Amazing video shows hundreds of dolphins in a superpower chase fish off the coast of California

Stunning video filmed on the coast of northern California shows hundreds of dolphins swimming along the coast while chasing the fish

Stunning video filmed on the coast of northern California shows hundreds of dolphins swimming along the coast while chasing the fish.

The video was recorded on Monday by Patrick Webster, who produces social networking content for Monterey Bay Aquarium.

It shows about 1,000 dolphins in a super power – or a large gathering of marine mammals in an area where there is an abundance of food.

Dolphins often travel in pods made up of dozens of species.

Because they are considered intelligent and socially developed creatures, traveling together in groups helps them care for the weakest or sickest individual dolphins.

Superpods are when more than one pod comes together in search of food.

Stunning video filmed on the coast of northern California shows hundreds of dolphins swimming along the coast while chasing the fish

Stunning video filmed on the coast of northern California shows hundreds of dolphins swimming along the coast while chasing the fish

The video was recorded on Monday by Patrick Webster, who produces social networking content for Monterey Bay Aquarium.

The video was recorded on Monday by Patrick Webster, who produces social networking content for Monterey Bay Aquarium.

The video was recorded on Monday by Patrick Webster, who produces social networking content for Monterey Bay Aquarium.

Show approximately 1,000 dolphins in a super power - or a large gathering of marine mammals in an area where there is an abundance of food

Show approximately 1,000 dolphins in a super power - or a large gathering of marine mammals in an area where there is an abundance of food

Show approximately 1,000 dolphins in a super power – or a large gathering of marine mammals in an area where there is an abundance of food

Webster said he saw the ocean "come alive" when he noticed that the dolphins swam unusually near the shore

Webster said he saw the ocean "come alive" when he noticed that the dolphins swam unusually near the shore

Webster said he saw the ocean "come alive" & # 39; when he noticed that the dolphins swam unusually near the shore

Webster said he saw the ocean "come alive" & # 39; when he noticed that the dolphins swam unusually near the coast, according to the Los Angeles Times.

This particular superpod had been circling the coast of Monterey Bay for about a week.

"It was one of the most amazing experiences to see the water being alive with squeaking and splashing dolphins," Webster said.

& # 39; They will get up and they will look at you, and you can see that they are reviewing you & # 39;.

Webster and a friend were in a boat on Monday testing an antenna when they noticed the superpower.

Webster and a friend were in a boat on Monday testing an antenna when they noticed the super power

Webster and a friend were in a boat on Monday testing an antenna when they noticed the super power

Webster and a friend were in a boat on Monday testing an antenna when they noticed the super power

Webster then followed the dolphins, who led him and his friend to several whales that ate fish.

Webster then followed the dolphins, who led him and his friend to several whales that ate fish.

Webster then followed the dolphins, who led him and his friend to several whales that ate fish.

Webster then followed the dolphins, who led him and his friend to several whales that ate fish.

The dolphins swam to the whale's feeding area to enjoy the leftovers.

"They were going to the city," Webster said.

"It's a great thing to see so much wildlife in the same place.

"For animals, it's probably just a normal day."

Marine mammal enthusiasts flock to the coast of California during this time of the season, which is the time to watch whales and dolphins as they swim back and forth between Mexico and the San Francisco Bay area.

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