I am a certified color junkie. Ever since I can remember colors were never bright enough for me. There were never enough in my environment to satisfy me. The world was boring and I’ve always wanted more. It’s why you just don’t see muted pastels in my art (or maybe you do). I use the brightest and most vibrant colors I can find and mix, but you may not see all of them. And now there may be a scientific explanation for my extreme color cravings. An unknown number of women may perceive millions of colors invisible to the rest of us. These women have four cones in their eye for detecting colors. The vast majority of people only have three. I am not a scientist, so I will just post a link (some text in this blog is referenced from this article):
Scientists have dubbed these people tetrachromats. An…
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No not “those” kind! But now that I’ve gotten your attention, let’s take a look at this strange looking ocean creature. Crabs are decapods (ten legs) crustaceans (their skeleton is on the outside) and arthropods (they have segmented legs). Interesting FACTS:
If a crab loses a claw, it will grow back.
Males grow one larger claw. It’s purpose is to impress female crabs rather than for attack or defense.
A crab’s teeth are in its stomach.
Crabs can be carnivores, herbivores, or omnivores.
Crabs can also be cannibals and will sometimes feed on weaker crabs of the same species.
There are 6,793 species of crabs divided into 93 families.
King Crabs are not considered true crabs. Neither are Hermit, Porcelain, or Horseshoe Crabs.
We began on a light note, so we might as well end on one too. 🙂
Man walks into a restaurant and says, “Do you server crabs here?”
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