It was breeding season. In the sea, newborn whales learn breaching. At some point, seagulls realized that whale fat - a good source of food - could be obtained by pecking the mammal during breathing. Scientists noticed the increase in this behavior and later found evidence of wounds and infection from this attacks on dead whales on the beaches. Over time, the breathing behavior of whales changed, became shorter, with less exposed body. Infants must learn fast and adapt. On the beaches, exhausted elephant seals protect their young calves from gulls that feed on the placenta and charge against their young. Nature is ruthless. And clever. But it is not untouched. Not anymore. Ice blocks fall off the glaciers faster and faster, mountain ice defrosts in the Andes earlier every year, sea levels are rising. Everyone is struggling to survive. But how fast can life adapt? The world is rapidly changing and climate crisis shapes new seasons of life and death.