¡No me comas vivo! = Don't eat me alive!
Laverde Rami¿¿rez, Melissa
Leal Cortés, Darío Andrés
A shark and a lobster discuss their eating habits and those of humans. The shark swears that he never attacks unless attacked. Humans have crazy ideas about the cartilage in shark fins and about sea cucumbers and sea lions. In the Galapagos everything has enough food. It is only humans that think that they do not have enough food. When the lobster mentions that humans boil lobsters to death and then eat them, both animals swim fast to get away from the humans. The final picture has wonderful color and gives a sense of the shark's getaway and the lobster's panic.
Fundación Hogares Juveniles Campesinos