New research suggests that squid may fly to save energy. Many species have been seen to 'fly' using the same jet-propulsion mechanisms that they use to swim: squirting water out of their mantles so that they rocket out of the sea and glide through the air.
Introducing 'N-Joystick' the world's 1st mouth operated joystick. Designed to deliver a uniquely delicious playing experience, the N-Joystick allows users to a slot Chup Chups into the shaft and use their mouth to control the action.
This gorgeous 1950s Arno XI Ferrari-powered world record hydroplane is heading to auction in Monaco. It set the record in 1953 by doing an insane 150.19mph and that still stands to this day in the 800kg class.