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Aug 18 2021 | Posted In: Original Articles
By Anthony Palumbi and Stephen Palumbi Photo credit: Elias Levy, Cropped. Creative Commons Attribution 2.0    
Aug 18 2021 | Posted In: Original Articles
By Anthony Palumbi and Stephen Palumbi A circle of human noises, a vicious pounding of floating engines, ringed a stinking patch of ocean that had been converted into a death stage. It reeked of oily chum. But she could not bear to go around it – it pulled her close.
Aug 18 2021 | Posted In: Original Articles
By Anthony Palumbi and Stephen Palumbi Shooting back and forth in angry sprints, pups forgotten, the predator part of her brain took over and Hennessey arrowed into the dangerous ring, flashing into a scene of unrestrained violence. All around was a thrashing, feeding frenzy by dozens of sharks –...
Aug 18 2021 | Posted In: Original Articles
By Anthony Palumbi and Stephen Palumbi The sea still steamed with offal. The surface reeked with the death of her kind. But the detonations had ended, the whirling froth of the human engines had subsided. Like most of the frenzies of the sea, this one was calming. She swam a few last lazy circles...
Aug 18 2021 | Posted In: Original Articles
By Anthony Palumbi and Stephen Palumbi   She shadowed the object with ancient caution and a fencer’s grace. Lifting her right fin, she swung minutely to her left, passing it, sensing it.  A mammalian scent lit up her hunter’s brain. She pirouetted to the right, spinning back around for another...
Aug 18 2021
By Anthony Palumbi and Stephen Palumbi The skinny, tumbling prey had only increased the clamor of her body for food. And so she patrolled ahead, instinctively following an ocean road in her memory. Her electric sense knew the rocky paths of the sea floor, the smooth sand below. It knew the volcanic...
Aug 18 2021 | Posted In: Original Articles
By Anthony Palumbi and Stephen Palumbi These seals were lean, agile, and fast. They could twist almost in half, and change their direction in a heartbeat. They could accelerate to impossible speeds that left only bubbles behind. To catch them, she had to be a better shark than they were a seal, a...
Aug 18 2021 | Posted In: Original Articles
By Anthony Palumbi and Stephen Palumbi The sea bed fell away beneath her - so that the floor of the world gradually darkened to the ocean green of deep water. She was one of the largest creatures in the sea, but she was reduced to a speck by the miles of water all around. She traveled in a rhythm...

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