Computer science. Writing. Unambitious drawings. Yo.
Unable to decide whether she prefers simplicity or complexity. Leaning towards the latter.
Loves the feeling of code compiling in the morning, but is a sucker for staying up late.
Has a soft spot for all that is soft. And talented people.
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First Contact— girl meets manatee, by Christopher Jobson.
South American Leaf Fish (Monocirrhus polyacanthus)
An incredibly-adapted species, this fish is camouflaged to mimic a dead leaf, both in body shape and pattern. It can change colour to match its surroundings and has a projection from its bottom lip that resembles a leaf stalk. When hunting, it stalks its prey in a head-down stance, appearing to drift towards it like a dead leaf drifting in a current. When it strikes at an item of prey the entire mouth protrudes outwards, forming a large tube into which the prey is sucked, usually head first. This happens so quickly it is often difficult to see. It can swallow prey almost as big as itself in this way.
Oh my goodness did you bring a casserole that was so generous of you
Come in come in we’re so glad you’re here
Just put your things at the door and make yourself at home
Oh my god Suzie is that a new hair cut, it looks fabulous
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