In the Arctic the ice is a safe place for many sea creatures, including the Narwhale, Beluga and Seal. With the ice receding Orcas are able to move further north to get to their favorite tasty foods.
Local fishermen have seen the prey of Orcas act in fear as they approach, one example is the Seal. As a pod of Orcas approached a Seal would rather jump into a fisherman's boat than face the Orca.
Thanks to Marine Biologist Ree Brennin on the Ocean Endeavour who pointed out that a fossilized T-Rex tooth had no difference compared to the tooth of a Orca (Killer Whale). The Orca is one powerful creature! I couldn't help but do a Shrimp n' lobster cartoon. I still have a few more Arctic cartoons under my belt!
Methane gas is more powerful than C02, making our environment more vulnerable to global warming, learn about it HERE!
Seems that Shrimp n' Lobster took a dinner break with a very hungry Walrus. Learn about the Walrus eating habits HERE.
Shrimp goes over the top with his Narwhal costume. Learn about the Narwhal, the "Unicorn" of the sea HERE and why they don't have a dorsal fin.
Shrimp n' Lobster explore why the Polar bear is headed North! Look for the reason HERE!
Turns out the Yeti Crab is quite social! Learn about their living arrangements in the deep ocean. Check out their wild living situation HERE!
The Arctic has become quite popular among the five nations who lay claim on its rich mineral deposits which are now becoming easily available due to rapid melting ice. Learn about the politics involved to claim a piece of this territory here!
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