May 272015

I viewed Asha de Vos’s “Why are blue whales so enormous” ted lesson and I liked it because it was informative and the animation was well done . The most interesting thing I learned in this talk is that a blue whale’s esophagus is so small it could choke on a loaf of bread, or maybe that it’s heart is the size of a small car that a child can crawl through. The animation is sort of like something out of the Muppets, and it is used in many creative ways. I loved this talk and I highly urge you to watch it. I hope you like it just as much as I did.