1908 photo of Old Tom and a Davidson whaler. For over a century, orcas (killer whales) returned to Eden, NSW, Australia, to hunt with the Davidson family. The pod would "summon" the whalers by "tail-flopping" before leading the Davidson whalers to the hunt. When it was over, the orcas were left to claim their "share" and the whalers would later collect the remains. This arrangement was called “the law of the tongue”. The orcas also protected the whalers from sharks if they went overboard.
The Pacu Fish, You probably don’t need much explanation as to why the residents of Papua New Guinea call this fish a “ball cutter.” The local fishermen were really worried about the safety of their testicles when they had to get in the water!
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