Write about: an evolution.
More cleaning and organizing today. Also spent most of the morning in our local coffee shop with Kat, who enjoyed her hot chocolate very muchly.
Wrote mine while we were there... right after I finished writing two haiku because I was convinced it was Tuesday.
When humans first discovered them, deep in the jungles of Brazil, they garnered little international attention. No use for them was immediately apparent, and on top of that they weren't especially attractive.
The world had long since moved on a year later, at which point the first change in the creatures was documented. Nothing startling, but a few researchers were quietly intrigued by the speed of their adaptation.
Four months after that a second permutation was recorded. Many considered this impossible, insisting that it had simply been missed during initial observations.
The third and fourth mutations which occurred in the following weeks, however, were too dramatic to be brushed aside in the same manner. A tripling in size, the sudden development of perfect night vision.
The creatures had the world's full attention now.
But by then it was too late to stop them.