Drone spots odd geometric shapes swarming in South Pacific (VIDEO)
As the camera follows the group traveling slowly but steadily along the coast, it zooms in to reveal what really lies beneath: a huge school of cownose rays, swimming almost in unison.
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16/05/19 A school of #cownoseray cruising past #bondibeach early this morning. Well spotted Jotty 🤙We haven’t seen this before 🤙🤙 so it’s a first for #dronesharkapp. Two species of cownose Ray can be found in #australianwaters. Apparently they don’t come down as far as this so I’m assuming it’s the warmer water we have had recently. All our other action from this morning coming up.🤙. #stingray #marinelife #sealifeaquarium #sealifeaustralia #lovesealife #lovemarinelife #bondiaustralia #bondibeachaustralia #australiansealife #bondilife #dawnpatrol #dronephotographer #dronepilot
The incredible footage was captured from the skies by the Shark Drone App team, who provide a live streaming service for surfers, and monitor the waters near popular beaches for predatory sharks.Also on rt.com Daredevil surfer miraculously rescued between waves after wipeout on Portugal's Nazare coast (VIDEO)
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