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There’s nothing more magical than watching hundreds of dolphins race along the coastline.
A video shared by the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California shows just that.
There are few things more magical in this world than hundreds of dolphins racing through the wild Monterey Bay on a foggy fall morning pic.twitter.com/qag7C9W6Ag— Monterey Bay Aquarium (@MontereyAq) September 5, 2018
“There are few things more magical in this world than hundreds of dolphins racing through the wild Monterey Bay on a foggy fall morning,” the aquarium said in a post on social media.
The aquarium said that the hundreds of dolphins were what in what is known as a “superpod” and they were “hot on tails of billions of baitfish.”
For the last week, a superpod of common dolphins hundreds strong has been racing the Monterey Bay, hot on the tails of billions of baitfish. This video was filmed on Labor Day just off of Point Pinos in Pacific Grove, and is being played back at half speed. pic.twitter.com/0FugXifdSH— Monterey Bay Aquarium (@MontereyAq) September 5, 2018
They also added that the video, which was slowed down to half speed, was filmed on Labour Day. The aquarium did say that the pod returned on this past Thursday, making another pass by the back deck of their facility.