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Caption: Schooling bigeye jacks (Caranx sexfasciatus). This jack forms large slow-moving schools during the day, which disperse at night when the fish go off to hunt. It is a fast-swimming fish that generally takes smaller fish, although it will take many smaller animals. Filmed in Tubbataha, The Philippines.

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Keywords: 20 seconds or longer, animal, animals, bigeye, biological, biology, carangidae, caranx sexfasciatus, circle, circling, day, daytime, fish, group, hunter, jack, light, marine, ocean, predator, predatory, school, schooling, sea, shallow, shoal, shoaling, six-banded, south-east asia, southeast asia, swimming, the philippines, tight, trevally, tropical, tubbataha, underwater, water, wildlife

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School of bigeye jacks

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