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Tech review: Apple iPad eighth-generation - Buzz.ie
The entry level Apple iPad eighth-generation is a better buy than some tablets that cost twice the price
The entry level Apple iPad eighth-generation is a better buy than some tablets that cost twice the price Ive been testing the eighth-generation entry level model of the Apple iPad and have been blown away. This is hands down the best piece of tech you can buy for less than 400. It is more useful for work, rest and play than Android tablets which cost twice the price. This is mainly due to the vastly superior range of apps available for iPad OS and the Apple ecosystem. But its also thanks to the A12 Bionic chipset and its neural engine (with 6-core CPU and 4-core GPU) that the Cupertino firm has included in the new iPad. Performance Apple says the CPU is 40 per cent faster and the GPU is twice as fast as the seventh-gen iPad. Ive had immense fun testing its capabilities with the dJay AI app for iPad. The app works seamlessly with the likes of Apple Music, Soundcloud and Tidal (once you have an account and an online connection). It allows you to DJ using a vast online library of millions of tracks. But it also gives you the ability to strip tracks into individual components vocals, melodies and drums. In other words, you can summons the isolated vocal of essentially any track thats on your chosen streaming service and drop it atop any other in real time. The app also isolates drums and melodies. To be able to do this in real time as you DJ is incredible enough. That you can do this to up to four tracks simultaneously on such an affordable machine is phenomenal. Setting up the dJay app to power a party (once we are allowed to socialise in this way in a post-pandemic world) is easy too. You just need a 3.5mm headphone splitter cable that allows you to cue up one tune in your headphones while outputting the tune playing to your chosen speaker or amp. The dJay app may not be an everyday scenario for too many consumers but its neural mix feature is a fantastic way to demonstrate how powerful the capability of this iPad. If the iPad eighth-generation can do that it will surely be able to handle anything else you throw at it? And so it was the case. The power and speed of iPad eighth-generation when using popular apps for creatives such Lumafusion, Procreate, Affinity Photo, Photoshop and Lightroom was super impressive too. Gaming Aside from this, the A12 chip boosts the performance of iPad eighth-generation as a gaming device (especially on the likes of PUBG Mobile and Call Of Duty Mobile), and you can connect it to the likes of a PS4 controller. Apple Pencil And I loved using the first-gen Apple Pencil with it. The new scribble feature on iPad OS14 (which converts your handwritten scrawl to text) is awesome. You can write directly into text fields or for longer annotations you can use Apples excellent Notes app. iPad OS and App Store The iPad OS in general is fast and fluid. I love the split-screen mode which enables you to multi-task so efficiently. And where iPad has for a decade been streets ahead of any Android or Windows touchscreen tablets is its App Store. So many apps are optimised for iPad and even more work well in split-screen view. In the latest iteration of the dedicated tablet operating system, iPadOS 14, widgets in the Today View are nmoveable and adjustable in size. Smart Stack enables you to combine multiple widgets in one place. These widgets can be pinned to the home screen with iOS 14 but on an iPads Home Screen they only have a presence in landscape mode. And you will need to activate this in Settings under Home Screen & Dock. Sidebars are redesigned too. For example, Siri and incoming call notifications have been minimised from to be less obtrusive. Those who invest in the Pencil will reap the benefits of one the updates neatest features, Scribble, which can automatically convert handwriting to text. Display The eighth-gen iPad opts for evolution in design rather than revolution. It is a superb device for mobile media consumption thanks to its 10.2in, 2160x1620 resolution, screen with 500 nits of brightness. Colours are natural looking but pop, and theres plenty of rich detail and clarity. A great example of how marvellous this machine is for enjoying media is the new Tiny World nature series on Apple TV+. Design and build The iPad eighth-generation is like all of its predecessors: thin, light and sturdy. It is actually a few grams heavier than the seventh-generation model but otherwise the 7.5mm thick slate with curved edges is as ergonomic as ever. It features the home button with Touch ID and the old stool bezels. Battery life Battery endurance is excellent. The firm claims 10 hours of power from a single charge and I achieved that on a regular basis. A 20w fast charger and USB-C to lightning cable are bundled in the box. Other features There are two cameras on board. These are the same 8MP f/12.4 rear lens and 1.2MP FaceTime HD front lens that were on