Massive Tuna Glides Right Beneath The Surface Without Even Making A Ripple


Smooth like butter.

How does a fish that big not even make a ripple? It is really almost eerie.

Yellowfin tuna are a prized game fish and a popular seafood item around the world.

Bluefin Tuna are a massive fish, much larger than yellowfin, who average around 6 feet and 1,00 pounds. Bluefin tuna are predators, feeding on a variety of fish, crustaceans, and other ocean creatures.

Incredibly fast and powerful swimmers, they are able to reach speeds of up to 50 miles per hour. They are able to swim long distances in search of food and are known for their stamina and endurance. They are able to maintain their speed for extended periods of time, making them a dangerous predator in the ocean. Their sleek body allows them to glide through the water with ease.

These fishermen wanted to show just how slick they are at swimming. They throw a piece of bait out into the water. In a flash, a tuna comes out of nowhere and hammers it right beneath the surface without even making a ripple.

It doesn’t seem to make sense, but dang, that is kinda cool.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock