The Beauty of Fish Tornado

I think most of us very familiar with tornado. What does tornado mean? Tornado is nature’s most violent storms with a rotating funnel-shaped cloud that extends from a thunderstorm to the ground. It can cause fatalities and devastate a neighborhood in seconds. Most of us called this as twisters or cyclones. No wonder that many films use tornado as inspiration. Such as: Twister is an American disaster drama film, with the starring Bill Paxton and Helen Hunt as storm chasers who researching tornadoes.

Based on the etymology, tornado word came from the Spanish word “tronada”, which means "thunderstorm". We may often hear about the VORTEX or funnel cloud. Many scientists said that vortex to be classified as a tornado. The conclusion is the tornado refers to the vortex of wind. Tornadoes are often known as Supercells, like: EF3 to EF5. From twister movie, they described very well about tornado classified, ranging from F0, F1, F3, F4, and F5. Fujita scale is a method to classify the level of damage produced by tornadoes. This method crated by Dr. T. Theodore Fujita. Many things that accompany tornadoes, like: very heavy rain, strong wind gusts, frequent lightning, and also hail which are common in such storms.

The most dangerous tornado can attain wind speeds of more than 300 miles per hour or about 483 km/h and stay on the ground of more than 100 km. Damage paths can be in excess of one mile wide and 50 miles long. Though most of tornadoes have wind speeds less than 110 miles per hour or about 177 km/h and height about 250 feet or 76 m.

Facts about tornado

There are many facts about tornado. Such as: it may strike quickly, with little or no warning. Usually tornado moves from Southwest to Northeast, but back to basic that we can’t predict when it comes. So, tornadoes have been known to move in any direction. It can accompany by the hurricanes and tropical storms as they move onto land. Based on the season, peak tornado season in the southern states is March through May. It is late spring through early summer, in the northern states. But during spring and summer months, the tornadoes are most frequently reported east of the Rocky Mountains.

Fire tornado: amazing phenomenon

But have you ever heard about unique tornado. You may read about my hub with title, “Fire Tornado Phenomenon (Complete with Amazing Video)". It is a very rare tornado. Or I can say that it's a unique phenomenon. The phenomenon was reported in Budapest (Hungary), Brazil, and also reported in Japan. From this hub we can see the video how the fire tornado was created, through a series of experiments. The most fantastic video come from Aracatuba, in southern Sao Paulo State (Brazil). I hope we can learn from the video and how the scientists described about this phenomenon.

Fish rain caused by tornado

Now, I’ll share about beautiful tornado phenomenon. We wouldn't see kind of disasters, deaths, storms, lightning, and heavy rain. From this hub we’ll see a fish rain. Another weird phenomenon comes from the sea creature. You may read my hub related with fish rain at “Weird Rain Phenomenon in The World”. This hub explained how the fish rain happened, like in Louisiana and Australia. The conclusion is the fish rain very possible happened because of tornadoes.

Fish Tornado

Tornado is not only synonymous with high winds. A flock of fish in the waters of Cabo Pulmo National Park, Mexico is also able to act like a tornado. An underwater photographer, namely Octavio Aburto has captured undersea tornado of swirling fish after three years of research and collate scientific documentation. The fish tornado was seen mesmerizing divers off Mexico's coast.

Thousands of fish together produced a whirling formation that we usually see in a tornado. Of course, we didn’t see storm, thunder, lightning or heavy rain as well. But we can see eyes, mouths and fins of the thousand fish on the bottom of the Sea of Cortez’s Cabo Pulmo National Park. It’s a beautiful fish tornado formed naturally. Even Mr. Aburto said that it's extremely rare phenomenon.

The picture was captured at noon. Thousand fish congregate to form a large spawning aggregation around the reefs of the Cabo Pulmo National Park, Mexico. Mr.aburto wait at least about an hour before the fish united together as seen. Is the picture authentic? After he entered into National Geographic's 2012 photo contest, he received phone calls and never-ending emails questioning about his work’s authenticity. Many people assumed that the pictures are image processing with photoshop. But from the video we can see that the fish tornado is REAL.

