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#18 - swiftarrow
Reply +67
(07/25/2013) [-]
2 humpback whales eating... you see the ******** of splashes in the water just before they arrive? That's a school of fish trying to escape them.
#70 to #18 - heckyesss
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(07/26/2013) [-]
I'm fairly positive it might actually be partly because of the way they catch said fish, they create a net of bubbles, to trap them in, and that could just be said bubbles, rising to the surface.
#80 to #70 - deathstare
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(07/26/2013) [-]
You see fish jumping. Those are fish. Bubbles is a true fact, but those are fish.
#48 to #18 - scorcho
Reply +4
(07/26/2013) [-]
mmm damn right i'd hump their backs. das some fine ass whales right there
#38 to #18 - grandterskrasao
Reply +3
(07/26/2013) [-]
i believe thats actually krill, and while im not sure what animal it stands as, i think it closely resembles a cross between plankton and shrimp....

could be completely wrong and making an ass of myself but meh
#56 to #38 - pillowmeister
Reply +2
(07/26/2013) [-]
humpback whales eat fish
they surround them asa group using bubbles to keep them all in one place, and when they're made a big ball of fish, they rise from below and eat them
#62 to #56 - zaphodcoolfrood
Reply +2
(07/26/2013) [-]
SCIENCE
#36 to #18 - RisenLichen
Reply 0
(07/26/2013) [-]
They realized that too late.