Here’s a little painting for all you marine biologists (or marine lovers) out there, of a whale shark feeding frenzy. The biggest fish on earth eats microscopic plankton – tons of it! There are thousands of species of plankton which come in excessively beautiful shapes and forms. Phytoplankton (planktonic plant forms) emit more oxygen than the world’s rainforests!
Whale sharks are completely harmless to anything except plankton.
When starlings congregate in vast groups and dance in the evening sky before going to roost, it's called a murmuration.
The original painting is no longer available, and is shown here for your viewing pleasure. However, you can buy prints and I have greetings cards
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