On the off chance that you need to see a person do astounding things and get imaginative as all damnation, ingrain incredible, extraordinary trepidation in them. It truly draws out the excellence in them. Simply ask Mike Tyson how he could violently thump out any and everybody in his way in the start of his profession. Then again Usain Bolt how he’s ready to run so quick in the Olympics.
But if you’re looking for an example of true fear as the inspiration for quick and creative thinking, then look no further than the animal kingdom.
Like this seal who decided to flop onto a boat to escape a Killer Whale.
The seal jumped back into the water earlier, and then tries coming back on once it realizes there are tons of hungry orcas looking for a meal.
The seal even tries to use the boat’s engine to protect itself from the predators.
I know it’s the circle of life and everything, but I really wanted this little guy to make it.
And thankfully, he did.
As far as we know, anyway. The seal manages to escape the whales as it returns back into the water, meanwhile, people in the boat congratulate it on its quick-thinking evasive tactics.
Godspeed, seal bro.
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