Wait for it…

Via on Sep 1, 2011

Mother Nature Wow of the Day (via Reddit): a bad morning for these fish just got worse (think it turned bad for one of those turtles or what-have-I.

None of these animals are vegan, clearly:

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In late summer the plankton bloom is at its height. Vast shoals of herring gather to feed on it, diving birds round the fish up into a bait ball and then a humpback whale roars in to scoop up the entire ball of herring in one huge mouthful.

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One Response to “Wait for it…”

  1. Atalwin says:

    I am Dutch and Dutch people like to eat herring. Here on the market one herrings costs $3.40 (E2.50). I think that whale just swallowed more than $1000,- of herring in one go. I could not afford to take him out for dinner. :-)

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