|Posted: May 2, 2007, 11:00 pm - IP Logged|
Did you see the seals eating the penguins on Discovery? Talk about odds. When they first documented it, and then filmed it, that must have freaked them out. One would never think that these two seemingly non competitive species would be at such odds is surprising. I would have bet against this happening. But, I believe that overfishing by european, scandanavian, russian, south american, japanese, canadian, mexican, african, and central american fishing fleets is the root cause of this predator prey mix-up. Only the u.s.a., australia, rod stewart, and new zealand practice fishery conservation in the worlds oceans. Really.
My point is: if it wasn't for overfishing, seals wouldn't eat penguins, the odds would be against it happening.
Zorak says: "Once again the humans upset the balance of nature!"