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Large schools of snapper fish slowly moving over coral reefs

School of Fish - Clip 21

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Undersea Marine Fish Coexistence.

The undersea video clip reveals a vast, slow-moving tapestry of fish above a coral reef, a mingling of snappers and surgeonfish in a serene underwater ballet. The snappers, with their more rounded bodies and a palette of earthy hues, swim alongside the sleeker, more vibrant surgeonfish, known for their striking colors and prominent, scalpel-like spines on their tails. This interspecies school moves with a gentle fluidity, each fish a part of a larger, harmonious group that respects each other's space and pace. The coral reef below, a living foundation of shapes and textures, provides a rich backdrop to this peaceful assembly. The fish in the shot glide over it, their fins waving softly, in a display of coexistence that is as natural as it is beautiful, embodying the symbiotic relationships that define these diverse ecosystems.

Footage of Snapper and Surgeonfish Species Forming Large Colony.

This clip captures a large school of fish, comprising both snappers and surgeonfish, as they navigate the waters above a coral reef. The footage, taken in high resolution, showcases the varied colors and forms of these fish in great detail, with both 2160p 4K and 1080p HD options available. The scene is tranquil and breathtaking, making the shot suitable for educational purposes to illustrate ecosystem diversity, or as calming visual content for relaxation spaces. It is prepared for diverse display formats, from the wide vistas of landscape mode to the close-up views of portrait mode, ensuring it is perfect for multiple social media platforms, including large public displays and personal devices.

In the ocean, different species of fish, such as snappers and surgeonfish, often share habitats and resources, swimming in mixed schools. This behavior exemplifies the peaceful cohabitation and mutual understanding that can exist among different species. Both types of fish contribute to the well-being of the coral reef ecosystem, with snappers often feeding on smaller fish and invertebrates, while surgeonfish may graze on algae. Together, they create a balance that helps to maintain the health and diversity of the reef. Their ability to live and swim in harmony, despite their differences, offers a compelling vision of cooperation that ensures the survival and prosperity of their populations. This mixed school of fish, with its seamless integration and shared living space, reflects the interconnectedness of life beneath the waves.

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Formats & Resolutions

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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