Grass Flip Flops

An Australian footwear company has reported ‘amazing’ sales after launching a new pair of flip flops made of fake grass. The bizarre footwear, made by KUSA, features fake turf stitched into the soles so owners get the same sensation as strolling barefoot on a freshly mowed lawn. The company’s website shows sun seekers walking along the beach in the grass slippers which occasionally need to be fluffed for added comfort. The KUSA website explains: ‘Love the feeling of bare feet on freshly mowed grass? Why not have that feeling anywhere, anytime. KUSA flip flops give you the opportunity to do just that.” w/ photo

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Crabs Build Their Own Galaxy?

“Small hermit and soldier crabs in Malaysia and Australia build their home digging a deep hope in the sand on a beach. They got a good idea of how to move sand up during his construction. Down in the hole this crab is making sand balls and later push them up to the surface, 2-3 balls at a time. Pushing sand ball more far from the hole they form a kind of sand ball flower or sand ball galaxy. Up close you can see the almost perfectly spherical balls that the crabs engineer. They are meticulous in their method to say the very least.” w/ photos + video

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