Stunning aerial footage shows fish moving in the shape of a love heart

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Stunning aerial footage captured a school of fish moving through the sea in the shape of a perfect love heart.

The group of Crevalle Jack reflect the sunshine as they move together in the heart shape before morphing into a swirling ring on Tuesday (5/10).

The clip is reminiscent of the moonfish in Pixar's 'Finding Nemo' that make a series of shapes to talk with Marvin the clownfish.

Local restaurant Owner Paul Dabill, 47, spotted the fish while flying his DJI Mavic Air 2 drone just off Juno Beach in in Palm Beach County, Florida, USA.

Paul, from Jupiter, Florida, said: "I was looking for mullet, this time of year is the fall mullet migration.

"There were no mullet at the beach this day however I found the school of Jack Crevalles instead.

"I immediately recognised the heart shape of the school when I first saw it.

"It maintained that shape for several seconds before morphing into other shapes.

"It was a special and beautiful moment before it continued morphing into other amazing shapes."

The video was taken on October 5 2021 at 9am.

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