Posted October 13, 2018 by Creature Features

This disturbingly realistic fish head case carries your coins, keys, earbuds and/or other small personal possessions while sporting a distinct design no one would EVER want to steal.

Posted October 8, 2018 by Laurie Kay Olson

This is a blue ringed octopus. It is a small octopus that lives in shallow waters and tide pools along the coastal areas of the Indian Ocean and the Asian side of the Pacific Ocean.

Posted September 3, 2018 by Creature Features

A seafood shop in Kuwait took fresh fish fakery to an eye-popping level by gluing plastic googly eyes onto its catch of the (previous) day.

Posted August 30, 2018 by Laurie Kay Olson

With Labor Day comes the unofficial end of another summer. Therefore one good long look back at the sultry season on the beach is in order with these awesome animal sand sculptures. You could call them sons of beaches.

Posted July 24, 2018 by Laurie Kay Olson

It is estimated that 3 billion people in the world wear flip flops. Since they don't last forever they end up in landfills, and worse, in the oceans. The Indian Ocean alone washes many millions of discarded flip flops onto the beaches around Kenya. Artists there have been taking the old footwear and re-purposing them into usable objects -- most fantastically into beautiful animal sculptures.

Posted June 20, 2018 by Creature Features

A tiny female seahorse named 'Frito' will once again ride the waves after rescuers removed fishing line from her neck and relocated the rehabbed fish back to her marine stomping grounds.

Posted June 16, 2018 by Ron Callari

What about animal Dads who have the added onus of bearing their young. That’s right. Some species are known for both ‘carrying’ their progeny as well ‘caring’ for them. Seahorses are one.

Posted June 14, 2018 by Laurie Kay Olson

Many people fervently believe in angels. Others are unconvinced and scoff at the idea. But if you look closely in the ocean from the equator to both poles you just might see tiny angels using their wings to propel themselves through the water. They are mesmerizing and seemingly quite gentle and peaceful. These graceful, transparent and red creatures are called sea angels -- and looks can be deceiving.