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This clever tinkerer combined his singing fish robot with Amazon's Alexa.

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No Photoshop here! Japanese artist Iori Tomita began creating these translucent taxidermized animals for the purpose of studying as an undergraduate in Fishery/Hatchery management before the project took on a life of its own. By dissolving natural proteins in the fish Tomita is able to create this psychedelic look. Check for more pictures in the Via link!

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During a recent Shedd Adventures trip to Baja, participants witnessed not one, but two rare oarfish in shallow waters. Here's a video of one of their encounters.

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These 10 Comics Show That Florida Man is One Of The Weirdest Superheroes Out There


America's Dong, Florida surely provides a terrific territory for hijinks and fortunately for us, Mandatory has compiled these great comics drawn by Dave Rappoccio showcasing one of the weirdest superheroes out there, Florida Man. Rumor has it that newspaper headlines supply him with powers of unknown strength in his battle against sound logic.

The funny headlines of Florida men being arrested has grown so much over the years, that there is even a Florida Man Know Your Meme page that helps the internet keep track of it all. 

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A copper rockfish at the Vancouver Aquarium developed cataracts in his eye and had to have it removed. The sad little one-eyed guy then retreated to the bottom of the tank and was constantly picked on by his tankmates.

To help save him from the abuse, head veterinarian Dr. Martin Haulena recently performed surgery to give him a prosthetic replacement.

"Without an eye, the other fishes would act aggressively towards it for appearing sick and weak," the aquarium wrote on its blog.

They put the fish under anesthesia before the procedure, seen above.

After the surgery he seemed to fit right back in with the others.

"Ever since we put in the prosthetic the fish is right back in the mid-water column, interacting with other fish," Haulena told Global News. "He's more robust. Everybody, including the fish, seem a lot happier now."