its predecessor. The headphone port gives you the flexibility to enjoy better quality audio either directly or through a headphone and DAC. I was also able to use the Zorloo Ztella USB DAC with a Lightning adaptor. This means I can enjoy my higher res audio files. The sound quality from the iPad itself is only average as the speakers are a little close together for any real stereo separation. The iPad eight-generation is compatible with the Apple Smart Keyboard. You attach it in landscape mode using the Smart Connector on the left-hand side. One of the drawbacks of an Apple tablet is the lack of multi-user support. This means sharing your iPad is akin to sharing access to your online life. Verdict Ive used the machine all day, every day for a full week and it did everything I asked of it. Its such a powerful piece of kit and its a fun machine too, allowing you to switch between work, rest and play with ease. If you consider buying one, I recommend going for the higher storage option of 128GB which bumps up the price to just less than 500. So how much does Apple iPad eighth-generation cost? Apple iPad eighth-generation comes in grey, silver and rose gold and costs from 392 for 32GB model and 490.85 for 128GB model. Apple Pencil costs 97.35. Apple Smart Keyboard costs 176.05. What are the specs of Apple iPad eighth-generation? Dimensions: 250 x 174 x 7.5mmWeight: 490gDisplay: 10.2in, 2160x1620 resolution, 264 ppiProcessor: A12 BionicStorage: 32GB/128GBRAM: 3GBCameras: 8MP f/2.4 rear / 1.2MP front Tags:A12 Bionic,Apple,Eighth-generation,IPad,IPad OS 14,Neural Engine,Tablet Want more of the latest news, sport & entertainment? Sign up to our newsletter!:
Iceland's most active volcano looks set to erupt again - Buzz.ie
Iceland's most active volcano looks as if it is gearing up for another eruption, experts have revealed.
Iceland's most active volcano looks as if it is gearing up for another eruption, experts have revealed. The Grímsvötn volcano in Iceland is known to be the country's most active, which is something as it is a seismological hotspot. The last time it had a major eruption came in 2011, when it ploughed ash 20 kilometres into the atmosphere. The previous year, Iceland's Eyjafjallajökull erupted, which caused travel chaos across all of Europe. The Grímsvötn volcano was actually more powerful than the Eyjafjallajökull, despite it causing less disruption, and experts are warning that it is gearing up for another explosion. The volcano erupts every five to 10 years, and with nine years since its last eruption, scientists believe it could explode any time now. Usually, an eruption is hard to forecast for scientists, but as Grímsvötn erupts relatively frequently, scientists have been able to pick up on the signs. For starters, the base of the volcano begins to expand as it fills with magma. This magma causes intense heating, which leads to the ice surrounding the volcano to melt fairly quickly. Both signs have been noted in recent months, as well as an uptick in earthquakes. 2020s reign of terror continues as Icelands most active #volcano on verge of erupting again. Scientists in #Iceland have raised the threat level for the Grimsvotn volcano, warning there are now multiple indications that an eruption could soon take place.#fridaymorningpic.twitter.com/AurTznhsZT Alghadeer English (@alghadeertv_eng) October 9, 2020 Dave McGarvie, a volcanologist at Lancaster University, wrote for The Conversation: "A high frequency of eruptions at a volcano allows scientists to detect patterns that lead to eruptions (precursors). "And if these are repeated each time a volcano erupts then it becomes possible for scientists to be more confident that an eruption is likely to happen in the near future. "It is, however, seldom possible to be precise about the exact day. "Icelandic scientists have been carefully monitoring Grímsvötn since its 2011 eruption, and have seen various signals that suggest the volcano is getting ready to erupt. "For example, the volcano has been inflating as new magma moves into the plumbing system beneath it (think of burying a balloon in the sand and then inflating it). "Increasing thermal activity has been melting more ice and there has also been a recent increase in earthquake activity." The reason eruptions at Grímsvötn cause less chaos than those at Eyjafjallajökull, for example, is because the former is covered in a thick layer of ice and sleet. As the volcano erupts, the ash collects the meltwater, making it much heavier. As a result, the ash and debris tend to drop out of the sky more quickly. Mr McGarvie added: "The smaller Grímsvötn eruptions expend a lot of energy when they interact with water and ice at the surface. "That means the resulting ash gets wet and sticky and so falls from the sky relatively quickly. Ash clouds therefore only travel a few tens of kilometres from the eruption site. "This is a good scenario for Icelanders and also for air travel, as it prevents the formation of substantial ash clouds that could drift around and close off airspace."
