The same principle appears to hold for supermassive black holes too.
Would Endurance even be able to fly that close to a supermassive black hole without being disintegrated by the force of it?
Unlike a forest sustaining a small population of predators, most galaxies have only one supermassive black hole.
The observable Universe contains around 100 billion large galaxies and a comparable number of supermassive black holes.
Did supermassive black holes like the one in M87 get that way by eating stars?