Dolphin Superpod Stampede (video/odd)

| March 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

Some blessed whale watchers in Dana Point, CA were treated to every amazing display of a dolphin superpod! There was some about 2,000 dolphins participating in the stampede as they collectively worked together to shape a mob to gather food. Dolphins are pungent creations and some species have absolutely developed socially communal and cooperative hunting practices, meaning they’ve figured out that seeking for food in larger numbers is superiority and more efficient than doing it alone.

Dolphins normally live in pods through up to a dozen members, bound groups of them will work in the same time to hunt as seen in the footage. Events like this communal pabulum gathering normally has more than 1,000 members and this feature superpod is “probably determined by the contain of dolphins able to be sustained through . the school of prey,” according to Animal Planet News.
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