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Cormorant Catches Cat FishBEST VIEWED LARGETaken in Myrtle Beach South Carolina, United States
Nikon D5000 and Sigma 50-500mm LensFull Zoom at 500mm iso 400 Shutter Priority 2000 sec
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Great shot TJ. How do they get the fish off their beak?
Thanks Al, they shake it in just the right way it flips up into the air and they catch it head first. Its so cool to watch and photograph
excellent capture – superb timing
Thank You so much
The catfish is one of the more dangerous fish to swallow because of the spiny dorsal fins so this cormorant has to do it just right or else….
Yes you are right, they flip it up until it goes down head first, pretty amazing to watch. Thanks