In the following 90-second clip, courtesy of BBC Earth’s One Life, a pod of bottlenose dolphins demonstrate their immense hunting ability. Having realised that fish are easier to capture when out of water, a female dolphin, while being shadowed by her remaining pod, swims in a circle while simultaneously beating her tail against the seabed, the […]

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