lowers the population of fish eggs in the ecosystem. Because of this, fishermen lose millions of dollars. People in local communities are figuring out ways to solve this mass production.
I can vividly remember playing a game of ‘Go-Fish!’ with my Father. I began to grumble because my hand contained no matches and all around bad cards. My father consoled me by saying, “It's not about the cards you're dealt, but about how you play the hand.” As a 5 year old, I would have much rather preferred my father slipping me a wildcard than hearing some foreign metaphor; however, this is the exact philosophy that will determine my life successful when I reflect in 30 years.
We all love dining out for good food and laughter with our family, friends or significant other. Whether it’s a birthday, an anniversary or a casual night on the town, eating at the right restaurant, that offer good food, great price and a fine dining experience is dependent on the restaurant you choose. That’s what made Red lobster my favorite. it is not just a night of eating out, it is an experience. Not only do they have some of the most succulent crab legs there is, or because they have the best appetizer which is their signature Cheddar Bay biscuits, but because of the ambience that you are greeted with when you approached to dine in a Red Lobster restaurant.
Over 25 years ago, a new species was discovered that completely shocked the world, a crayfish-like no other, named the marbled crayfish.As their name suggests, they include an alluring brown colored marbled pattern, which is identical from individual to individual. To this day, the marbled crayfish is more diverse than any other crayfish because it is able to clone itself without any involvement of a male, in a matter of hours. This crayfish is new mutant species which has generated immense concern as a potential invasive species. What really shocks the scientists is the fact that they can reproduce at extraordinary rates from 250 to 300 clones in a few months and are already spreading rapidly throughout the globe. This creature was never
At New Melones Reservoir, despite the continuing snow melt, the water level dropped another foot last week. The water clarity is good and the temperature is slowly coming up, now averaging 76 to 81-degrees. Trout are showing signs of schooling over deep water and feeding on shad minnows. Trollers have been finding trout at 40 to 60 feet with Speedy Shiners, Needlefish, and ExCel lures. Night fishermen have been doing well by anchoring over fairly deep water and lowering their light to about 20 feet. This attracts plankton, which in turn, attracts shad, which will attract larger fish. Live minnows and nightcrawlers are choice baits. The kokanee numbers may be down, but the quality is good with some going 15 to 18 inches. Bladed lures may work well in deeper water as they create vibration which will attract fish. Scented corn on each hook is important. Big trout winner at Glory Hole Sports was, again, Bob James, of Murphys, with a 2-pound rainbow caught at 55 feet in the main lake. Big catfish winner was John Tennant, of Twain Harte, with an 11-pound, 15-ounce fish caught with sardine bait in the main lake. Bass fishing is good for those who specialize in that type of fishing. Hayden Lee, of Angels Camp, recently caught a 10 pound Largemouth Bass on a topwater lure and he had no net in the boat. He and a friend were able to boat the fish for photos before release.
The red lobster is an amazing chain restaurant specialized in seafood. You do not have to be in the restaurant to begin salivating of the creative ways in which they make their recipes which are often posted on their site, www.redlobster.com. Their site is well structured in a way that you will not have to click on all the columns to see a perfect meal to order for with each columns showing what it specifically handles. Although, most of the items of the menu are not quite common yet through the well taken pictures of each items on the menu, you cannot help but salivate.
If long lines deter you, and fresh quality seafood doesn’t seem to peek your interest, then this place isn’t for you. But if you can muster up the strength to manage that, then Red Lobster is definitely the place to be. By the time the doors open, customers are ready to enjoy great seafood and even better customer since 1968. I made my way up to my local Red Lobster recently to blissfully indulge myself with their endless shrimp dinner for only $16.99. For top of the line quality with a decently low price, this place really seems to harbor in seafood-lovers
It was interesting to read that the hypothesis provided by the scientists turned out to be opposite of what happened to Valley Creek. The macroinvertebrates were already living in a low quality creek full of pollution, so I would have also expected their population to decrease after introducing a predator to their environment. The crayfish reminded me of the keystone species sea stars, that I learned about through a lecture on communities and ecosystems. The study conducted on crayfish was similar to a study conducted on sea stars, except they were removed from coastlines instead of being added to see the effect they had. The sea stars were believed to have a negative effect on the coastlines since they preyed on mussels, but it turned out
The most terrifying creature is a clown mixed with a lobster. Clowns are scary enough but a clown with six arms like a lobster is really scary. If a clown had six arms with claws it would chase you in a haunted house with six air horns, and that’s scary. This clown would be like the clown from “IT”. What if you walk into a carnival and saw a six armed lobster clown I would run away.
The killer shrimp is a combination of shrimp and a pray mantis. They are dangerous and have incredible abilities, having an incredible strength compared to their size. They got powerful appendages that can be used for hunting or for self protection. The mantis shrimp is a territorial animal, and the individuals of that specie usually fight for shelters. Their appendages work like hammers, what provides a strong impact force.
The King Salmon or Chinook Salmon is the state fish of Alaska and is the biggest salmon in the world.Since it is the largest salmon in the world people call it the “king” salmon. King Salmon have a blueish-green back with silvery sides and a white belly and black spots on the back and tail.The King Salmon or the Chinook Salmon can grow up to 2-5 feet long and 40 pounds. The King Salmon has a short lifespan which is usually 3-7 years. King Salmon are anadromous, which means they spawn one in their life and die.
Brine shrimp is of great educational, natural and commercial importance. Brine shrimp are invaluable to scientific research this is due to their short lifespan, high tolerance in hostile environments and them having the ability to stay dormant for long periods. (New world encyclopedia). They have an undeveloped nervous system, thus eliminating animal ethnical concern