Posted August 20, 2015 by Laurie Kay Olson

Can I comes out now?

Posted July 29, 2015 by Kitty Devine

Remember how your mom always told you to take a sweater when you were on your way out the door? This awesome Octopus Sweater is probably not quite what she had in mind -- and she would probably think that you were losing your mind.

Posted July 29, 2015 by John P. Barker

Take a look at that picture from Brazil.  It looks quite serene, perhaps an image of a few small boats in a fishing village.  But be careful getting into those boats; falling in the water would be a big mistake.

Posted July 26, 2015 by Ron Callari

He passed away in 1991, but his body of work lives on and is still as fresh and relevant today, as it was when we were growing
up. Now, you can add to that legacy yet a new tome - one that’s being
lauded as “pure Seussian magic (with) loopy drawings, crazy rhymes, kids
taking charge and even a little mystery at the end,” according to a NY Daily News review.

Posted July 22, 2015 by Kitty Devine

Carabiners have long been a favorite choice for key chains so that you can attach them to purse, backpack, or belt loop. For much of that time they have all looked the same. Now things are getting creative and you can switch up that plain carabiner with Sea Creature Carabiners.

Posted July 6, 2015 by John P. Barker

Welcome to Shark Week, my friends!  This video, while shot in North Carolina, could have been shot 5 minutes from my front door.  I live in Florida, and we're having quite a run of sharks along the coast this year.  When watching this video, the key thing to remember is this: the water is the shark's territory--no matter how shallow it is.

Posted July 5, 2015 by Ron Callari

What animal looks like Batman, weighs more than a ton, can grow to 30 feet in width and
is able to fly? While it could be mistaken for a prehistoric bird,
we’re talking about a manta ray (aka “flying mobula”). And they’re often
captured on film bursting out of the ocean ascending as high 9 feet in the air.

Posted June 24, 2015 by Laurie Kay Olson

It's not every day that you see an octopus walking across the ocean floor upright on its tentacles. It is even rarer to see one carrying two halves of a coconut shell with him as he goes. I mean, when you are out on the road and can't find a motel vacancy for miles one of those shells can come in really handy -- that is if you are an octopus.