This produces hydroelectric power, cleans up plastic waste, and recycles sea water.
The Little Mermaid is still making waves, in this case as a fashion icon.
The real thing is even scarier (albeit smaller) than our puppet! Check out the first known footage of the anglerfish in its natural habitat.
One weekend into the show, we have a lot of new contributions! Here are our current thoughts on what these objects may be:
What do you think the humans use them for?
A political cartoon of the moving variety — another way that the mermaid’s position between land and sea has been used to look at the relationship between humans and the environment.
Sofia Coppola is really directing a Little Mermaid adaptation, but this isn’t it. It is, however, a cute take on our story as a modern teen movie.
Check out this artist’s (Sue Austin) trip under the sea in her wheelchair!