Raphael Biagini took ten minutes to reel in this monster during a fishing trip in France. At 30 pounds, it is believed to be the largest koi carp ever caught. Once Raphael took some time to catch his breath and take a picture with his catch, he was forced to release the giant gold fish. Why would he do such a thing you might ask? Simple. He didn’t have a big enough bowl to keep it in.
I couldn’t think of a good caption for this picture. Can you?
Thanks Mike F
Every home needs a Harvey.
The ant death spiral. Actually, it’s a circular mill, first described in army ants by Schneirla (1944). A circle of army ants, each one following the ant in front, becomes locked into a circular mill. They will continue to circle each other until they all die.
Awwwww, poor baby.