Off the coast of Florida, cold currents carry millions of grey mullet to their spawning grounds farther south. Despite beachgoers, the fish hug the shores to avoid predators in the deeper waters. But predators still find them.
The hungry hunters barely make a dent, but the scene is impressive, especially when the silvery tarpon turn on their sides to avoid the pre-strike attention of their prey.
Being in a swarm of small fish can be tough. Watch these feeding frenzies next:
• Flying Fish, hunted underwater and in the air
• Predators Attack Fish Bait Ball
• Sardine Feeding Frenzy: Whale, Shark, Dolphin, Sea Lion
• The Gathering Swarms: Sardine Run off the coast of South Africa
Plus: Why do fish school?
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