Scientists have developed a natural, biodegradeable plastic from chitinous crustacean shells.
Shrilk—a mixture of silk and shrimp shells—is a game-changer for biodegradable plastics.
The humpback whale uses a special strategy to hunt fishy prey. Almost like human fishermen the whales use a fisher net built of air bubbles instead of rope.
Imagine if the only way for you to eat were to trek 25 miles on foot to a restaurant and then trek all the way back home afterward.
If kept dry, these cysts will remain viable for many years. Placed in salt water, the cysts rehydrate and the shrimp resume development.