He explained that many people may not know about the fish spawning aggregations. It’s a simply fact about underwater creatures. From underwater the fish participating in these behaviors and the people can’t see. Even the scuba divers or those who use snorkel are very rarely able to capture this moment.

The major reason why this moment so rarely is because of overfishing has left fish stocks so depleted. He said again that difficult for us to see these types of spawning aggregations like this one. Mr. Aburto devoted his life to the conservation of marine life at Cabo Pulmo. He worked as as a researcher for more than 15 years. He send a message for us through the pictures of fish tornado. He hopes that the pictures will raise awareness of devastation inflicting the national undersea. Especially the national undersea parks, like in Cabo Pulmo. He'll do everything as the effort for the preservation the undersea parks.

Up close and personal with Octavio Alburto

Octavio Aburto is professional photographer related with the International League of Conservation Photographers. He is also a research scientist at SIO (Scripps Institution of Oceanography). He worked as photographer of marine ecosystems in Mexican coastal waters since 1994. He has inspired many people, especially about conservation of marine habitats. His photographs used to illustrate outreach publications and send messages to the world “how we should care with marine protected areas and the fisheries”.

What should we do?

Until recent years the underwater world of the coral reef was something beautiful. Many divers who interest in its beauty and mystery overcame their fears. The tourists love to see the panorama through glass-bottomed buckets. So, we have a big job to keep the reefs as the part of underwater park, a preserve for the skin-diver, the fisherman and the fish watcher.

On the following pictures here like illustrated a pictorial panorama under the sea and it is an unique preserve. So we need the rules and the regulations for undersea preservation. Like: kind of sports and commercial fishing with hook and line are permitted. And then the net fishing and the use of electric or poisons in taking fish are banned. But skin-diving for observation, photography and for pleasure is permitted and encouraged.

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bdegiulio 3 years ago from Massachusetts

Amazing. The video is just beautiful and amazing. Who knew, a fish tornado? Beautiful photos. Up and sharing.


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Stephanie Henkel 3 years ago from USA

A fish tornado must be an amazing sight! I have never heard of one, although the ocean has so many mysteries. The videos and photographs are fascinating! I particularly love the pictures of the beautiful reef corals, though it is upsetting to see that people break them off to sell in markets around the world. We do need to protect our reefs if they are to survive for future generations to enjoy. Thanks for an enjoyable article!


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Jackie Lynnley 3 years ago from The Beautiful South

Beautiful subject as always. Brave people who photo this. Just fantastic happening and photos of it. Maybe it is sort of like the migration of birds, you know, how they fly in sort of a wave? I wonder. Food for thought, thanks for sharing.


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DDE 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

Awesome you have added such good photos and the unique life underwater is incredible.


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Petra Vlah 3 years ago from Los Angeles

You did it again! As usual you present us with the most fascinating subjects and amazing videos. Thank you


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AliciaC 3 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

The photos and video of fish tornadoes are beautiful and fascinating, Prasetio. The tornado is an amazing phenomenon and is wonderful to see!


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida

Nature often amazes us with its mystery as well as its beauty, pras. And this fish 'tornado' is a prime example. Thank you for your research and fact-gathering as well as the fascinating videos. You have definitely enhanced our knowledge today. Voted up, y'know.


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kashmir56 3 years ago from Massachusetts

Awesome and well written article highlighted with very beautiful photos. Very interesting and well researched. Well done !

Vote up and more !!! Sharing !


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torrilynn 3 years ago

Hi prasetio,

I think that it is really cool that this phenomenon can be captured on

camera and I love the fact that you have written an article about it.

thanksfor the information and Voted up


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aviannovice 3 years ago from Stillwater, OK

These are remarkable phenomena that must continue. We have to protect our world and our oceans, for if we do not, things like this may never happen again. Thanks for the story and the beautiful pictures to enlighten us.


