Fact Snacks!


Galapagos batfish have frowny-faces and giant red lips. They also use their fins as feet to walk around the sea floor, because they’re terrible swimmers. When you see it from the side, it looks like a grumpy old nose/mouth-breather with a bat in the cave.  Like when someone has no idea they got a boogie hangin’… and it bobs up and down.  Just sayin…
In Japan, public napping is a sign of hard work. It’s called ‘inemuri,’ which means ‘sleeping on duty’ or ‘sleeping while present.’ Because falling asleep in public is thought to be a symptom of working yourself to exhaustion, it’s socially acceptable in restaurants, stores, commuter trains, and on park benches- as long as you don’t sprawl out and take up too much space.