While conducting excavations on the north Kimberly coast of Western Australia, archaeologists from the University of Wollongong inadvertently stumbled upon an incredibly ancient natural marine pearl — the value of which has been described as “irreplaceable.”
Oysters are fun to eat because they're delicious and celebratory and remind you of the ocean. Turns out that last part is especially true because those suckers are just fantastic at filtering out dirty water. Watch these oysters slurp up the dirty water in the tank in this time lapse and make it all clean.
You know what's a turn on? Oysters. You know what's a turn off? Vomit. Oysters might be a delicious aphrodisiac, but they have a tendency to be pretty unsanitary and they can make you sick. But researchers at Texas A&M University have found a way pasteurize the bivalves using electron beams, getting rid of some of the…
Listen up, oyster lovers, because Oysterpedia is the application you were looking for: 200 oysters from the East and West coast of North America, with ratings, sizes, origins and flavors.