Animal behaviour is of great interest to me. Schooling fish have no permanent leader - no clear direction. Sometimes they hold a tight shape for a while; sometimes they move towards one direction rapidly. I think about the human world when I see such an interesting subject like this - we debate the direction; we argue left or right; we discuss how to make a better world; each side tells us they are going to make the world better; the questioning never ends; is there an answer, and if so, what is the answer?
In the schooling fish world, how do they work those questions out?
Maybe the audience will have their own questions and answers.
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