It wasn't Cthulhu. It wasn't Godzilla. And it wasn't even a rabid killer whale. The mysterious animal that had killed and eaten the nine-foot great white shark and had stumped scientists turned out to be a super predator feared by even apex predators like the great white shark. So what was it?
I'm all for people risking their lives and getting a thrill out of jumping from anywhere in the world. But I'm not a fan of people who get their dog along for the ride. As fun as it may look, I'm pretty sure the dog—who doesn't understand what the hell is going on—is not a fan of it either, even while he looks calm.
Humans aren't the only mammals to make friends: elephants, horses, whales and plenty more form strong social bonds that aren't connected to reproduction, but it's only the smartest that do. Why is that?