More pictures from our hiked yesterday!...Today was another warmer day at 75 degrees. Mom and I, supposed to go to Redondo beach since we are closer to the town already. But, something came up and mom had to changed plans for today’s agendas. It still turned out great satur-date with mom! Had our early dinner at the Korean bbq And ended our night watching “Crazy rich Asians” 🤓😎
I am in a city where Angelina Jolie’s movie “The Red Piano” was based. I am exploring new things and the most famous site here is the Angkor Temples, considered one of the wonders of the world. I am also loving smoothies:
A sperm whale dives to the depths of the ocean off southern Sri Lanka. Once thought to be the deepest divers in our oceans, they were recently dethroned by a more elusive species, the Cuvier’s beaked whale, who exceeded the sperm whale record by about 1000m (diving to 3000m). But the sperm whale has more to offer, besides having the longest intestines, their odd, rectangular heads are about a quarter nose and are home to the biggest brain of all. The snout, or spermaceti organ, is filled with a fine-grade oil that made this species popular with the whalers of old. It lit the homes of the wealthy and lubricated the industrial revolution. But to the sperm whales this organ serves a more valuable function as it is the basis of the most powerful sonar system in the natural world, thereby giving sperm whales a distinct advantage in the hunt for the elusive resources of the deep oceans. .
In tropical waters, sperm whales are often seen in large groupings. Family-based units comprising of mothers and daughters that stay together their entire lives and share in the tasks of caring for their young and defending from predators. The males swim down from the cold waters to mate, and after a matter of hours, are on their way again.
While we often assume that culture is a human-centric trait, research on this species has shown that sperm whale communities possess culture and that this cultural diversity may be crucial for their survival as the effects of our own human culture change the oceanic environment.
Thanks to The National Geographic Society for the support for our research on the sustainability of the whale-watching industry of southern Sri Lanka. .
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📸 Elfin Lakes, my favorite hike here !
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Don’t allow yourself to be defined by another person. Indulge in solitude.
“Loneliness is one thing, solitude is another” - Friedrich Nietzsche
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"Always find time for the things that make you feel happy to be alive." #moonlovers🌛
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