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Slow motion shot of yellow tailed grunt schooling in the ocean

School of Fish - Clip 18

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Resolution: HD


Golden Fins in the Blue.

In the depths of the blue ocean, we find a breathtaking slow-motion footage of yellow-tailed grunt fish swimming together. The school moves through the water with a fluid grace, their bodies silver with distinctive horizontal stripes that glisten as they catch the light. The most striking feature of these fish is their vibrant yellow tails, which flash and shimmer like little suns against the calm blue backdrop. They swim with a deliberate, almost leisurely pace that belies the complexity of their group dynamics. Each fish in this aquatic video clip moves in sync with its neighbor, their tails fanning softly, propelling them forward in a display that is as peaceful as it is disciplined. This underwater ballet of yellow-tailed grunts showcases the simplicity and elegance of life beneath the waves.

Grunt Fish Schooling Routine Captured on High-quality Shot.

This clip slows down time to allow an up-close appreciation of yellow-tailed grunt fish as they school in the vast ocean. Filmed with the latest in underwater camera technology, it is crystal clear in both 2160p 4K and 1080p HD, capturing every detail from the stripes on their sides to the gentle movement of their fins. This visual marvel is perfect for various purposes, from educational documentaries on marine life to creating a tranquil atmosphere in public spaces or homes. The footage is versatile for display purposes, suitable for full-screen landscape orientations and portrait modes for mobile viewing, making it an excellent fit for digital platforms such as educational websites, social media, and virtual aquarium experiences.

Grunt fish, known scientifically as Haemulidae, are a family of fish that encompass various species and subspecies, each with its own unique characteristics. These typically reef-dwelling fish are named for the grunting noise they produce by grinding their teeth together, an action which is amplified by their air bladders. The grunt fish are recognized for their schooling behavior, which serves as a defense mechanism against predators and is a method for enhancing their foraging for food. These fish often exhibit a distinct coloration, usually a silvery body with hints of blue and a characteristic yellow tail, which can vary slightly among different species within the family. Grunt fish subspecies can be found in different regions, each adapted to its specific habitat, contributing to the overall biodiversity of marine ecosystems. This video offers a glimpse into their world, showing how these fascinating fish live and interact in their natural habitat.

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4K Clip

  • Codec: H264
  • Resolution: 3840×2160
  • Frame Rate: 29,97 fps
  • Bitrate: 100 Mbit/s

1080P Clip

  • Codec: H264
  • Resolution: 1920×1080
  • Frame Rate: 29,97 fps
  • Bitrate: 100 Mbit/s

Vertical Clip

  • Codec: H264
  • Resolution: 1080×1920
  • Frame Rate: 29,97 fps
  • Bitrate: 50 Mbit/s

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