Grunion Life Risking Phenomenon

Grunion Life Risking Phenomenon

The grunion fish risks its life by leaving the water to bury its eggs in the sand about 5 centimetres down. To do this successfully, it waits for the full moon when there is high tide, comes ashore riding the waves and then leaves through the receding waters. If they fail to leave before the tide withdraws, they die on the shore.

Many animals go to great lengths to prepare their young for survival in life. We, as parents, can make sure our young children are taken care of if we are no longer around through a trust.