Like many dolphin and whale species, Humpback whales have an intricate fishing system. A small group of whales using rolls of herders, a caller, and a leader can all work together to consume a large meal for all of them. The most interesting part of this hunting technique is the use of a "Bubble Net" that the whales make by blowing bubbles to trap and contain the fish while they get in position. Watch the video to understand this interesting and complex teamwork.
Crystallizing water forms repeating patterns in snowflakes and on frosty surfaces. The patterns have inspired claims about the power of consciousness to affect matter, as well as one of the first described fractal curves, the Koch snowflake.