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Brother, bdegiulio. Thank you very much for coming and you enjoy reading this hub. Take care!


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Dear friend, Stephanie Henkel. I am glad to see you here and reading your comment about undersea preservation. I have the same idea with you. The reefs are the place for the fish to live and eat the plankton behind it. I don't know what happened with the blue sea if the reefs are damage. I think the fish wouldn't safe anymore. Thank you very much. Have a good day :-)

Prasetio


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

My friend, Jackie Lynnley. Thanks for coming and share your opinion about this topic. I think Aburto is an divers. His job forced him to dive and observe everything that is under the sea. Fish tornado is part of his career as photographer and scientist as well. Cheers....

Prasetio


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Your welcome, DDE. Thanks reading and I am glad you enjoy it. Take care! ~Prasetio


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Your welcome, Petra Vlah. I am glad to see you again. Thanks for your compliment to this hub. My friend, my door always opened for you. See you :-)

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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

My friend, AliciaC. Thanks for stopping by. I have the same idea with you that tornado is a wonderful phenomenon. We should be careful with the effect behind this phenomenon. But for fish tornado.....please enjoy it. Have a good day :-)

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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Dear friend, drbj. I always waiting your comment as someone who has a high level of education and share your opinion based your knowledgeable and reasonable as well. I love your vote. God bless you :-)

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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Your welcome, kashmir56. Thanks for stopping by and your big attention to this hub. We should care to the marine preservation. I hope we can learn together here. Cheers :-)

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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

My friend, torrilynn. Thanks for coming and your compliment to this hub. I am glad you enjoy reading it. I love your vote as your appreciation to my work. See you soon :-)

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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

My friend, aviannovice. Thanks for coming and share your opinion about ocean preservation. I agree with you. This is a big job for us. We must protecting it from destruction. Have a good day!

Big hug, Prasetio


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rajan jolly 3 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

I just had no idea of the fish tornado phenomenon. It is a natural wonder. You share such novel information in such depth that I'm amazed each time I read your hubs. Mind blowing pictures as well.

Voted up and awesome, my friend.


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hawaiianodysseus 3 years ago from Southeast Washington state

Aloha, prasetio30!

Awesome, dude! Thank you so much for sharing this phenomenol event with us!


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Vinaya Ghimire 3 years ago from Nepal

I did not know about this. Thanks for sharing this informative hub. I loved your medias.


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Mhatter99 3 years ago from San Francisco

Amazing hub! Thank you for this.


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

My brother, rajan jolly. Thank you very much for stopping by and your compliment to my hub. I hope I can do the best here. Take care!

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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Your welcome, hawaiianodysseus. Thanks for reading and I am glad you enjoy it. Have a good day :-)

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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Your welcome, Mhatter99. Thanks for stopping by. I am glad you love it. See you soon :-).............Prasetio


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breakfastpop 3 years ago

I always learn so much from your awesome hubs. Today is no exception. Voted up, interesting , beautiful and awesome.


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PegCole17 3 years ago from Dallas, Texas

You always find a fascinating topic of interest to share. Voted all the way up and these are truly awesome videos. Amazing, too.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America

Beautiful and so neat to watch. Great hub. Voted up and shared.


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Fossillady 3 years ago from Saugatuck Michigan

So cool . . . I hope his video does accomplish to help in the preservation of the ocean's threatened fish species! Wonderful quality hub Pras, as always! Voted up, awesome, beautiful and interesting!


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Hi, POP. Good to see you again. Thanks for your compliment to my hub. I hope you enjoy it. Cheers....

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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Dear friend, PegCole17. Thank you very much for your support to this hub and I love your vote as well. I really appreciate your comment. Take care!

