This was rolling in the surf yesterday. It’s about 14 inches long. I’m interpreting it as a decomposed squid head.
Marine biology experts, help. Am I right? Is it correct to call the central part of the squid body the head, anyway? Where do we put the ceph in cephalopod?
Tomorrow, I know that I will arrive on the other side of this, but at the moment, it seems impossible that anything so vast can have sides.
People had the opportunity to steal vital and valuable items from me while I stood in the waves. No one took the opportunity. [...]
Woke up this morning. You won’t believe what I saw: A hundred million bottles, washed upon the shore.
Visions of Florida tourism, from VisitFlorida and from the Escambia County Health Department. [...]
On June 26 at noon, people will take to beaches in coastal states around the nation and stand in the surf, hands linked, in a silent protest against the demonstrably unsafe practice of offshore oil drilling. It’s called Hands Across the Sand; click here to see if there’s a protest at a beach near you. [...]