An underwater camera tries to film wild Pantropical Spotted dolphins that swim very close to a boat. This species are very skilled swimmers on both daylight or in the dark. They spend most of their time in surface waters, but they occasionally dive into depths up to 1,000 feet, mainly to catch their prey, as there are larger concentrations of life in deeper waters. In this video we can see that it was not easy to film them at a short distance; however from far we can see their beautiful and coordinated jumps while moving from place to place.


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