While the clip says this hunting behavior can only be found in Georgia's marshes, another group of dolphins was discovered hunting on land half a world away. Last year, a research team in Australia witnessed a group of dolphins engaging in the so-called strand feeding on the banks of a river. Some orcas have also used the tactic to hunt sea lions.
And it's not without its risks. The dolphins can become properly stranded if they launch themselves to hard, risking internal injuries and fatal sun exposure, according to the National Wildlife Federation.
But nothing in nature is risk-free, and, for these dolphins, the payoff seems to be worth it. You can watch the full video of the clever behavior below.