A flock of killer whales played with a fish-moon

The underwater inhabitant called the fish-moon spends most of the time lying on its side, closer to the surface of the water. This feature of flat fish and used several killer whales in the Gulf of Kimbe, Papua New Guinea. Marine predators then pushed the unrequited creature to the surface, then drowned as deeply as possible. Fortunately, the moon has such a thick skin that it, like armor, protects it from external shocks.