In order to feed, a humpback whale must eat about 3 tons of fish. To simplify their tasks, these marine mammals have come up with a new way to absorb a ton of fish at a time. Recently, scientists were fortunate enough to photograph a fish eating trick on video.
The hunchbacks realized that for the maximum catch they need to swim in those places where birds feed. When are seagulls, guillemots or grooms begin to dive into the water for prey, whales open their huge jaws.
Fishes think that they are hiding from voracious birds, but in fact fall into the trap from the water cycle. Whale creates a kind pool, and then just swallows everything that was able to catch.
Scientists were able to shoot video of such feeding northeast coast of Vancouver (Canada).