Mrs Brown's Boys faces crisis after two stars leave over pay row - Buzz.ie
Mrs Brown’s Boys is reportedly in crisis after losing two of its most popular stars in a row over pay ahead of the festive special
Mrs Browns Boys is reportedly in crisis after losing two of its most popular stars in a row over pay. The Daily Star in the UK has said that Gary Hollywood and Damien McKiernan are exiting the show. This was after they found out they were earning less than their co-stars earlier this year. The pair, who play boyfriends Dino and Rory, complained and it caused a row with the shows bosses. Gary was then told he would have a reduced role in this years festive shows, which left him so angry he has quit. And Damien has now been told that he has been axed. An insider told the Star: Gary and Damien were confused and hurt when they realised they were getting paid less than the others. When they raised the issue it did not go down very well. Gary was later told he would only be appearing in one of this years Christmas specials. That was the last straw, so he told them he was quitting. Co-stars including Jennifer Gibney tried to convince him to stay, but his mind is made up. The insider added: It was even worse news for Damien. He was simply told he is being written out. Heartbroken ''They are both heartbroken that things have turned out this way. Work on two festive episodes has already started without the pair. The drama comes after months of animosity on the show, which is fronted by Brendan OCarroll. Insiders say the atmosphere behind the scenes is uncomfortable and sometimes even toxic. Our source said: There have been feuds between some of the cast for a while now. What happens off-screen is a world away from the fun viewers see.
Tech news: Google launches Pixel 5 smartphone and three more new products - Buzz.ie
Tech giant Google’s new flagship Pixel 5 smartphone sees a huge drop in price
Tech giant Googles new flagship Pixel 5 smartphone sees a huge drop in price Google has launched its new flagship smartphone Pixel 5 and it will cost almost 400 less than its predecessor Pixel 4XL. And it launched three other exciting new products: Pixel 4a 5G, Nest Audio speaker and a new Chromecast. Pixel 5 The eagerly anticipated 6in Pixel 5 gets 5G network speeds, more camera features and n all-screen design. Google has ditched facial recognition and switched back to a rear fingerprint scanner instead. Along with that fingerprint sensor on the rear there is a dual camera. It looks similar to last year's Pixel 4 shooter but includes a new ultra-wide lens. This camera now includes an improved Night Sight mode which can now add stunning bokeh effects to portraits even in lowlight conditions. Google has also upgraded its HDR+ technology so every shot snapped on the phone should look vivid and pin-sharp. For video lovers, Pixel 5 includes a Cinematic Pan mode, which gives your videos a professional look with ultra-smooth panning inspired by Hollywood directors. Under the hood is the superfast Snapdragon 765G processor (which Ive used on the OnePlus Nord) and 8GB of RAM. Google also says it has greatly improved battery life compared to the Pixel 4. The new phone will cost 618.77 sim-free and comes with three years of upgrades. Pixel 4a 5G The firm also launched its Pixel 4a 5G smartphone. As well as superfast 5G speeds, it has a bigger battery, bigger screen, new ultra-wide camera and the same selfie camera as the Pixel 5. There was no confirmation of when either phone will be available. This should be revealed on October 14. Pixel 4a 5G will cost 490.89. Nest Audio After almost four years, Googles Home speaker has got an upgrade with a refreshed look, bigger sound, and an entirely new name. It now follows the rest of its product range by ditching the Google Home branding in favour of the Nest moniker. Nest Audio, which was launched by Mark Ronson at Googles virtual event, is 50 per cent louder than before. It also includes a built-in tweeter and woofer for improved bass. The new smart speaker will go on sale from October 15 and costs 99.99 the same price as the latest Amazon Echo. Chromecast with Google TV Last but not least, the all-new Chromecast with Google TV is the successor to the best-selling streaming dongle of the same name that launched in 2013. It is a major revision of the hardware, which lets you beam streaming services, web browser tabs, and family snaps onto the big screen from any Android or ChromeOS device (and many iOS apps). The upgraded streaming dongle, which plugs into the HDMI and USB ports on back of your TV, now ships with a remote control. Unlike previous models, the Chromecast with Google TV has its own on-screen menu. Based on the Android TV operating system already available on the likes of Hisense, Sony and TCL sets, Google TV has a library of 6 ,500 apps available. Google Chromecast costs 69.99 and goes on sale October 15. Tags:Chromecast,Google,Google TV,Nest Audio,Pixel 4a 5G,Pixel 5 Want more of the latest news, sport & entertainment? Sign up to our newsletter!:
