Researching whales is like reading the code of Godx in real-time.
We don't write code we read it, we see it, we understand it's sacred nature.
"A humpback whale will blow a “net” made of bubbles and then splash its flippers at the net’s weak parts to reinforce them before lunging to swallow the captured prey (illustrated in yellow), a study finds. The research was conducted under NOAA permits #14122 and #18529."
Image credit: K. KOSMA/ROYAL SOCIETY OPEN SCIENCE 2019