I've have always tried to have some Aqua-content, no matter how small, in every single post the Shrine has ever put up. To that end, I really have never covered any of the real-life stuff that goes on in our oceans, because I don't want the blog to stray too far from it's original mission.
But when I saw this picture--which has been making the rounds of the internet the past couple of weeks--I changed my mind because it's just too friggin' cool. This is a Mola fish, also known as an Ocean Sunfish. Despite their massive size, these are gentle creatures and can be spotted in surprisingly large numbers. You can read more about them here.
As much as I love Aquaman's superheroics, sometimes I think it'd be cool to drop all the Black Manta/Ocean master jazz and just have the Sea King swim around, looking at stuff.