Re: Best of the logo *ideas* so far
Martin Schulze wrote:
> Philipp Frauenfelder wrote:
> > Jonathan Walther <firstname.lastname@example.org> Thu, 18 Feb 1999 13:18:45
> > -0800 (PST) (22:18 CET):
> > > 1: Orca whale. I love it! Orcas are big and friendly looking, kinda like
> > > dolphins, but you sure wouldn't want to mess with them, they're a hell of a
> > > lot more dangerous.
> > If I'm not mistaken, Orcas like penguins. For breakfast or the
> > like.
> I don't hink so. Penguins are probably too big for whales. Unless
> I'm totally mistaken - and I'm studying biology - whales eat little
> creatures, little shrimps and the like, called plancton (Plankton
> in German).
Some types of whales - baleen whales - survive on plankton. However,
other whales - orcas, also known as killer whales - are carnivores that
are more than capable of eating penguins. (My dictionary says "preys on
large fish, seals, and whales.") I rather like the orca whale as a logo,
despite and partially because of their fondness for penguins. If any one
asks about it, we can just smile enigmatically.
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