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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Your welcome, moonlake. Thanks for reading and watching the video. Have a good day :-)


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Dear, Kathi. I am so happy to see you here. I love your comment and your big support to the ocean preservation. I hope we can learn together here and take action! Thank you very much. God bless you :-)

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billybuc 3 years ago from Olympia, WA

Amazing photographs and your explanation was excellent. Thank you for a wonderful hub.


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Patty Inglish, MS 3 years ago from North America

I like that fact that we can find the formation of the tornado in living creatures!


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Peggy W 3 years ago from Houston, Texas

This was most interesting to read and also get to see via the photos and videos. Thanks for this mornings first lesson of the day via HubPages. It is a grand start to the day! It must be amazing to see a fish tornado in person! UUBI votes and will share.


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ytsenoh 3 years ago from Louisiana, Idaho, Kauai, Nebraska, South Dakota, Missouri

How lovely and beautiful. I love the fish tornado images. Something new to learn about also. So serene those images were. Love all your images here. Thanks much!


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always exploring 3 years ago from Southern Illinois

Praseito this is amazing, one of your best. who knew how beautiful it is under the ocean? The photos are strikingly remarkable. Thank you for another wonderful hub...Cheers..


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

My friend, Patty Inglish, MS. I glad to see you here. Thanks for coming and share your comment as well. Have a good day :-)

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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

My dear, Peggy W. I want to say many thanks to you for your big support to my hub and your compliment as well. I am glad you enjoy it. I hope we can learn here about the ocean preservation. We should to know that it's very important for the live under the sea. Thanks for the vote. Cheers :-)

Best wishes, Prasetio


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Your welcome, ytsenoh. Thanks for coming and I am glad to see you here. Your attention much appreciated here, especially for ocean's preservation. Take care! ~Prasetio


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Hi, Ruby. I can see your smile here. Thank you very much for stopping by and nice comment about this hub. I am glad you enjoy the pictures as well. Have a nice day :-)

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Duchess OBlunt 3 years ago

Your hubs are always fascinating prasetio30. Great information here and it's good to see you have some ideas on how we can adapt our behaviour to assist with the preservation of underwater beauty. Good collection of facts, photos and videos. Well presented. Voted up!


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Jamie Brock 3 years ago from Texas

Hi Pras :) I had not heard of a fish tornado before.. that is amazing!! Love all of the beautiful photos :) This reminds me that the time of year is coming quick..... it's about to be tornado season here soon. Beautiful and awesome hub.. Thanks for sharing :)


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Dear friend, Duchess OBlunt. Thank you very much for coming and your support to my hub. I hope we can do the best for the environment by doing a little action like: we don't throw the trash in everywhere. Keeping the beaches stay clean. Once again, thanks for the vote.

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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Dear, Jamie Brock. Thanks for stopping by. I am glad to see you again and you love my work. I am so sad to hear about tornado season from you. But I hope everything goes well and the people can prepare before it come...amen. Take care :-)

Prasetio


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blaise25 3 years ago from close to you...

Oh geez those are breathtaking and beautiful! I must learn to dive lol


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Hi, blaise25. Good to see you here. Thanks for coming and I am glad you enjoy my work. Thanks for coming. Cheers...~Prasetio


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Genna East 3 years ago from Massachusetts, USA

Magnificent photography. I am so thankful to the conservationists, photographers and marine biologists who continue to bring us these underwater sights. Hopefully, they will have positive effects and instill more awareness of the beauty we are losing in our seas and oceans as a result of man’s indifference. Excellent hub, Prasetio.


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Dear friend, Genna East. Thank you very much for your attention to this hub. I hope we can do the best for the environment. I am glad you enjoy reading this hub. Tale care!

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DeBorrah K. Ogans 3 years ago

Prasetio. Wow! This really is breathtakingly beautiful! What a marvelous unique phenomonal underwater occurence that you have brought to our attention! I have learned something new! I never heard of a fish tornado... Super enticing "pictoral panorama" view as well as lovely illustrations.

