Man Swims Through School Of Fish

chiltepinPublished: November 7, 2013Updated: November 11, 201313,550 views
Published: November 7, 2013Updated: November 11, 2013

The world in the oceans is a fantastic place. The world inside that contains a lot of plants and animals that are amazing to explore, see a lot of different species of fish and enjoy the aquatic life because it’s one of the most intruding places on Earth.
This man decided to take a swim in the ocean and enjoy the crystal clear water when he saw a school of fish looking like a big sea monster! Isn’t it incredible? Have you ever seen a sight like this before at the beach? Would you be willing to walk right into that, because, the man on the video was not afraid to dive right into the school of fish? What an amazing video!

The ocean is the last great frontier on earth. It covers 71% of our planet’s surface, and scientists estimate that 95% of it is yet be explored. Wow! From the tiny to the Titanic, from the familiar to the undiscovered, the ocean offers a stunning diversity of <a href="https://rumble.com/v34bdh-divers-discover-marine-life-in-the-sea-of-cortez.html" target="_blank">marine life</a> and nearly every kind of habitat imaginable.

Ocean life is one a player in numerous life cycles that exist to keep up the balance of whole life cycle. The evolved way of life is exceedingly dependent on sea animals. In this manner, aquatic life has a massive significance in this world.

Fish are one of the oldest animal family in the world, which means they rule the world! They were on Earth even before dinosaurs, and they still thrive, which pretty amazing. They don’t have lungs, and they breathe by taking oxygen from the water by their mouths and passes over their gills, and that makes them so different from other animals.

There are over 30.000 species of fish, some of them are omnivores, and some of them eat smaller fish and are carnivores. The largest fish in the world is the whale shark which is 40 feet ( 12 meters) long, and the smallest one is the Paedocypris progenetica, and they can grow up to 0.31 inch (7.9 millimeters), and the interesting fact about them is that they were recently discovered.
Some fish live in the depth of the water, and some fish live close to the surface. Fish form a school of fish just like these in the video, to protect themselves from predators, to swim more efficient and improve their foraging. It’s in their genes, and they know exactly what to do to protect themselves.

We are so amazed by their formation, and we think that is incredibly brilliant! Just take a look at this <a href="https://rumble.com/v4vmr7-amazing-scuba-diver-gets-lost-in-enourmous-skool-of-fish.html" target="_blank">scuba diver as he gets lost in an enormous school of fish</a>, and the sight is terrifying and mesmerizing at the same time.

Scuba diving in the Galapagos is the best experience! The Volcanic topography makes home to many species of wildlife, above and below the waves. Thousands of fish schooling together on the reefs produce these gigantic bait balls. Check out what happens when you swim right through one!?

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