If you’ve ever wondered what flipper eats for lunch, now we know. For the first time dolphins were observed catching and eating live fish after a Go-Pro camera was attached to them during a scientific study. Researchers were able to not only capture video but also listen to the sounds the dolphins made while hunting. The dolphins were also filmed eating delicious venomous sea snakes, something that has never been recorded before.
The dolphins were all US Navy-owned and were being trained to hunt for landmines when the study was done. The dolphins had Go Pro Here 8s attached to both sides of their heads on a harness. This meant that researchers were able to observe and track eye movements while the dolphins hunted their prey.