Molluscs have amazing super-powers.
But you know what? So do humans. We air-breathing terrestrial bipeds are able to enter strange alien worlds and return with a digital record of the events that even the lubbers among us can appreciate.
I’d still go for invisibility spell though
I am lucky enough to be a scuba diver who has lived in Central and North Queensland in Australia – the home of the largest living organic community..The Great Barrier Reef!!! I am also lucky enough to personally witness one of nature’s great events; The Spawning of the Coral Reef. The sea truly is an alien environment, full of wonder and terror. I’ll never forget the moment I first saw a Tiger Shark underwater and thought to myself “If it decides to eat me, there is nothing I can do!” For me, the most fascinating creatures are most often completely overlooked…the nudibranchs. Such simple animals, but so beautiful (inserting some aesthetics, here).
“The only thing snails can’t do is fly.”
Only one word for it: awesome!
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I love the idea of seeing the “superpowers” in our everyday world. We may not have people such as Spider-Man walking around but there are so many spectacular anomalies in the world that are just as, or in my opinion, more intriguing! Great post and video!
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