Tech review: Nokia 5.3 smartphone - Buzz.ie
Nokia 5.3 is arguably the best phone you can buy for less than €200
Nokia 5.3 is the best phone you can buy for less than 200 The Nokia 5.3 is the latest budget-priced Android smartphone from the much-loved brand. Since the moniker was relaunched by HMD Global, Nokia has been most successful in Ireland and across Europe in the lower-mid-price and budget-price segments of the market. So its no surprise that Nokia 5.3 is a solid device that covers all of the basics well. It has a 6.5in 720p LCD display, quad camera system, 4000 mAh battery (that easily lasts more than a day), decent performance and 64GB of internal storage. The 5.3 runs an almost pure version of Android 10 and its also an Android One device. This means you receive Android upgrades and security patches for at least two years. Design and build My review model was a gorgeous cyan blue colour and even though it has a plastic rear, it does not look or feel like a budget phone. In fact, the lightweight body of the device resists fingerprints and dust more than premium glass-back handsets. And despite its light frame (185g), the phone feels sturdy and well built. On the rear is the circular camera arrangement that houses the four lenses and the LED flash. Located underneath the rear cameras is the recessed circular fingerprint reader. The left side of the phone houses the sim tray and a Google Assistant shortcut button. You can disable it if you wish. On the right are volume controls and the power button, while on top is the 3.5mm headphone port. The bottom is where you will find the speaker and the USB-C charging port. Display Nokia 5.3 has a 6.55in IPS LCD screen with a HD+ resolution of 1,600 x 720 and a pixel density of 268ppi. Bezels are thin and there is a teardrop notch for the selfie camera. It has a widescreen aspect ratio of 20:9. It covers 80.5 per cent of the sRGB gamut, and is as bright and colourful a display as you are going to get for less than 200. Camera The quadruple camera set-up on the rear comprises a primary 13MP lens with f/1.8 aperture, 2MP depth sensor, 5MP macro lens and 5MP ultra-wide camera. The main rear camera delivers acceptable images. It has decent auto-HDR and works reasonably well, particularly in good lighting conditions. It can capture video at 4K resolution but I found it delivered better results in full HD. The selfie camera is an 8MP lens with an f/2.0 aperture. It delivers plenty of detail. Performance The handset is armed with 4GB of RAM and an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 processor. The combination works more efficiently than I expected, and during my testing period I found no issues with lag or loading times even when multitasking. The 5.3 even handled games such as Call of Duty: Mobile and PUBG Mobile without any issues. Battery life This is advertised as having two-day battery life but that is far from the case. I got a full days heavy use with some juice still left in the tank so a casual user should easily get more than a day. Charging is capped at 10w. Other features The single speaker is loud, but with a maximum volume of 94dB. It works fine for conference calls, and talk radio, but if you are listening to music or watching video content I would recommend using headphones or a speaker. The 5.3 supports dual-band Wi-Fi and has Bluetooth 5.0. It also has NFC which is uncommon in devices in this price range. Verdict Nokia 5.3 has decent build quality, a large 6.5in screen, performs well in everyday use and looks like a phone that costs much more. I would recommend it and it should do very well on the Christmas market as a gift phone for younger and older members of families. How much does Nokia 5.3 cost? Nokia 5.3 (64GB/4GB) is available now at Harvey Norman for 179 sim-free. What are the specs of Nokia 5.3? Dimensions: 164.3 x 76.6 x 8.5 mmWeight: 185 gDisplay: 6.55in, IPS LCD, 1600x720 resolutionRear cameras: 13 MP primary, f/1.8, PDAF; 5 MP ultrawide; 2MP depth sensor, 2MP macroSelfie camera: 8 MPStorage: 64GBProcessor: Snapdragon 665RAM: 4GBMicro-SD: YesBattery: 4000 mAhSensors: Fingerprint (rear-mounted), accelerometer, proximity Tags:Android,Budget-priced,Nokia 5.3,Quad Camera,Smartphone Want more of the latest news, sport & entertainment? Sign up to our newsletter!:
WHO says Ireland could be living with COVID-19 “for several years” - Buzz.ie
A spokesperson from the World Health Organisation has warned Irish people that COVID-19 will be with us “for several years”.
