Friday, April 15, 2016

Crying Mermaid

A friend of mine recently brought an article to my attention: Jerusalem Online answers the question, "Why is there a crying mermaid near a beach in Tel Aviv?"

"A crying mermaid covered in oil and plastic bags was spotted today (Friday) at the entrance to the beach on Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Street."

The mermaid is the work of artist Aya Admon Meisels, and the article by Becca Noy contains the full story.

Thank you for the tip, Niamh.

Fishing Ban

April is Earth Month. The environment needs you!

Shanghaiist brings us the story of two college students that became mermaids to call attention to illegal fishing.

"To really make their statement stand out, two female college students dressed up as mermaids to call for a ban on fishing during the official closed fishing season in Henan's Danjiangkou Reservoir."

The reservoir is located in Xichuan County, Henan and Danjiangkou City, Hubei province, in Central China.

Little Mermaid Facts

Are you an Ariel expert? Test your expertise with these 14 Facts About Ariel, The Little Mermaid, brought to us by Popsugar.

For example, the decision to make Ariel's hair red was for a couple of reasons. Do you know what they were?

The article is by Ashley Paige, who just might be an Ariel fan.

Best wishes and starfishes,
-Mermaid Cynthia
cynthia (at)

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