I would also like to post this video, of a not sure hobby fisherman, who fishes off the coast of Cornwall UK, he shows, the multitude of wildlife that exists under rock pools off the coast and under the sea. I have been using this as a distraction, at this time, I found this fascinating, we think we are aware of life above ground, but the ocean and seas we live upon are a mystery to us, this is an example of rock pooling foraging, and what can be seen and obtained as food. Makes me wonder what the bounty of our ancestors was available, before the advent in industrial marine farming.
Just thought this was interesting, he is very knowledgeable, also very aware of sustanable sea resources.
I love this guy and his squirrel adventurers! I watched his first video a while back, and it really made my day, week, probably month! This second video is as good. Highly recommended, the best antidepressant
If anybody wants to watch the first one, here it is:
Insolite Tisserands - oiseaux des savanes d'Afrique australe, construire des nids plus grands que n'importe quel oiseau, pesant souvent des tonnes et durent des décennies, et abritant des colonies pouvant atteindre plusieurs centaines d'oiseaux.
Unusual Weavers - birds of the southern African savannahs, build nests larger than any bird, often weighing tons and lasting for decades, and housing colonies of up to several hundred birds.