A spokesperson from the World Health Organisation has warned Irish people to start getting into the mindset that COVID-19 will be with us for several years and suggests people begin planning for events such as Christmas. Dr Margaret Harris, speaking on Newstalk Breakfast this morning, warned that the winter phase of COVID-19 would be more challenging due to the difficulty social distancing as a result of more people staying inside and the increased incidence of other illnesses that typically happens during the season. This means the hospitals will be busier and necessitates that people come up with sensible plans for the holiday season. Now really is the time to think about how we're going to tackle [these major events], to really have plans in place rather than sort of toddle along, she said. She explained that in summer, when countries began to emerge out of lockdown around the world, people returned to normal which was a problem. She said: That was really the time to suppress this virus completely and unfortunately that didn't happen; and you don't want to be asking health workers to again work so tremendously under difficult circumstances. We've seen, in some countries, 33% of infections are in health workers. Dr Harris also warned that it is too early to tell the impact that the virus will have on young people who are infected even though COVID-19 mortality rates among that age group are generally low. It's too simplistic to think Oh, it's alright in young people ... we're hearing and seeing through our clinical networks that many people don't recover well, or they are physically impaired afterwards. So again we're saying it's not good enough to think it will be alright to get infected: it's not alright to get infected. You can listen back to previously aired Newstalk segments here.
Sony apologises for PlayStation 5 pre-order mess - Buzz.ie
Sony has apologised for the chaos caused by PlayStation 5 pre-orders this week."Let's be honest: PS5 pre-orders could have been a lot smoother.''
Sony has apologised for the chaos caused by PlayStation 5 pre-orders this week. "Let's be honest: PS5 pre-orders could have been a lot smoother," Sony said in a tweet on the official PlayStation account. "We truly apologise for that. "Over the next few days, we will release more PS5 consoles for preorder - retailers will share more details. "And more PS5s will be available through the end of the year." Lets be honest: PS5 preorders could have been a lot smoother. We truly apologize for that. Over the next few days, we will release more PS5 consoles for preorder retailers will share more details. And more PS5s will be available through the end of the year. pic.twitter.com/h1TaGsGBun PlayStation (@PlayStation) September 19, 2020 The next-gen console was launched during the week. We had a release date as well as a fair few games previewed. Last month, Sony said that there wouldn't be a snap-reveal for PS5 pre-orders. "I think it's safe to say, we'll let you know when pre-orders will happen," PlayStation worldwide marketing head, Eric Lempel said. "It's not going to happen with a minute's notice. ''We're going to at some point let you know when you can pre-order a PS5 so please don't feel like you have to go run and line up anywhere until you receive official notice on how that will work." That is exactly what happened. Pre-orders for the PS5 went live on Wednesday night Irish time - before they were officially announced. Shortly after Sony's PS5 showcase ended, pre-orders opened up at select retailers, and fans scrambled to put their money down. The demand caused utter chaos online The pre-order system became jammed, with thousands or millions of people attempting to get onto the various sites. You would have to wonder if there'll be enough to go around.
Captain America star Chris Evans sends Twitter wild after accidentally sharing X-rated photo - Buzz.ie
Avengers actor Chris Evans has set social media alight after seemingly posting a 'd**k pic' online by accident on his Instgram page on Saturday night.
Avengers actor Chris Evans has set social media alight after seemingly posting a 'd**k pic' online by accident. The Marvel superstar added a video of his family playing the game Heads Up, which cut to a screenshot of his iPhone camera roll at the end. The camera roll contained a number of intimate snaps. Alongside the d**k pic was another snap which featured the star's face alongside the text "guard that p***y." The post was quickly deleted from Chris' Instagram account but not before fans started to gossip about the fail online. The identity of the person in the intimate snap is not known, despite speculation. In fact, the topic even became the number one Twitter trend at one point as fans went into meltdown. Taking to Twitter, one fan wrote: "WHY DOES CHRIS EVANS HAVE A PIC OF HIMSELF SAYING "GUARD THAT P***Y" ON HIS PHONE. IM SCREAMMMINGGG." Another added: "I honestly don't care about Chris Evans leaked nudes but I would like to hear the story behind this pic and why is it in his camera roll." A third teased: "Thank you, Chris Evans. We needed this." Chris Evans is yet to comment on the mishap. Meanwhile, Evans' fellow Avenger Mark Ruffalo - who plays Dr Bruce Banner/The Hulk in the Marvel series - tweeted some words of support for Chris. The star wrote: ". @ChrisEvans Bro, while Trump is in office there is nothing you could possibly do to embarrass yourself. See... silver lining." Earlier this summer Chris was linked to Mamma Mia! actress Lily James. The duo were snapped twice together in London and sneaking into the same hotel via different doors. Despite rumours of a romance neither of them have commented on the speculation.
