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Deep sea tornado of fish!

Deep sea tornado of fish!

(0:24) Photographer Octavio Aburto captures a natural but rare phenomenon of swirling fish in the Sea of Cortez's Cabo Pulmo National Park off the east coast of Mexico.

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Guest: Tiny Tim (831 days ago)
Erm. Sureley schools of fish are as common as fish?!?!!?
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Erm. Sureley schools of fish are as common as fish?!?!!?
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Guest: a (831 days ago)
how rare is that exactly?
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how rare is that exactly?
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Guest: (831 days ago)
As rare as a good stake :)
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As rare as a good stake :)
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MyName MyName (830 days ago)
Latest comment: As rare as good spelling and I'd steak my reputation on that.. :-)
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Latest comment: As rare as good spelling and I'd steak my reputation on that.. :-)
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