Alpaca of the sea

Approximately 2 inches long, the Nembrotha cristata feed on jellyfish and absorb the venom in the stingers, so their bright neon colors are meant to warn predators that they are poisonous.

This Week In Green – Mar 18, 2022

For ‘This Week In Green’ on March 18th we’ve got an underwater museum, CO2 beer bubbles, desert veggies, and the biggest dating app blunder of all time! You don’t want to miss this week’s episode of The Biofriendly Podcast where we offer up greenwashing advice to businesses. 

This Week In Green – Mar 11, 2022

For this week in green we’ve got the real life Electric Avenue for you to rock down to, Samsung casts a fishing net to make phones, South Korea soaks up the sun with giant solar plum blossoms, and a new satellite that will see everything meteorologists cannot. You don’t want to miss this week’s episode of The Biofriendly Podcast where we wrap up the show with things that are surprisingly still legal! 

This Week In Green – Mar 4, 2022

We are back with a brand new ‘This Week In Green’ on The Biofriendly Podcast for March 4, 2022! This week we’ve got tree batteries, a diaper highway, solar powered clothing, super seawomen, and more.

Whale naps

Sperm whales spend 7% of their day in these vertical positions near the surface of the water, where they sleep for 10 to 15 minutes at a time.

This Week In Green – Feb 25, 2022

If you’re wondering what’s the latest and greatest in green news this week, The Biofriendly Podcast has got you covered for February 25, 2022. This week we’ve got how Minecraft is teaching kids about climate change, greenhouses going red, guerrilla gardening on hoverboards, manatees are eating salad, and more! 

False killer whale

Yes, the false killer whale is a real species of oceanic dolphin that reaches a maximum length of 6 m (20 ft). The name comes from the similar skull characteristics of the killer whale (Orcinus orca).

Pretty deadly

The Portuguese man o’ war, or man-of-war, is a highly venomous open ocean predator that superficially resembles a jellyfish but is actually a siphonophore. The sting is deadly to smaller fish and incredibly painful to humans.

Peek-a-boo

We love this photo taken by photographer Eric Smith where the whale watchers are hilariously missing the main attraction popping up right behind them.

I believe I can fly

Follow your dreams like this Orca whale breaching above the water’s surface.