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A Man Among Orcas - Wildlife Documentary

  • A Man Among Orcas - Wildlife Documentary


    Enduring raging winds and icy waters with minimal protection, he enters the intimacy of elephant seals and orcas using clever ethological analyses and gets them used to his presence. Then comes the extraordinary: meet a man who communicates with penguins with body language, calms young seals and turns them into live pillows, lies underwater with 8 ton orcas or mature male seals... -

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  • BBC wildlife documentary - Killer Whales - National geographic documentary


    BBC wildlife documentary - Killer Whales - National geographic documentary The killer whale (Orcinus orca), also referred to as the orca whale or orca, and less commonly as the blackfish or grampus, is a toothed whale belonging to the oceanic dolphin family, of which it is the largest member. Killer whales are found in all oceans, from Arctic and Antarctic regions to tropical seas. Killer whales have a diverse diet, although individual populations often specialize in particular types of prey. Some feed exclusively on fish, while others hunt marine mammals like pinnipeds, and even large whales. They have been known to attack baleen whale calves. Killer whales are regarded as apex predators, lacking natural predators.

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  • After This Orca Got Stranded, She Lay Crying For Hours But How Rescuers Responded Incredible


    Eric Keen, a whale researcher, was sailing the seas around British Columbia one seemingly ordinary morning when he heard a strange noise coming from the coast. Upon investigation, he discovered that the source of the sound was a young orca that had gotten itself wedged on a patch of sharp rocks. What followed was an intense whale rescue like no other.


  • Orcas Attack Great White Shark - Neptune Islands, South Australia.


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    Apex predator vs Apex predator! It is a rare opportunity that one has to witness a battle of nature that is of such raw power, where the only certainty is that only one will survive and the clash will be violent and spectacular.

    Such was the confrontation that was witnessed 20 metres off the back of Adventure Bay Charters Shark Diving vessel Shark Warrior, at the Neptune Islands off Port Lincoln, South Australia.

    This video is an eye-witness account of the moment a pod of Orca's attacked and killed a Great White Shark while amazed customers and Adventure Bay Charters crew looked on.

    Every person on the boat that day will remember what they witnessed for the rest of their lives.

    Thanks to Mark Thomas from Missing Link Media Port Lincoln for putting this video together and our great passengers on that day for sharing their footage.

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  • Wildlife cameraman rescuing a beached orca


    Killer Whale Rescue - Wildlife cameraman rescues stranded orca

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  • A man among Orcas - documentary full hd


    In the remote volcanic archipelago of the Crozet islands, meet David Reicnert, a cameraman who has an extraordinary talent to locate, approach and tame some of the wildest beasts on Earth.

    Enduring raging winds and icy waters with minimal protection, he enters the intimacy of elephant seals and orcas using clever ethological analyses and gets them used to his presence. Then comes the extraordinary: meet a man who communicates with penguins with body language, calms young seals and turns them into live pillows, lies underwater with 8 ton orcas or mature male seals...

    David Reichert is a young American wildlife filmmaker who has dedicated his life to his passion. Specialized in marine subjects, at ease in rough seas and icy waters, David has an incredible resistance to extreme environments and a real talent for dealing with complex wildlife situations. To achieve this unique film, he spent 4 months in an isolated bay on an island 2000 miles away from the nearest continent with Jean François BARTHOD, another talented filmmaker and director with a solid experience as a DOP of feature films.

    Author(s) : Bertrand Loyer
    Director(s) : Jean-François Barthod
    Year : 2006
    Producer(s) : Saint Thomas Productions, France 2, Discovery-Animal Planet
    Running time : 52mn
    Format : Digital Beta, Super 16mm
    Distributor(s) : Saint Thomas Productions

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    International Film Festival
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  • Why are Orcas Known as the “Wolves of the Sea”?


    Orcas have a special way of hunting herring.

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  • Killing to Survive - Hunting Orcas on the Patagonian coast


    On the wild coast of Patagonia, the nature calendar describes the most diverse visiting times of fascinating animals, from the southern right whale and other large whales, via the sea lions and elephant seals up to the orcas and millions of penguins. The encounters with whales and their babies are spectacular.

