I think that its odd that one of the largest mammals on the planet eats one of
the smallest creatures in existence: krill. Krill are essentially tiny
shrimp. And whales thrive on these little critters. But how do they
catch them? Watch in this video posted by BBCEarth on April 11, 2012. The technique used by the whales is called "bubble netting."
While I still don't quite get how an animal that size can consist on creatures smaller than the bait shrimp I use when fishing, I can't help but admire the technique...