You continue to present some very unique and interesting presentations. Again lovely & VOTED UP! Thank You for sharing, In HIS Love, Grace, Joy, Peace & Blessings!


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Your welcome, DeBorrah K. Ogans. Thank you very much for coming and beautiful comment about fish tornado. God bless you :-)

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travel_man1971 3 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

Beautiful photos and awesome video.

It's true, Pras. Overfishing will steal the happiness of future ocean photographers, since they'll no longer experience what this amazing phenomenon captivates the appreciation of today's generation.

I hope it's not too late to act.

Thanks for sharing. Voted up and shared. :)


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vespawoolf 3 years ago from Peru, South America

I grew up in an area where tornado warnings were common, although I was never caught in a tornado. I've seen the fish tornados on TV and am mesmerized by them. What a beautiful sight. It's a pity man is ruining the earth and oceans with pollution. Very useful. Voted up!


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Sharyn's Slant 3 years ago from Northeast Ohio USA

WOW, thank you Pras for teaching me so much here. This was simply fascinating!


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Brother, travel_man1971. Thank you very much for coming and great comment about oceans preservation. There's no late if we want to act now. I really appreciate your vote. Take care!

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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

My friend, vespawoolf. Thank you very much for stopping by and share about tornado in tour area. But I am glad to know that you are safe. I hope we can save the sea from pollution. You vote really appreciated here. Have a good day :-)

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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Your welcome, Sharyn's Slant. I am so happy to see you here and you love my work. Thanks for reading. Take care!

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Nell Rose 3 years ago from England

Wonderful hub pras, and those photos were amazing, I remember seeing the fish tornado on tv, it is awesome, great hub and voted up!


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Hi, Nell Rose. Good to see you again. Thank you very much for coming and sharing your comment about this hub. Take care and have a nice weekend :-)

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Sueswan 3 years ago

Hi Prasetio,

Amazing hub my friend. It was very interesting to learn about the Fish Tornado.

Voted up and sharing.

Cheers!

Sue


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Dear, Sueswan. I'm glad you found it useful. Thanks for the vote and rating the hub. Take care and God bless you :-)

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Brett.Tesol 3 years ago from Somewhere in Asia

Very impressive hub. I like the way you have covered tornadoes from many angles. While the fire tornado is quite impressive, the fish tornado is far more visually stunning!

Shared, tweeted, up and interesting


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Hi, Brett.Tesuol. Good to see you again. Thanks for coming and nice comment about this topic. I am glad you love this hub. Voted up!

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Rosemay50 3 years ago from Hawkes Bay - NewZealand

This is so fascinating. I never seen the fish tornado before. Thank you for sharing this amazing phenomenon. Your research and time put into this with the photos and video is outstanding

Voting Up


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Dear friend, Rosemay50. Good to see you here. I'm glad you found it useful. Thanks for the vote and rating the hub. Cheers :-)

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pstraubie48 3 years ago from sunny Florida

Hi prasetio

this is amazing. The photographs are outstanding. I can imagine that witnessing this up close and personal would be breathtaking.

thank you for sharing this with us.

Sending you many blessings and Angels this evening :) ps


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Dear friend, pstraubie48. Thank you very much for coming and I am glad to know this hub useful for you. I always love your vote. Take care!

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drpastorcarlotta 3 years ago from BREAKOUT MINISTRIES, INC. KC

Very interesting Video and pics!!!!! Very informational as well. Thank you! Voted-Up! We are getting ready to enter Tonado season here in Kansas City. Haven't been by because of my busy work schedule counseling, but I am back! When you have some free time, come visit me. Be Blessed!!!


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Dear, drpastorcarlotta. I am so happy to see you again. I hope the people in Kansas City can prepare everything for tornado. Of course, I am glad to visit you. Have a nice and God bless you!

Prasetio


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habee 3 years ago from Georgia

Fascinating! I've seen sort of a fish tornado in the Atlantic before. Big tarpon were "herding" small fish into a swirling ball. Once the small fish were concentrated, the tarpon would go through them, eating the prey. Voted this up!


