Giant Shrimp Invade The Gulf Of Mexico
This story has been making the rounds.
Seems the big concern is that these big shrimp will eat all the little shrimp, thereby decimating the shrimping industry of the Gulf Coast.
I don't know much about shrimp outside of the fact that they are yummier than the President's dog, but my understanding is that they tend to 'school'. Are we seeing the beginning of a scenario where a school of these giant shrimp swoop down on a school of smaller shrimp and gobble them up? If so, this does not necessarily have to be a bad thing.
Instead, we will have schools of giant size shrimp cruising the Gulf Of Mexico, just waiting for a Forest Gump to come along and net them up for market.
It means more plentiful (and cheaper) large-size shrimp for the masses, and my grill.
Maybe the 'failed' farming attempt will prove out to be more successful in the long run than planned.
Wouldn't that be a hoot?