Eneke was resting and feeling safe and she needed to save energy so she allowed herself to go into a daydream mode. She had found a coral crevice at the bottom of the coral reef and she let herself drift reducing her activity and metabolism so she could gain the same restorative functions as nocturnal sleep does in humans. You see most fish do not have eyelids except for sharks, can you imagine sleeping with your eyes wide open?
The calm water around her came alive with a swoosh. Dreading what she might see, Eneke turned around slowly and spotted a small shark that was grazing the bottom of the ocean floor. The shark was hungry and looking for breakfast but Eneke had no intention of becoming a meal. She stayed as still as she could while her small body awoke. Then she darted out of hiding and she swam as fast as she could past the shark taking it by surprise and farted. Her Dad had shown her how to use fart bubbles, which creates toxic bubbles and harms your opponent. Then she darted back to her crevice and watched as the shark swam away looking for easier prey.