Every year as the water gets colder on the coasts of Florida, the annual fall mullet run begins as the fish start to migrate south in search of warmer waters.
Mullet travel in schools so large and dense, they can appear to turn the water black because they travel so close together and there are so many of them per school. This is great for fishermen and predators of mullets, or in this case, tarpon. In this video, Evan Parness used his drone to capture tarpon charging through schools of mullets, creating a stunning visual as the fish try to avoid becoming dinner. Credit: Evan Parness via Storyful