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The newly discovered type of shrimp, which uses the warm pink claw to create a sound strong enough to kill small fish, was named in honor of Pink Floyd.

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Shrimp, located on the Pacific coast of Panama were named Synalpheus pinkfloydi in a peer-reviewed journal Zootaxa. Museum of Natural History, University of Oxford Researcher Semmi De Grave is one of three researchers who are credited with being the discovery. It is said that the description of the shrimp was “an excellent opportunity to finally bow to my favorite band.”
According to Oxford, a pistol or a snapping shrimp close their enlarged claws at a rapid speed to create an undulating bubble. As a result, the sound is so loud that it can kill the fish or stun.
Pink Floyd is also venerated in the nature of a devil’s horse, on behalf of his 1969 album “Ummagumma”.
Calgary police will not be charged in the case of a young man among the indigenous population, whom they arrested, who was later found dead. Susan Hyugson’s team responded to serious incidents in Alberta, said police charged 18-year-old Colton Crawshaw in border breach and burglary in July 2014.
He was released a few days after his family denounced his disappearance.
Crawshaw’s body was found three weeks later in a city warehouse, and the autopsy revealed that his death was a homicide.