    Hardly anywhere else on earth can one experience both the brutal and the delightful sides of nature so vividly and so close. The trip to the hot spots for animal watchers and researchers leads us inter alia to the Caleta Valdez. This is where, during the mating season, the southern elephant seals bring their babies into the world, mate and enjoy a little sunbathing on the beach.

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  • Orcas Extraordinary Hunting Technique | A Perfect Planet | BBC Earth


    This orca is thought to be one of the first of her kind to use the rising of the tide to her advantage.


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  • Wildlife cameraman close encounter with a beached orca


    Unique video of a wildlife cameraman rescuing stranded orca

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  • GoPro: Orca Rescue in 4K


    The sixth and final of the HERO4: The Adventure of Life in 4K series.

    Dr. Ingrid Visser dedicates her life and her research to help the most intelligent predator on earth - Orca. She swims with wild orca and advocates for modern solutions to release orcas from captivity.

    Shot on location in New Zealand, this short film documents Ingrid's life mission to preserve wild orca through education & leading rescue missions to save orca from shallow waters & fishing line entanglements.

    Includes never-before-seen footage of a GoPro mounted to the dorsal fin of a wild orca plus various archival footage and pictures from the Orca Research Trust.

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  • How Orcas Are a Natural Predator of Moose


    Orcas are ferocious predators, but how the heck do they eat moose? How does that even happen? Well... watch this video to find out.


  • Release the killer whales! | DW Documentary


    In the Spanish holiday resort Tenerife, orcas, so-called killer whales, are trained to perform in shows. Mercedes Hernandez is fighting to stop these shows. Her son, an orca trainer, was killed during a show.

    Orca shows are a big tourist attraction in the Loro Parque theme park on the Spanish holiday island of Tenerife. But animal rights campaigners argue that keeping these killer whales cooped up in small pools is cruel. Mercedes Hernandez would also like to see an end to orca shows. Her son was an orca trainer and was killed by one of them. She dealt with her grief by becoming an expert on orcas, and she believes the attack on her son occurred not because the whale was inherently aggressive but because it was kept in captivity. Loro Parque’s operators reject her theory. A report by Michael Altenhenne.


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  • Orca Pod Hunts King Penguins | Worlds Deadliest Whale


    Orca living near Antartica have developed a complicated and dangerous technique for hunting the King Penguins that live there
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  • Lady with orcas paddle boarding Baja California


    Woman with Orcas. Paddle Boarding with Orcas. In Baja California orcas have been visiting this area below San Felipe for past 5 years. If you look closely there are two adult females teaching their young how to harvest cownose rays. Look for white patch in the mouth. The woman in the video has lived on this beach for over 12 years and has heard stories of these rogue orcas playing with boats. She respected their space. At the end of the video you can see the large orca still wanted to share the sting ray with her as it followed the paddleboarder to the beach. Please subscribe to our channel. More videos soon. To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email

  • Killer whales hunting in Olympic National Park


    Olympic National Park is an American national park located in the State of Washington, on the Olympic Peninsula. The park has four regions: the Pacific coastline, alpine areas, the west side temperate rainforest and the forests of the drier east side. Within the park there are three distinct ecosystems which are subalpine forest and wildflower meadow, temperate forest, and the rugged Pacific coast.
    President Theodore Roosevelt originally designated Mount Olympus National Monument on 2 March 1909. The monument was redesignated as a national park by Congress and President Franklin Roosevelt on June 29, 1938. In 1976, Olympic National Park was designated by UNESCO as an International Biosphere Reserve, and in 1981 as a World Heritage Site. In 1988, Congress designated 95 percent of the park as the Olympic Wilderness.

