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School of fish swimming in heart formation stuns onlookers: Drone footage

A school of fish swims in heart formation stuns viewers: Drone footage

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This Palm Beach fish deserves a Gold Medal in Artistic Swimming.

According to South West News Service, (SWNS), this Crevalle Jack fish school was spotted in a formation with a heart shape right at Juno Beach.

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Paul Dabill captured the stunning footage. He reportedly took out his DJI Mavic Air 2 drone Tuesday morning.

SWNS was informed by Dabill that his drone captured the moment at 9:59 a.m. on October 5. ET. As their silvery scales contrast beautifully with the blue waters Juno Beach is renowned for, you can spot the Crevalle jacks gracefully swimming in the Intracoastal Waterway.

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Dabill stated to SWNS, “I was looking at mullet.” “This is the time of year when fall mullet migrates.”

“There weren’t any mullets at the beach on this day. However, I discovered the Jack Crevalles School instead. When I saw the school for the first time, I instantly recognized its heart-shaped shape.

Dabill reportedly captured video of Crevalle jack fish from his DJI Mavic Air 2 drone during a recent trip to Juno Beach in Palm Beach County, Florida.

Dabill explained to British News Agency that the school’s heart shape was maintained by the fish for “a few seconds” before changing to other forms.

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A 47-year old restaurant owner in Jupiter, Florida shared an extended video about the Crevalle Jacks to his Facebook Page, Paul Dabill Photograph, where he also shares his amazing marine sightings around Palm Beach County.

Dabill saw glass minnows and tarpon at Juno Beach during his Tuesday visit. 

Crevalle jack are a common saltwater fish species that have black spots on their gill covers and pectoral fins.

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Commenters on Facebook hailed Dabill’s amazing aerial footage.

A commenter commented, “That is amazing!”

“So cool, that you captured that daisy chaining Crevalle school during this time of the year. They usually do that only off-season.” [South East Florida]Beaches in the early spring,” another commenter added.

Dabill, 47, was originally searching for mullet when he came across the school of Crevalle jacks swimming in a heart shape.

“[Florida’s]Change of the seasons. A third commenter laughed and said, “Not leaves but fish.”

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Dabill sent Fox News an email stating that the Crevalle-shaped Crevalle Jack School was his favorite. Dabill also described the moment as special.

“I’ve been flying my drone over the ocean for the past year,” Dabill wrote. “I’ve seen schools of jacks like this several times, and I am always impressed by the beautiful and mesmerizing shapes the schools make.”

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