I thought M will only shop for merkur razor, but he rather shopped accessories for his flowerhorn fish and aquarium in his office. I didn’t believed on him at first not only until he shared some photos of his aquariums via MMS. It’s not that I don’t trust on him but I just found it weird for him to bring his aquarium from home to his office.
He was actually asking some good ideas from me before on what would be the best aquarium styles he could put up on his office. I browsed over the internet a classy aquarium look and this was what I found.
Aquarium Table (image from incrediblespictures.com)
What do you think of the aquarium table above? M just laughed at me when I shared this to him because he found this too classy for him. LOL!
I’ve seen sharks, adult and baby sharks before when I was in college, but I have never seen a two-headed sharks, neither a baby nor adult one. So when I read a news that a fisherman from Florida caught a two-headed shark fetus, I never hesitated to read and even gotten curious about the said shark.
2-Headed Shark Fetus (image from yahoo.com)
The said fisherman sent the 2-Headed Shark Fetus to an animal research laboratory and scientists found out, as shown in the image above showing a radiograph of the shark, that it supposed to be a twin or a two-organism shark but failed to completely divide. Hence, if it is just to look at grossly, one could think that it has two heads.
Kids are fascinated to small colorful moving objects. This is the reason perhaps why some pediatric doctors prefer to have aquariums in their pediatric clinics.
Aquarium in the Pediatric Clinic (image from bronx-leb.org)
However, since most of the kids have the tendency to touch or hold things which are new and amazing to them, it is best if aquariums are situated somehow far from the pediatric exam table. Or might else have it properly attached to the wall so even kids hang on or play with it, it won’t cause any accident then.