Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Critters drifting the ocean!
. . .one frog washed ashore in Scotland, and a duck turned up near Maine. However, most of the drifters have remained stuck in the Pacific Subarctic Gyre, a set of deepwater and surface currents spanning an area the size of the continental United States that generally flows counterclockwise around the northern Pacific Ocean.

Poor things, drifting alone in the middle of the ocean. . . .

Actually, it's a pretty cool article.