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Why are blue whales so enormous? | MRP

Hear is a link to Cognitive Media’s latest Ted Ed lesson by Asha de Vos.

I have been working on lighting and camera elements of the film which asks Why are blue whales so enormous?

Blue whales are the largest animals on the planet, but what helps them grow to the length of a basketball court? This animation explains why the size of krill make them the ideal food for the blue whale — it’s as if the blue whale was made to eat krill (and krill was made to be eaten by the blue whale).
Lesson by Asha de Vos

Also be shore to check out Cognitive Media’s blog post ‘licence to krill’ featuring a host behind the scenes imagery and explanation of how the film was created.

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