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  • A Man Among Orcas - Wildlife Documentary

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

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    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.

    Keen had been surveying the shoreline of British Columbia in Canada in July 2015 when he made the heartbreaking discovery. From his boat, he noticed that the incredible creature was stranded on the jagged rocks.
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    In fact, the whale was bellowing cries that were likely a mix of pain and fear. Keen knew, then, that he had to take immediate action. He therefore called the local environmental group Whale Point and the Gitga’at Guardians, who care for the coastline and the surrounding waters.

    Though no one knows how the young whale got itself caught on the rocks at low tide, it was clear that there would be no lifting her off of the rocks anytime soon. Consequently, the rescuers would have to do their best to care for the stranded creature until the tide came back in and she could swim her way out to safety.


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  • BBC wildlife documentary - Killer Whales - National geographic documentary

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    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.

  • TOP TEN Killer Whale Encounters Caught On Tape

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    Top Ten Killer Whale / ORCA Encounters Caught on Tape

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  • 3 Years After This White Killer Whale Vanished, A Scientist Made An Incredibly Rare Sighting

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  • Killing to Survive - Hunting Orcas on the Patagonian coast

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    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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  • A man among Orcas - documentary full hd

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    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...

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    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 See and Environment Film Festival
    Hendaye, France - 2009
    City of Hendaye’s Award

    San Francisco Ocean Film Festival
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    Wildlife Award

    Underwater film festival
    St. Petersbourg, Russia
    Grand Award and Best Photography Award

    International Film Festival
    Dompierre-sur-Besbre, France
    Best Documentary

    33rd festival of underwater image in Antibes
    Juan les Pins, France
    Palme de Bronze

    Nature Festival
    Namur, Belgium
    Gold tape of the Audience, city of Namur’s award

    International Marine and Exploration Film Festival
    Toulon, France
    Silver Anchor

    Jules Verne Festival
    Paris, France, 2006
    Nature Award and Young Public’s Award

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  • Wildlife cameraman rescuing a beached orca

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    Killer Whale Rescue - Wildlife cameraman rescues stranded orca

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  • Amazing Orca Killer Whales In The Wild Wild Ocean Documentary

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  • 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.

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

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    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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  • Patagonia: Coast of the killer whales

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    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.

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

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    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.

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    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.

  • Wildlife cameraman close encounter with a beached orca

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    Unique video of a wildlife cameraman rescuing stranded orca

    Clip From: A man amongst orcas documentary
    Director: Jean-François BARTHOD

  • Luna, a wild orca, plays with his human friend

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    Is it possible for a human to be friends with a wild whale? This little lost orca nicknamed Luna, who lived for a while on the coast of Vancouver Island, seemed to think so. Luna was part of a highly social group of orcas called the Southern Residents, but when he lost track of his family, he tried to make contact with people.

  • Unique video of a wildlife cameraman rescuing a stranded orca

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    Why Do Whales Beach themselves?
    Unique video of a wildlife cameraman rescuing a stranded orca.

    Clip From: A man amongst orcas documentary
    Director: Jean-François BARTHOD

  • GoPro: Orca Rescue in 4K

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    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.

    Shot on the HERO2, HERO3, HERO3+, and HERO4® cameras from


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  • Killer Whale Vs Dolphin | Real Wild Shorts

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    Orcas usually mostly eat fish, but they can also easily attack other marine mammals like dolphins.

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  • Seaworld Killer Whale Show Goes Wrong

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    In response to the criticism that our previous Killer Whale Show Gone Wrong video shows nothing going wrong here is the video broken down for you to see exactly what went wrong.
    One Ocean killer whale show from 29th March 2018 which went slightly wrong during the 'Side by Side' section of the show when the whales starting fighting instead of performing as planned.
    Playbacks and closeups included as well as subtitles throughout the trainers explanation of the Orca aggression.
    As explained by the staff, the fight was a rise against the dominant whale, however, she fought back and fundamentally laid a bite on the tail on the other whale before the staff managed to intervene.

    This small show of aggression from the whales just goes to show how powerful these amazing animals are!

    2018 was the last time we will attend an Orca/killer whale show. It was extremely uncomfortable to watch. It is good news that Seaworld will no longer breed the orcas. We hope there will be a stop to the performances soon with the Orcas moved to a more appropriate sanctuary as done with Beluga whales.

