A gannet is a species of seabird; it's not quite a seagull, but that's probably the easiest comparison if you're trying to think of one.

The northern gannet can be found along the Atlantic Coast, and occasionally can be seen involved in incredible feeding frenzies like this one:

I love nature videos like this. Drones have become such an awesome option for this sort of photography and videography. Near the 2:00 mark, where the drone is flying amongst the birds and you can see the impact ripples of each dive, it's just beautiful.

We've featured some of Bill McKim's work before, and he got some footage of his own off the coast of Belmar.

Gannets can dive from nearly 100 feet above the ocean surface, and reach speeds of over 60mph!

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