Someone I worked with recently recommended that I should watch: My Octopus Teacher on Netflix. It's an incredibly beautiful and moving documentary about an Octopus in a kelp forest and a diver.
To digress for a paragraph or a second. I was standing at the pier waiting for the ferry last week and two work colleagues and I were watching Jelly fish close to the harbour wall. I asked one of my workmates what purpose did Jellyfish serve? He wasn't sure!
That night I asked Doctor Google and I read that they don't have brains, eyes or a heart and are made up of ninety five percent water. They eat plankton and fish eat them. They are all part of the food chain and all creatures play a part in providing food for every living creature.
That's the same message I get from the documentary. It's incredibly beautiful, poignant and sheds a light on the world under the water. It's excellent!