NPHET meet today to review surge in cases in Dublin and Limerick - Buzz.ie
The National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET) is due to meet today to discuss the recent increase in the number of COVID-19 cases being reported...
The National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET) is due to meet today to discuss the recent increase in the number of COVID-19 cases being reported in Ireland. The meeting has been called as there have now been 1,781 coronavirus-related deaths, and a total of 30,164 confirmed cases in the Republic of Ireland. NPHET recently said that Dublin was the location of a vast increase in the number of cases nationally, while data shows that around half of all new cases in Dublin are being transmitted in private households. Meanwhile, the 14-day incidence rate in Dublin has risen to 70.8 cases per 100,000 people, according to the Health Protection Surveillance Centre - this rate was 53.2 six days ago. Speaking about the increase in cases ahead of this morning's meeting, Acting Chief Medical Officer Dr. Ronan Glynn said; "If something does not change, we will be in a worse position in a few weeks' time". Of the 84 new cases reported on Wednesday evening, 51 were in Dublin 51, 6 in Offaly, 5 in Kildare, and the remaining 22 cases are located in Cork, Donegal, Galway, Mayo, Meath, Roscommon, Tipperary, Westmeath, and Wicklow. 30% were confirmed to be associated with outbreaks or as close contacts of a confirmed case, while 8 cases have been identified as community transmission.
Every bug and fish that's leaving Animal Crossing this month - Buzz.ie
Here's every bug and fish leaving Animal Crossing: New Horizons for the Nintendo Switch when September rolls around this week.
There's a direct correlation between the time people have spent lockdown and the sales of Animal Crossing. The Nintendo Switch's most popular game is a social simulation where you create a home, interact with other villagers and enjoy the simple life. Some everyday basics see you try and catch bugs and fish for various rewards - but not all of them stick around. Here's a list of every bug and fish that's leaving the platform in the Northern Hemisphere on September 1. Bugs leaving Animal Crossing in September Common Bluebottle - Flying - 4am-7pm Great Purple Emperor - Flying - 4am-7pm Brown Cicada - On trees - 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Robust Cicada - On trees - 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Giant Cicada - On trees - 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Evening Cicada - On trees - 4 a.m. - 8 a.m., 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. Cicada Shell - On trees- All day Jewel Beetle - On tree stumps - All day Blue Weevil Beetle - On coconut trees - All day Scarab Beetle - On trees - 11 p.m. - 8 a.m. Drone Beetle - On trees- All day Saw Stag - On trees - All day Miyama Stag - On trees - All day Giant Stag - On trees - 11 p.m. - 8 a.m. Cyclommatus Stag - On coconut trees - 5 p.m. - 8 a.m. Golden Stag - On coconut trees - 5 p.m. - 8 a.m. Giraffe Stag - On coconut trees - 5 p.m. - 8 a.m. Horned Dynastid - On trees - 5 p.m. - 8 a.m. Horned Atlas - On coconut trees - 5 p.m. - 8 a.m. Horned Elephant - On coconut trees - 5 p.m. - 8 a.m. Horned Herucles - On coconut trees - 5 p.m. - 8 a.m. Walking Leaf - Near trees, disguised as furniture leaf - All day Every fish leaving Animal Crossing in September Killifish - Pond - Smallest shadow - All dayFrog - Pond - Small - All dayGiant Snakehead - Pond - X Large - 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.Napoleonfish - Sea - Largest- 4 a.m. - 9 p.m.Squid - Sea - Medium- All dayVampire squid - Ocean diving- 4 p.m. - 9 a.m.