Our picks for the week of Jan. 24-30: 

• Check out these newly discovered creatures of the deep. In some cases, they've been around for millions of years, but this is the first time humans have laid eyes on them.

• Speaking of things you don't see very often, NASA has created a personal flying suit.

Bootleg Botox is popping up all over the country, and officials are concerned that terrorists might get their hands on it.

Are glaciers on thin ice? Yes, they are melting, but not at a uniform rate — and that's the problem.

• Jerry Springer is deeper than you think. The talk show host talks to MNN about global warming and why we can't leave a mess for future generations.

• Media columnist Ken Edelstein says it's time for President Obama to channel his inner Harry Truman (left).

• Our food blogger writes a trio of posts about why family dinner matters and how you can make it happen.

• Rosie O'Donnell's new girlfriend is helping the whole family go green.

• Steve Jobs trotted out a new device this week — in case you hadn't heard. Shea Gunther rattles off the iPad's new green features.
• If your boss isn't around, spend a few minutes with this collection of 39 great green clips from South Park. We promise it'll make you laugh.
PLUS: Don't miss the week in photos, with striking images marking the Year of the Tiger and more.
MNN week in review: Bizarre sea creatures and botox's evil twin
Catch up on the environmental headlines from Mother Nature Network for the week of Jan. 24-30.