Sorry, did I just bomb your photo?!
You never claimed you were a role model.
There’s more to seafood than tuna and salmon.
Plus a novel written entirely on Instagram, a town literally losing sleep over the sounds of fish sex, and 5 nail trends that no one understands.
Plus the most unbelievable movie survivals, 5 great pieces of advice from Tom Clancy, and a new Snapchat “story” feature.
On Monday faulty pipelines leaked as much as 233,000 gallons of molasses into the Honolulu Harbor. The spill is expected to kill thousands of fish and other marine life.
PETA says fish is meat. “They are not swimming vegetables.”
Wait, your stomach does WHAT? That’s… eeew.
Wrap it inside parchment paper with some other ingredients and it cooks itself.
Plus 14 terrifyingly awesome new state-fair foods, a way to beam ads straight into your skull, and the pilot that Conan O’Brien once wrote for Adam West.
These demons of the night are way more terrifying than vampires (or vampire bats) will ever be.
Parents said you couldn’t have a cat or dog? Here are some of the alternative pets you probably got instead.
Meet Gavin, the fish you’re about to want to take home to mom and dad/ have at all your parties.
All that stuff you were told when you were a kid? Yeah, it’s wrong.
Once someone finds out you’re a vegetarian (or vegan), everything changes. It’s sooo annoying.
From the shallows to the deep in 15 GIFs and marine facts.
He’s like a fish. Get it?
These gems of traditional sushi-craft are over-the-top beautiful.
The newly opened Marine Life Park in Singapore has over 100,000 sea animals. These are just a few.
Scientists filmed the massive creature swimming in its natural habitat in July.
Goldfish and SpaghettiOs on Christmas Eve: blasphemy or pure genius?
Al Gore, Bill Clinton, Teddy Roosevelt, and Jimmy Carter are also honored by the names of these new freshwater darter species.
Here are more photos from the set of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
They can’t help it, they just love life.
The best buddies vacationed in Hawaii and had some fun looking at the fish. But um, Leo — what’s with the facial hair?
Fake fish could tell us when we’re polluting faster than we’d ever detect ourselves. And look SUPER creepy while doing so.