Friday, October 26, 2007

And while we're on the subject of bizarre sea creatures . . .

Giant sea slugs that squirt toxic ink invade Britain

A giant poisonous sea "monster" which squirts toxic ink is invading British waters - because of global warming experts say.

The extraordinary looking creatures, called sea slugs, are a foot-and-half-long and swim through the water using "wings" that make them look like an undersea bat.


I think this thing evolved solely so I could blog it.

(Hat tip: Nick Redfern.)

2 comments:

laughing hyena said...

"I think this thing evolved solely so I could blog it."

Ha! Funniest thing I've read all day. Thanks for the comic relief.

Things were feeling a bit grim around ye olde blog.

Mac said...

Things were getting a little gloomy, huh? :-)