This article tells some facts about ladybugs and has some photographs and videos of ladybugs as well.
There are two types of whale: those with teeth (the odontocetes) and those with baleen (the mysticetes). Both types make use of the abundant food resources in the Southern Ocean. The toothed whales include the huge sperm whale, although females and calves tend to stay farther north and the sperm whales spotted in Antarctic waters tend to be males. They feed mainly on squid, which they hunt in deep waters. More commonly seen is the killer whale, or orca, which can often be seen in groups, or pods, of between five and 40 individuals. They hunt cooperatively, preying on seals, fish, penguins, and even other whales. Two other species that are sometimes seen are the southern beaked and the southern bottlenose whale; little is known about these shy and elusive animals.
If one observes water bodies, one can locate lots of birds skimming right above the water surfaces. They do lots of things, such as using waterways as transit routes, feeding spots, etc. But why do many birds choose to skim right above the water surfaces?