Articles Tagged ‘Paulie Apostolides’
It begins with a splash. The ocean’s waters may ripple, and amidst the pounding Atlantic surf there is, at first, a delicate disturbance on the surface. In moments, though, the surface becomes a frothing scrum, with predators mercilessly slaughtering prey. There is a sound of a crowd, a massive swarm, cheering a game-winning touchdown pass. This is the result of a feeding frenzy. Thousands—perhaps millions—of animals fight for freedom or food in the dance of life and survival.