Paramacrobiotus craterlaki (quick note about these guys. They can survive in the harshest of environments. It's been seen that they've survived in temperatures from 0 kelvin to 151C. Also returned alive in studies where they were exposed to a vacuum in outer space in low orbit)
That's actually a painting but I got to see a regular parrot fish up close in person on vacation a few months ago. My camera didn't do it justice but I still framed it and put it on display at home.
"Devils just trap trap trap trap. Sure it's a modified trap different than LeMaire's but even with two forecheckers they have the defense sitting back with the third guy clogging up the middle of the ice." - explanation of how the Devils still employ the trap
Friend discovered high speed mode on her camera. Shots of her greyhound running in back yard (and shaking at end).
I would never want to own a greyhound, but I love watching them run.
OT story: My dog is a husky/lab, she loves to run, and she's very used to being the fastest dog in the park. I took her to the park about a year ago, and someone happened to be there who rescues greyhounds from the track. After half an hour of my dog whining to race them, he finally lets one off the leash and they start running. My dog got smoked. The greyhound even lapped her.
It was the first time I had seen one in person, and I was just stunned at how fast they really were. It's the kind of thing that's very different to watch on video vs. seeing it in real life.
A laser pulse passing through a bottle filled with water. It's been a long time since I read the article about this, but I believe the team built an extremely fast camera (obviously). It's not a real time recording, but a bunch of frames from separate pules compiled together. They just took the picture a little later each time, or something.
Down in the basement, I've got a Craftsman lathe. Show it to the children when they misbehave.