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Gannets Diving for Fish

Hitting the water at speeds around 88 kilometres per hour (55 miles per hour), gannets can dive “like torpedoes hitting the water,” before they swim around underwater to catch fish. This stunning footage from PBS Nature’s Wild Way of the Vikings, narrated by Ewan McGregor, captures the gannets’ diving and hunting capabilities.

diving gannets
diving gannets
Next, watch this incredible sardine run feeding frenzy, this Kingfisher hunting for fish on the River Shannon, learn why peregrine falcons are the fastest animals on Earth and how penguins launch from the sea.

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