On the Wadden Sea, strange specimens of flying sea turtles wearing Venetian carnival masks have been spotted recently. Rumor has it that they are migrating turtles from tropical waters who got stuck in the Venetian Lagoon during carnival season and, feeling enthusiastic about the event, spontaneously mutated. They then used their fins as wings, flew across the Alps and eventually reached the Wadden Sea.
Secretly called the “Unità Operativa Laguna” or “Task Force Laguna” they export the spirit of Venetia to the north. Could this be the start of the Sea Turtle Renaissance?
As an ambassador of today’s marine world, Fish Vision 3D is very successful. A genuine fata morgana on tourist beaches, this species mostly prevails in the shape of a six-eyed skeletonized fish. But don’t let outer appearances trick your eye! Fish Vision 3D Dystopic Appearance sends misleading signals to other creatures. This fish is the holographic shape shifter of the oceans. Camouflage and deception are its basic strategies of survival. Some scientists even believe it can be dead and alive at the same time and call it “Schrödinger’s Fish”. It is, by the way, the only marine animal known to appreciate a good joke.
Bubbles that are created by underwater currents often take on an oval shape like eggs (the word “oval” actually contains the Latin word for “egg” – “ovum”). As it seems, round and elliptical forms are at the very core of nature’s power to create new life.
Our bubble eggs drift towards the surface and offer a protected sphere that encloses neobiotic life forms. These bubble eggs are fragile lifeboats that carry those new migrating species towards new
environments where they can hatch and thrive.