Over many millennia, dolphins have evolved to hunt fish with precision, wandering the oceans in pods in search of food.
While this is a daily occurrence for dolphins, it’s not easy for humans to catch them in the act — they usually travel further from the shore to find food.
A team member at Monterey Bay Aquarium caught spectacular footage showing about 1,000 dolphins on a mass hunt.
Over many millennia, dolphins have evolved to hunt with skill and precision, wandering the oceans in pods in search of food.
This is a daily occurrence for dolphins and one which usually takes place far from land, but this week, something much more exciting happened.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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