Text: wu jialiang (lecturer of general education foundation course at the chinese university of hong kong)
Photo: radio television hong kong What bothers you the most while sleeping? Nightmare? The sound of a sports car coming from the window? For me, it's the logo design mosquitoes that bother me the most. It will fly around in your ear, make an obnoxious hum, and stare at your blood. It weighs only 2.5 to 10 milligrams, one ten-millionth of a human body weight, but it keeps us awake and uncomfortable all night.
On the other side of the world, in the waters off the valdes peninsula in argentina, there is a whale that is a thousand times heavier than us. The creatures were embarrassed and even lost their lives. The latest episode of the outsourcing popular science program "Ocean hunter" from hong kong and taiwan is about to lead us to see this marine spectacle.
The waters off the valdes peninsula in argentina were originally a haven for southern right whales to mate, give birth and nurse their calves. Harmonious coast Let's turn the clock back fifty years ago. Southern right whales are swimming freely in the bay. This is their comfort zone for mating,