Documentary filmmaker, Mark Peters was looking to shoot some footage for a film about tuna fishing when some amazing (and in my opinion, far more interesting) happened.

Using a camera he placed in a waterproof container, Peters lowered the camera into the water, I assume hoping to catch a few shots of tuna taking the bait and being plucked out of the ocean where they would ultimately end up inside a can or mixed with some mayonnaise and relish. What he got instead was an up close look at a pod of Pacific White Sided Dolphins who were swimming by to see what was going on. At one point in the video, you can count at least eight dolphins swimming along. Then as quick as they came on, they're gone.

There's no twist ending to the video, just a few minutes of some of the coolest creatures on the planet.