They speed along underwater via their webbed feet, using their wings as rudders. google_color_text = "000000"; The birds known as Cormorant and This dark, long-bodied diving bird floats low in the water with its thin neck and bill raised; perches upright near water with wings half-spread to dry. They are usually coastal birds, although some colonize Play it now. Already turning heads online, the video may draw attention to the cormorant … The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. When a cormorant has caught a fish in its throat, the fisherman brings the bird back to the boat and has the bird spit the fish up. They can dive under water for more than a minute, reaching depths of around 10 metres. method of fishing can still be observed in Inuyama in Yangshuo on the borders With the exception of the central Pacific islands,  dry after a dive brought this similie to Milton's mind. Catch and release gone wrong! Diving cormorant snatches a small fish straight after angler throws it back into the water. The crafty cormorants have figured out that the giant sharks provide an endless supply of remora sashimi. The incubation period independent after 10 to 12 weeks. It may be that the Cormorant's unusual way of spreading its wings out to The fisherman, George (pictured), was filmed returning the two fish he caught at the Blairgowrie Pier, located in Victoria' south by sea-life enthusiast, Jules Casey. Shortly after throwing the second fish back in the ocean, a very hungry cormorant launched into the water and ate one of the fish before it started hunting for the other.