Wow! At least it made for a dramatic reunion episode of RHOA!
Shortly after turning herself in, Porsha was released on a $2K bond.
[Image via Fulton County Police.]
Oh wait… the saying is "sleeps with the fishes." And she's not dead… quite the opposite!
She's living life to the fullest! She's on her honeymoon!
Rose shared an ahmayzing pic (above) and wrote:
"Walking on the bottom of the ocean. No biggie. I look like I'm dragging a small, hairy child. #honeymoon @cyrcle"
Ha! She's so funny!
That seriously looks amazing and terrifying all at the same time.
She looks like an undersea explorer straight out of a Jules Verne novel!
Thanks for sharing the cool pic, Rose! Hope your honeymoon is amazeballs!!
[Image via Rose McGowan.]
The ends times are truly here!!
Another giant oarfish has been found off the California coast!
We previously mentioned that an 18-foot oarfish had been found in SoCal.
This time, a bunch of kids were surprised to find a 14-footer washed ashore.
We don't know why these oarfish are suddenly showing up, but it's honestly kinda scary.
This is a pretty rare event, so to have two fish wash up is pretty crazy.
We hope they're just two random, coincidental events, otherwise we might have an M. Night Shyamalan style mystery on our hands!!
Check out the video (above) to see the giant fish!
A marine science instructor was snorkeling off the coast of sunny SoCal when they spotted something pretty amazing:
An 18-foot-long Oarfish!!
Jasmine Santana of the Catalina Island Marine Institute (CIMI) saw the huge, shiny, silver body laying on the seafloor.
It's one of the largest oarfish they've seen at CIMI.
Oarfish tend to dive over 3,000-feet-deep so seeing them is pretty rare.
Luckily, when this 18-footer died of natural causes he floated up to where the scientists found him.
The giant oarfish can actually grow to an incredible 50-feet-long!!
They're apparently the reason for old, giant sea serpent myths.
Now, the fish is being buried in the sand to decompose so its skeleton can be reconstituted and put on display.
Congrats on the find, Jasmine!!
[Image via Catalina Island Marine Institute.]
Oh boy… oh jeez… oh wow… this… this is horrifying!!
There's a fish known as the Pacu that is an exotic fish, in the same family as piranhas.
While a piranha has jagged teeth, a Pacu has teeth much like a human's!
These fish are infamous for killing men by ripping off their testicles!!
That seriously sounds like the most terrifying thing EVERRR!
Ball eating fish! Don't go swimming in Illinois!
Check out the video (above) to get a look at the most awful fish ever!!
At Shedd Aquarium in Chicago, Granddad the lungfish just celebrated a real milestone birthday!
He turned 80! That's right, he's an 80-year-old fish!
Granddad is 20-pounds and four-feet-long!
He arrived at Shedd during the 1933 World's Fair and what's crazy is he was already fully grown when he arrived at the aquarium!
So he's actually older than 80! They're just celebrating his anniversary!
That's so crazy, we had no idea a fish could grow so old!
Cheers to you, Granddad (who's name is awkwardly perfect), may you live another 20 years!
[Image via Shedd Aquarium.]
The Ugly Animal Preservation Society has voted and chosen their mascot…
WHOA! It looks like a cartoon of a sad old man being melted by acid!
The society started as a science comedy night and came up with this mascot campaign to draw attention to ugly, but threatened species.
The winner was recently announced at the British Science Festival in Newcastle.
The society's president said:
Hilary Swank was recently at the Pure Food Fish Market in Seattle.
It's a fourth generation fish market in Seattle's renowned Pike Place Market and Hilary went there to get some fresh seafood.
She apparently was having a dinner party and bought king salmon, scallops, king crab, oysters and mussels. Mmmm! Sounds tastyyyy!
While there, she posed for a pic (above) with one giannnnnt fish!
One of the fishmongers there said:
"She was absolutely delightful."
We bet she was!
We wonder if they offered her a discount in exchange for the picture.
Heck, we'd pose with all sorts of fish for free salmon! LOLz!
[Image via Pure Food Fish Market.]