    Animals that inhabit this national park are chipmunks, squirrels, skunks, six species of bats, weasels, coyotes, muskrats, fishers, river otters, beavers, red foxes, mountain goats, martens, bobcats, black bears, Canadian lynxes, moles, snowshoe hares, shrews, and cougars. Whales, dolphins, sea lions, seals, and sea otters swim near this park offshore. Birds that fly in this park including raptors are Winter wrens, and Canada jays, Hammond's flycatchers, Wilson's warblers, Blue Grouses, Pine siskins, ravens, spotted owls, Red-breasted nuthatches, Golden-crowned kinglets, Chestnut-backed chickadees, Swainson's thrushes, Red crossbills, Hermit thrushes, Olive-sided flycatchers, bald eagles, Western tanagers, Northern pygmy owls, Townsend's warblers, Townsend's solitaires, Vaux's swifts, band-tailed pigeons, and evening grosbeaks.

  • Meet Wikie - The World’s First Talking Killer Whale


    Meet Wikie, the world's first talking killer whale, who can say words like 'hello' and 'bye bye'.

    Wikie is a 14 year old female Orca or Killer Whale, and lives in captivity at Marineland in Antibes, France.

    Scientists say they have recorded Wikie repeating the words - hello, bye bye, counting up to three, and even saying the name of her trainer ‘Amy.’

    Six judges rated whether the vocalisation matched the original word or noise, plus the whale words were also analysed in waveform, and matched the human words when the acoustical recordings were compared.

    Wikie did well, making recognizable copies of all the sounds within 17 tries, the researchers said, she got two of the human sounds right on her very first attempt: “hello” and “one, two, three.”

    Wikie made recognisable copies of all the six phrases they said to it, and picked them up relatively quickly.

    When you think about it, the whale speaks pretty good English for living in France.

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    Are there still Orcas coming into the Fjords of northern Norway to hunt for the herrings? Will it be much harder to locate them and to see them in the water? Is it worth the effort to go there and swim in the freezing cold waters to get amazed? So many questions before we went out there at the very beginning of the season in late October. And Guys, really … we don’t find the right words … so we made a video about it together with

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  • Swimming With Orcas & Penguins.


    Wildlife cameraman has an up close and personal encounter with filming Orcas hunting penguins.

    Clip from full documentary: A man among orcas
    Director : Jean-François BARTHOD

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  • Unique video of a wildlife cameraman rescuing a stranded orca


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    Unique video of a wildlife cameraman rescuing a stranded orca.

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    After the theory, this presentation explains how to snorkel with orcas in Norway.

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  • Orcas Let the Boats Hunt for Them | Killer Whale | BBC Earth


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  • A Life Among Whales


    A fascinating exploration into the life and work of whale biologist and activist Roger Payne.

    Weaving together natural history and biography, A Life Among Whales delves deeply into the unique relationship between humans and whales as told by renowned whale biologist and activist Dr. Roger Payne. For four decades Payne has advanced the boundaries of science and activism beginning with his pioneering work on whale songs in the 1970s to his study of ocean pollution today. With beautiful and haunting imagery, the film forces us to question our stewardship of the Earth and our coexistence with some of its most intriguing creatures.

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  • 10 AMAZING FACTS About Orcas


    Orcas are a beautiful species that have been studied in and out of captivity, yet still, there is a lot we don’t know.

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    They’re Not Even Whales
    The image of the “killer whale” and their elusive reputation for consuming colossal sized prey, may be debunked when the world learns these majestic mammals aren’t even whales at all. Though orcas are killer in the sense that they’re cool, the name derives from a diet consisting of whales; hence, killer of whales.

    The Deets
    The little guy will typically be 6 to 9 feet long, while their adult counterparts can reach 23-32 feet. To contradict their offspring, an adult male weighs up to six tons— almost the size of a large bus. Due to their immense size and power, these fierce swimmers have been recorded at speeds of up to 33 miles per hour. The average life of a male orca is 29 years. Females have significantly longer lives, despite the fact that they endure menopause, and research suggests that their longevity is to help care for the other young members of the pod. In the wild female orcas live an average of 50 years, though much older accounts claim 80 years or more.

