Pacific flying squid (Todarodes pacificus) leap out of the water and take flight in the northwest Pacific Ocean, 600 km east of Tokyo. The mollusc propels itself out of the ocean by shooting a jet of water at high pressure, before opening its fins to glide at up to 11.2 metres per second, and then fly more than 30 m (100 feet)…

(read more: Telegraph UK)

Picture: AFP PHOTO / HOKKAIDO UNIVERSITY / KOUTA MURAMATSU

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