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Hi, habee. Thanks for coming and sharing about fish tornado in the Atlantic. I really impressed with this phenomenon. Once again, thanks for the vote and rating the hub. Cheers :-)

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Denise Handlon 3 years ago from North Carolina

Prasetio-what an awesome hub! The information is interesting, but the video is absolutely awesome. Very, very cool-thanks for sharing. UP/A/I/U and sharing.


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Dear, Denise Handlon. I'm glad you found it useful and your attention to sea preservation. Thanks for the vote and rating the hub. Take care!


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SilentReed 3 years ago from Philippines

Hi Pras, Both are cyclones, but sometimes I wonder which have more destructive power, the U.S. twister or the tropical typhoon? Just looking at the pictures and video of the fish "tornado" is awe-inspiring. The undersea photographer's experience must have been delightful. I always thought that fish swarm as a means of protection against predators who become confuse at the unexpected congregating action. I was not aware it was also a way fish spawn. Reminds me of wild sex orgies of humans with multiple partners.:)) It's sad what pollution and human avarice is doing to the Eco-system of the oceans. By making people aware of the need to preserve the beauty beneath the sea, what these conservation photographers are doing is commendable.

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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Dear friend, SilentReed. Thanks for stopping by and sharing your opinion about this topic. I think U.S. twister or the tropical typhoon are very dangerous for the people. Without warning, they can destruct everything in front of them. I am glad there's no tornado in Indonesia. Just "small" whirling wind. But anyway, it can destroy home and other building. I hope we can learn about this topic for the undersea preservation and the people give more attention for the beauty beneath the sea, not only get the result from it. I am glad you love the pictures above. Take care and have a nice weekend!

Prasetio


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sweetie1 3 years ago from India

Beautiful breath taking pictures. I always loved to see them on discovery channel and always have been fasinated by how they move in group. Voting it up.


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

My friend, sweetie. Thanks for coming and I love your comment. I also loved to see discovery channel. Your vote are much appreciated here. Cheers :-)

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sgbrown 3 years ago from Southern Oklahoma

It has always amazed me how fish can swim together so closely and turn together so quickly. How wonderful it would be to see a fish tornado in person! Nature holds many beautiful and amazing things under the sea. We should protect these underwater beauties as well. This is a wonderful hub with so much interesting information! I love the pictures and the videos. Great job! Voted up, awesome and sharing! :)


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Sharkye11 3 years ago from Oklahoma

Amazing hub! I've seen many land tornadoes, but seeing one made of fish is pretty spectacular. Kudos to the photographer for his patience and research to catch these beautiful shots. I hope it helps humans everywhere think carefully about followin hunting and fishing regulations. Voting up!


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Dear friend, sgbrown. Thank you very for coming and sharing your opinion about fish tornado. I totally agree with you that we should protecting them from destruction. I'm glad you found it useful. Thanks for the vote and rating the hub. Cheers :-)

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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Hi, Sharkye11. Welcome to my hub. Thanks for coming and sharing your opinion about this topic. I have the same idea with you for undersea conservation and fishing regulations. Have a nice day :-)

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dinkan53 3 years ago from India

That is simply magnificent......so beautiful. Voted and shared

Thanks for sharing


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dahoglund 3 years ago from Wisconsin Rapids

Truly amazing phenomena. You have the ability to search out the unusual things in nature to present. Voted across, except funny. sharing on facebook and twitter.Also sharing with followers.


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

My uncle, dahoglund. I want to say many thanks to you for your coming and your appreciation to this hub. I always love your vote. God bless you :-)

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Gcrhoads64 3 years ago from North Dakota

Beautiful pictures! I wasn't aware of this natural phenomenon. Great job. :)


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Thanks, Gcrhoads64. Good to see you here. I really appreciate your comment and your attention to this hub. Take care!

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