    The Hunt Is On
    Extremely swift animals, the speed of a dolphin makes it a much sought-after catch, so in the midst of a high-speed chase an orca will ram and stun its prey before going in for the kill. Orcas are unable to take their victim out with a fatal bite, as opening their mouth causes a painful drag along their lower jaw. So, a game of bumper cars ensues, and the orca always wins.

    They Get Around
    The orca species ranges from the Arctic to the Antarctic and move freely everywhere from the ice-capped waters of the north and south to the rhythmical movement of warmer waters along the equator. Orcas can be found around the tropical Hawaiian Islands stretching to the Galapagos and the Gulf of California. They come in second to humans as far as global distribution; yet, orcas are not limited to our ocean’s alone— some have been spotted in freshwater rivers such as the Rhine, Thames and Elbe rivers. In one instance a solo orca was seen 100 miles up the Columbian river, hunting for fish.

    They Stick Together
    When it comes to the discrepancy of pods versus clans, they are solely distinct due to language. A single clan consists of several pods of family groups. While each pod speaks the same language, they each have their own dialect and accent.

    What’s in A Name?
    Theory suggests that past whalers became familiar with the intended prey and denoted the beasts as “killers of whales”; over time, the name became corrupted by the kind of people who love all things grim and grisly. To add, the Latin name for orca is Orcinus orca, which translates to “Of the kingdom of the dead.” The interpretation correlates the Roman God of the underworld, Orcus, with the fierce hunting reputation of the ominous killer.

    Mammals Have Menopause Too
    Despite the fetus facility giving out, these three entities continue to live on for decades although their prenatal abilities do not— why is this? Since some may argue reproduction is the basis for evolution, why would a species stop reproducing mid-life? Science has proposed a fascinating explanation known as the grandmother hypothesis. An idea founded in 1966, the theory proposes that older females forgo the option to bear more in order to support the ones they have.

    Orcas Evolve as Humans Do
    A special team set out to compare the genomes of two separate cultures of orcas in the Pacific Ocean, as well as three cultures in the Antarctic Ocean. To the surprise of the group, the genomes fell into five different groups which perfectly coincided with the cultural distinctions in each. Since only humans are known to evolve based on their culture, this can lend a major breakthrough for the scientific world.

    The Gang Gets Invincible
    Remarkably, orcas don’t have any predators. They are at the very top of the food chain and are therefore considered apex predators. Since orcas are among some of the largest and most powerful creatures in the deep blue, no other animal is able to challenge them— not even the mammoth-sized blue whale, and not even the rapacious great white shark.

    Deadly by Association
    A killer whale called Tilly, one famous “Shamu” impersonator for over 25 years at SeaWorld, killed three different people on separate occasions. There is much controversy as to why this happened, circulating back to heartbreaking living conditions, horrible treatment, and health— as poor captivity and the deterioration of one’s wellbeing could cause any animal to snap. The renowned documentary Blackfish highlights the infamous Tilly, as the film uncovers problems with the sea-park industry, human’s treatment of nature, and the high intelligence of these remarkable animals.

  • Whales and Orcas Feed Together | BBC Earth


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  • Sharks : Scavengers of the Seas - Documentary


    Before being an earthly paradise with enchanting colours, the lagoon of New-Caledonia is above all a paradise for sharks. Usually considered as fierce predators, sharks really are opportunistic scavengers.

    Scavengers that are not too picky when it comes to their menu: feathers, fins or fur, anything will do.

    Amongst the most striking scenes which punctuate this documentary filmed for four years in New Caledonia, is the never-seen-before sequence of the planet’s greatest animal, a weakened blue whale, attacked and cleaned up by hordes of sharks from the surface down to the abyss. High quality images and a dramatic backdrop soundtrack plunge us into the shark's world.

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    Year: 2003
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    Watch the awesome fight for survival as a grown male polar bear takes on a walrus colony at the edge of the Arctic circle.


