Two random things.
First, National Audubon Society has released 435 John James Audubon bird prints for download.
You can download all of them here: https://www.audubon.org/birds-of-america
Second, as we are crawling to the deadline, I ended up playing a cute little game called Megaquarium. If you played Roller Coaster Tycoon 2 or Zoo Tycoon game way back, you would like this.
You run a cute aquarium. You build tanks, toilets, vending machines, etc and people come to you aquarium, allowing you to earn money, ecology points for species research and science points for better tanks and equipment. It’s surprisingly addicting and rather deep for an indie game.
Tanks can contain tropical or cold-water fish, and standards for optimal living conditions must be met before they grow. Each fish comes with a series of requirements.
The above is panther grouper.
This is what he looks like in real life.
If you notice, there are no other fishes in that tank. That’s because panther grouper eats everything that’s smaller than itself. Guess how I found that out?
Megaquarium is available on Steam, but I always recommend Gog Galaxy, because their support is better.