If I were ever to write a Little Golden Book on par with The Poky Little Puppy it would about cute, little, and red, deep-sea…View More The Little Strawberry Squid with the Big Eye
Reader Jonathan W. wrote into DSN with this You guys are some of the most accessible in marine science, so I thought I pose this…View More The all seeing, all knowing, eye of upside down barnacles
The largest measured giant squid eye is 27 centimeters (10.63 inches), roughly the size of a large dinner plate. Whereas all giant squids don’t have…View More Why the giant squid eye?
No doubt you have seen the lonely big eye in the sea story by now. A giant eyeball washed ashore on a Florida beach and then…View More Solved! Where did the Big Eye In The Sea come from?
The barreleye (Macropinna microstoma) has extremely light-sensitive eyes that can rotate within a transparent, fluid-filled shield on its head. The fish’s tubular eyes are capped…View More Scientists Solve The Mystery Of Why This Fish Is So Freakin’ Crazy
Bathynomus giganteus (Arthropoda: Crustacea: Isopoda: Cirolanidae) You know those cute little roly-poly bugs you found under rocks as a kid? You poke at them and…View More From The Desk of Zelnio: Bathynomus giganteus