“Each year, large numbers of Atlantic Sailfish (*Istiophorus albicans*) gather near Isla Mujeres off of Mexico’s Yucutan Peninsula. The sailfish is one of the ocean’s fastest predators, and when conditions are just right, they swarm around “bait balls” of sardines…”

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