As we discussed in my October 28th article, there is so much more for us to learn about the oceans of our planet. In late 2010, the world's rarest whale was spotted for the first time when two of them were found dead on a beach in New Zealand. Scientists knew of its existence from skull fragments, but this was the first time they were actually able to see one.
The whales are known as Spade-Toothed Beaked Whales.
Check out the full story by OurAmazingPlanet at MSNBC. You can follow OurAmazingPlanet on Twitter, Facebook and Google+. Links can be found in the article.
Thank-you splashes go out to Caroline W. for first showing me this article.
Since June 2012, Black Mermaid Productions of Australia has been sharing examples of mermaids in comics that they have discovered. Their latest blog post in the series is their November 6th edition, Mermaids in Comics 5, which features Lucia and the Golden Mermaid. Be sure to look through the past blog posts from June to the present for the other Mermaids in Comics articles.
Lucia and the Golden Mermaid, what a great name!
Recently, I have had less time to search the seven seas for qualified interview candidates. If you or someone you know would like to be interviewed for this blog, please contact me at the email address below. Individuals and performance groups are welcome. Thank you!
What did the sea say to the Little Mermaid?
Nothing, it just waved!
This and other awful mermaid jokes and riddles can be found at JokesPrank.
Best wishes and starfishes,
cynthia (at) goldmermaid.com
Mermaid artwork by Cowshell Graphics.
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