Series producer James Honeyborne said: 'It's one thing seeing a fish flying through the air, that's unexpected enough.'But then seeing a fish flying through the air and catching a bird in its mouth, wow... The fish launches out of the water with phenomenal speed and acceleration and catches this bird in mid-air.
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This is the incredible moment a giant bird-eating trevally fish known as the god of the sea leaps from the ocean and catches a fledgling tern in scenes set to overawe viewers of Blue Planet II.
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He says: 'If the trevally are to catch one now, they have to up their game.'There is a fish which, amazingly, has a brain capable of calculating the airspeed, altitude and trajectory of a bird.'The dramatic clip ends with the trevally swimming a few feet from the surface with the mangled carcass of the tern floating nearby.
Crews filming the BBC's new natural history series Blue Planet II were told that giant trevally fish had been seen hunting seabirds off the coast of the Seychelles.Asked what projects he is working on at the moment, he said: 'I have a film about ants behaving in a rather odd way and ichthyosaurs, which are extinct fossil sea dragons.'I have a programme about eggs and how remarkable eggs are, and I have a story about a Victorian captive elephant. So those are occupying me at the moment.'Speaking earlier this year about why he has not retired, Sir David told the Radio Times: 'Who wouldn't be grateful for people coming up and saying, 'Would you like to go to Trinidad? Seafood is any form of sea life regarded as food by humans. Shellfish include various species of molluscs, crustaceans, and echinoderms.Historically, sea mammals such as whales and dolphins have been consumed as food, though that happens to a lesser extent in modern times.And the veteran broadcaster, who is currently working on four filming projects and publicising Blue Planet II, has revealed that he sees no reason why he cannot live to over 100.