FIRST LOOK AT UNEXPLORED NEW HEBRIDES TRENCH
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen have had the first look at the life that thrives in one of the deepest spots in the ocean.
The expedition to the New Hebrides trench, in the Pacific, revealed cusk eels and large bright red prawns swimming together on the seabed, 7,200m (4.5 miles) below the surface. the ecology was unlike anything the marine biologists had ever seen. Was loaded with bait to lure the deep-sea creatures into view.
The 30-day expedition was conducted by the University of Aberdeen’s Oceanlab and the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research in New Zealand
- Footage courtesy of Oceanlab, University of Aberdeen/BBC
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(also they look so nervous and skittish)
that fish tho. he jsut D8 w here u going
come back friend I only wanted to break you open with my faceparts
Joseph Begley lights up rooms in a cheeky way with ‘Slap It’
A quick pinch or squeeze of the ‘slap it’ lamp by London-based designer Joseph Begley brightens up rooms with its warm glow. made from realistic feeling silicone, the cheeky light responds to pressure sensors when it is touched, directly turning it on or off.
Ok can I have
i want a few of every color in a room and have a bunch of people over for a buttslapping rave where we have to make the room flash by slappinbutts