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STRIPED MARLIN SPEARS ITS CATCH

A striped marlin means business as it spots lunch and spears a small fish. Swimming through the water, the striking predator spots a prone sardine and goes straight for the kill. The brilliant underwater photographs were captured off the tip of the Baja California peninsula in Mexico by American wildlife photographer Doug Perrine. The 62-year-old, of Kailua Kona, Hawaii, says: ‘The striped marlins have broken these sardines off from a giant shoal deep below, and forced them upwards to trap them against the surface of the water…

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