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  • Watch: Killer Whales Charge Blue Whale | National Geographic


    Drone footage recorded killer whales charging and striking a blue whale in this rare sighting off the coast of Monterey, California.
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    Researchers from Monterey Bay Whale Watch ( who witnessed the encounter say the orcas' coordinated attack was likely meant to harass the whale for fun and not a planned hunt. The attack caused the blue whale to thrash around and quickly flee from the pod. Although killer whales do prey on blue whales, this behavior is rarely observed in Monterey orca communities.

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  • Orca Encounter goes wrong Aug. 23, 2019 - SW San Diego



    Host behaviorist Amber

    Ulises with behaviorist Kristi
    Nakai with behaviorist Erin, helped by Missy
    Orkid with behaviorist Mike
    Keet with behaviorist Michelle/Jen

    love how amber told those kids not to climb up those metal wires.
    i got the picture just in time as Ulises came out first, during their spy hop.

    @16:00 we get new orcas from the right side with
    Makani with behaviorist Brad
    Ikaika with behaviorist Candace

    @16:57 i thought it was Ikaika that messed this up, as he didnt do what candace asked of him, but Makani comes in the pool, Ikaika sort of chats with him, like asking what did you do? lol as Kristi explains, Corky chases Makani in the main show pool, to discipline him.

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  • Orca vs Sarcosuchus- Who Would Win?


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  • Orca swims too close to shore and gets beached


    This killer whale swims too close to shore, and has to find a way to free herself, on the Crozet Islands.

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  • Group of killer whales in brazilian coast


    Pod of orcas (killer whales) next to tourist boats in the coast of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.



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  • Saving the Orcas Special Report


    There are just 75 Southern Resident killer whales left in the wild. The plight of the struggling orcas is largely due to three factors: A dwindling Chinook salmon population, pollution, and boat noise interfering with the orcas' ability to hunt. KING 5 Environmental Reporter Alison Morrow explains how we got here and what needs to happen to help the orca population recover. MORE:

  • Spectacular Orca attack on elephant seal


    Spectacular and rare Orca attack on young, adult elephant seal. Location: Attack channel in Punta Norte, Peninsula Valdez, Argentina.

    According to many experts and the ranger, it was a young adult Elephant seal. It was very interesting, a planned attack in two stages.
    First the Elephant seal entered the water, became aware of the present Orcas and went
    back to the other side of the bay. Some time later, we saw some Orcas making a big fuzz, splashing and breaching over there. Then the Elephant seal came back ( we believe this was the purpose of the fuzz ) It entered the water, the Orcas were on position, underwater and far out. When the seal was reaching the deeper part, 4 Orcas spread out to cover the sides and one in the middle attacked.

    Group effort, planned and very intelligent! Even the present Ranger didn´t think they would attack a young adult Elephant seal at this time of the year, with many easier targets ( sea lion pubs ) around.

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    Orcas feed on fish, squid, birds, and marine mammals. Like dolphins, orcas use echolocation - bouncing sound off of objects to determine their location - to hunt and use a series of high-pitched clicks to stun prey.

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  • Southern Resident orcas J pod & L87 - Puget Sound - Oct 15, 2019


    By Alisa Lemire Brooks, Orca Network (

    Early morning brought reports of orcas off West Seattle heading north. I presumed the group to be Js/L87 who had come in on the 11th and apparently been finding enough salmon to stick around. I found my way to beautiful West Point just in time to watch members of J pod & L87 approach and stream past the south side of the point spread out across the Sound traveling northbound in choppy seas on this cool windy fall morning. I followed them up the Sound as they continued mostly in travel mode, but at times making temporary directional changes to forage. Approximately 2 hours later they and I reached the seaside town of Edmonds. Js & L87 continued north, with some aiming NW and others keeping a line along the shores, eventually finding their way up into Possession Sound where they were last reported just before nightfall.

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  • Up close with a bull orca hunting for stingrays in the shallows


    Wildlife Wednesday! This week we have a bull orca hunting for stingrays in the shallows near Red Beach. Despite its confusing name, the killer whale is actually the largest member of the dolphin family (Delphinidae). Their threat status in New Zealand is nationally critical, with an estimated population of 150–200 individuals.

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