Ah... This reminds me of my all-time favourite episode of The Simpsons: 9F15 - Last Exit to Springfield. It's the one where Lisa Needs Braces. She also sings a great song: "they have the plant but we have the power" and Mr. Burns at one point says:
Look at them all, through the darkness I'm bringing They're not sad at all, they're actually singing! They sing without juicers They sing without blenders They sing without flunjers, capdabblers and smendlers
But mainly LisaNeedsBraces.
It's difficult to know what to expect from something called a "Sea Mouse". Will it be a nimble, bright-eyed thing rushing around a coral reef? Now I think of it, that's a pretty good description of just about all the small fish you get around coral reefs. Maybe it's brown? Maybe it constantly urinates all over the place like an actual mouse?
Image: Richard E. Young Flowervase Jewel Squid, Stigmatoteuthis hoylei
Symmetry. Sexy, sexy symmetry. We all love a bit of symmetry. In fact, we're sexually attracted to symmetry. Leonardo da Vinci used it during his short-lived career as a purveyor of softcore filth. Mathematicians and physicists can't get enough of the stuff, the dirty buggers. Sure, one can get away with certain, limited instances of culturally acceptable asymmetry - a good left side-parting, for example - just keep it under your asymmetrically placed hat.