There are mysteries in nature that are better left unsolved. The enigmas we are incapable of decoding could be the Earth’s strategy to safeguard those species which are otherwise vulnerable to man’s greed and cruelty.
Many are the examples that come to mind. For instance: have you ever heard of the Basking shark? An ocean creature that can grow to be ten meters long. It plows through the waters of the world and, ironically, often goes unnoticed. It disappears during the winter months, but shows up again in the spring. Where do these gentle giants of the ocean go? What do they do? Hypothetical explanations are all we have.
Last week an Italian news website, Ravenna Today, reported the sighting of an eight-meter-long basking shark in the Adriatic Sea, at about six miles off the coast of a city called Cervia.
Basking sharks are one of the biggest fish in…
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