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Though its body is little over a foot in length, The eyeless "tripod fish" Bathypterois grallator stands up to a meter off the sea floor on three fins with incredibly elongated tips. Swimming only when necessary, it spends most of its time standing in a single spot, eating whatever tiny creatures may bump into its outstretched front fins

Though its body is little over a foot in length, The eyeless "tripod fish" Bathypterois grallator stands up to a meter off the sea floor on three fins with incredibly elongated tips. Swimming only when necessary, it spends most of its time standing in a single spot, eating whatever tiny creatures may bump into its outstretched front fins

LOVE THESE!!!! Pesci Animal Puzzle by Enzo Mari  you will probably love them too @Sarah Jayne

LOVE THESE!!!! Pesci Animal Puzzle by Enzo Mari you will probably love them too @Sarah Jayne

In 1957 he completed his first project for design company Danese.  It was called 16 Animali, or 16 Animals, a wooden puzzle of simply carved animal shapes – including a hippo, snake, giraffe and camel – that join together to form a rectangle.  Used as building blocks, the animals can also be stacked  in all sorts of way to form various sculptures.  This puzzle was followed by 16 Pesci, or 16 Fish, which is a similar toy made up of all sorts of sea creatures.

In 1957 he completed his first project for design company Danese. It was called 16 Animali, or 16 Animals, a wooden puzzle of simply carved animal shapes – including a hippo, snake, giraffe and camel – that join together to form a rectangle. Used as building blocks, the animals can also be stacked in all sorts of way to form various sculptures. This puzzle was followed by 16 Pesci, or 16 Fish, which is a similar toy made up of all sorts of sea creatures.

In 1957 he completed his first project for design company Danese.  It was called 16 Animali, or 16 Animals, a wooden puzzle of simply carved animal shapes – including a hippo, snake, giraffe and camel – that join together to form a rectangle.  Used as building blocks, the animals can also be stacked  in all sorts of way to form various sculptures.  This puzzle was followed by 16 Pesci, or 16 Fish, which is a similar toy made up of all sorts of sea creatures.

In 1957 he completed his first project for design company Danese. It was called 16 Animali, or 16 Animals, a wooden puzzle of simply carved animal shapes – including a hippo, snake, giraffe and camel – that join together to form a rectangle. Used as building blocks, the animals can also be stacked in all sorts of way to form various sculptures. This puzzle was followed by 16 Pesci, or 16 Fish, which is a similar toy made up of all sorts of sea creatures.

Why do we pen these amazingly intelligent creatures up and starve them for treats at Acquariums around the world?

Why do we pen these amazingly intelligent creatures up and starve them for treats at Acquariums around the world?

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