photo unsplash.com We travel into the ocean this week to meet the child of the mermaid and the hairy frogfish. What sort of hair do they have? Where do they live? What do they eat? How do they survive? Is there more than one of them? Or do they live with others, not of their …
photo unsplash.com This week we journey into the darkness to find the child of the mermaid and the dumbo octopus. They are a shy little thing. Where do they live? Do they seek shelter in the dark...or do they find themselves steeped in the sunlight closer to the surface?
photo unsplash.com To the bottom of the ocean, not too deep, or maybe deeper than we think, to meet the child of the mermaid and the pink see-through fantasia. what sort of community do they live in? What sort of job do they hold? Who holds them in respect?
photo unsplash.com This week we dive into the murky depths to meet the offspring of the mermaid and the blue sea slug. What do they look like? How do they act? They are old enough to have a family of their own, children of their own. With whom do they carry on? What is their …
photo from unsplash.com Today we come upon the child of a mermaid and an ornate sleeper ray. Where does this child come from? Do they live close to their parents--or perhaps even with them? Or perhaps they have traveled leagues and leagues away? Why do you think they live where they live?
photo from unsplash.com Creeping up over the side of the rocks, this week we spy the child of a mermaid and a tequila splitfin. What so intrigues this one that they peer at us so? What brought them to the surface here? Would you dare entice them to come closer?
photo from unsplash.com Out on the sea, we look out over the bow of the boat to see the children of a mermaid and an opah. Why do they swim here, out in front of us? Where are they leading us?
photo unsplash.com For this week, washed up on our shore, comes the child of a mermaid and a fangtooth. How did it get here? What happened? Will it survive? Show us. Tell us.
photo unsplash.com This week, I give you the child of a mermaid and a pancake batfish. What does it eat? How does it hunt? Where does it sleep? Show us. Tell us.
photo unsplash.com This week, show me your version of the child of a mermaid and a lancefish. Where is it from? Where does it live? Show us. Tell us.