Want to see what thousands of tadpoles look like swimming under a lily pad covered British Columbia lake? Wonder no longer! Click the video above and scroll around - it's an interactive 360 degree video.
At a remote lake on Vancouver Island, around 11am, thousands of tadpoles start their daily commute from the deeper, colder part of the lake and move into the shallows to feed. Around 4pm the same day, they all move back. There are several highways of little grey bodies weaving in and out of the lily pads as the sun rays shine through the clear, crisp water.
It's one of the most unique and unexpected British Columbia experiences we've had underwater. A reminder that even the smallest life can have the biggest impact. It also serves as a reminder about how important our freshwater resource is. Our lakes and rivers are also a marine habitat that we need to keep clean, need to respect and can continue to learn about.
In the meantime, enjoy these little ones!