Time to add something other than birds, even pink ones.
This is a pod of Dolphins pushing fish to the shore. A group around the South Carolina Lowcountry is one of the few that have learned to herd and ‘strand’ fish on the shore.
This particular hunt included 6 adults. A young calf was swimming off shore in water a little deeper.
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That’s insane! Like they’re all woven into one another. I suppose they stay that tight to efficiently round up their prey. Incredible!
Before they push to shore the group circles the schools of fish, swimming fast, and finally all herd towards the shore. The fish race ahead and beach themselves, Dolphins right behind.