What a combo:
Laphroaig & Blue Planet II

It was great seeing sperm whales, spinner dolphins, lantern fish and a whale shark, while enjoying a dram. It doesn't get any better.

Maybe I need to re-evalute whisky on Sunday nights, I'm making lots of typos this morning. 😃

I'll have another coffee, that'll fix things. ☕

Sunday night whisky is back on (as if it was seriously in doubt). Typos are due to cruft under keys on left side of keyboard. Phew!

@fitheach If it's any consolation, I haven't finished my first cup of caffeine and I first read this as whales, dolphins, fish, and sharks enjoying a dram of Laphroaig. It was a confusing visual in my head. Like, how does the whiskey stay in their little glasses under water?

Not far off what was shown in the programme. Baby sperm whale was suckling. I don't know how it did it, as it didn't seem to have the right design of lips. Sure enough the images showed a cloudiness around mother and baby. Mr Attenborough said the baby whale drinks about a bath full of milk per day. Also, the milk is the fattest produced by any mammal.

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