Watch as artist Garip Ay recreates The Starry Night by swirling layers of paint floating on inky water. The mesmerizing process begins with the scattering of splotches of color on the pitch black water. Ay then uses a paint brush to manipulate the paint into the familiar whorls of one of the most famous paintings in the world:
The blue-ringed octopus is one of the most dangerous creatures in the world. The one shown is displaying agitation. Their venom is deadly enough to kill 26 humans each, and their bite is almost painless, so you may not notice that you were bitten until paralysis sets in. There is no anti-venom.