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  • Sperm Whales Dealing : With The Unexpected - Wildlife Documentary

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    Around the Crozet Islands, here is the incredible odyssey of a family of Sperm Whales facing rapid changes in their environment. From the stormy surface to the eternal darkness of the abyss, several generations of these deep-sea divers encounter men and their toys: harpoons of yesterday, and fishing lines of today. Once victim of whale hunting, now accused of stealing fish, a sperm whale shares its private life with us. And what an immersion! We discover in turn its mysterious sonar, its competitors like orcas, and also the strange world of its neighbors - the deep-sea monsters. Amongst them, a revelation: the biggest squid ever filmed in its natural environment, almost 15 feet long. Come and discover the depths of the Crozet abyss...

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  • Release the killer whales! | DW Documentary

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    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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  • Fur Seals Overcome Extinction On ‘Resurrection Island’ – Ep. 1 | Wildlife: Resurrection Island

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    It’s a life of extremes for Antarctic fur seals. Bulls fight to the death for breeding rights, while seal moms work to raise their adorable pups. And National Geographic wildlife filmmaker Bertie Gregory was there to capture it all—follow his adventure in new episodes of Wild_Life: Resurrection Island every Thursday!
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  • Our Planet | Coastal Seas | FULL EPISODE | Netflix

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    Experience our planet's natural beauty and examine how climate change impacts all living creatures in this ambitious documentary of spectacular scope.

    In this episode: From fearsome sharks to lowly urchins, 90 percent of marine creatures live in coastal waters. Protecting these habitats is a battle humanity must win.

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    Experience our planet's natural beauty and examine how climate change impacts all living creatures in this ambitious documentary of spectacular scope.

    In this episode: On the unforgiving frontier of climate change, polar bears, walruses, seals and penguins find their icy Edens in peril.

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  • Rare footage of Crozet orcas kelp massage

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    Rare footage of Crozet orcas frolicking in the ocean and having a kelp massage.


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  • Surrounded by KILLER WHALES!

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    On this episode of Beyond the Tide, Coyote and Mark go kayaking with Killer Whales! Yes that’s right…right on the water next to one of the largest predators in the world!

    The Orca, perhaps the most revered mammal of the sea, is not only a spectacle to witness in person but has been a symbol significance to human cultures all throughout time. They are intelligent, they are perfect predators…they are beautiful.

    With the opportunity to perhaps see one of these creatures from the natural perspective of a kayak, the Brave Wilderness crew set out onto the ocean’s waves for what might be their most epic Beyond the Tide adventure yet!

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  • Are Orca Responsible For The Disappearance Of King Salmon? | Jeremy Wades Dark Waters

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    Jeremy Wade is in Alaska searching for king salmon, and trying to figure out why their numbers seem to be rapidly decreasing.

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  • Wildlife in Germanys lakes

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    At 117 square kilometres, the Müritz is the largest lake on German territory, but it’s far from the only one in the north east of the country.

    Even the Mecklenburg Lake District, between Waren and Feldberg, contains around 2000 lakes alone. Thanks to the Müritz National Park the species diversity is particularly high in the region: half of the German crane population breeds in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern; the osprey is typical of the Müritz area; the lively Eurasian otter hunts here; and the endangered red milan circles the skies above.

    Fred Bollmann knows the national park like hardly any other. The former ranger and voluntary nature conservationist is actively involved in the preservation of ‘his’ wildlife world. Filming for this production took two years. The outcome is a unique portrait of this stunning region.

  • Swimmers at Coromandel Beach, NZ Run Out of Water as Orcas Come Close to Shore

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  • Orca Pod Hunts King Penguins | Worlds Deadliest Whale

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    Orca living near Antartica have developed a complicated and dangerous technique for hunting the King Penguins that live there
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  • Orphan Orca, Saving Springer Documentary

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    Fifteen years ago this summer, the Northwest joined forces to orchestrate the unprecedented rescue of a wild killer whale calf. The effort built trust, partnerships, and goodwill that continue to contribute to killer whale recovery today.

  • Wildlife Warriors - The tough fight against the extinction of endangered species

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    All over the world men and women fight for the protection of nature reserves and endangered species. This is their story, a story of bravery and stamina. We visit scientists in Central Europe who monitor the offspring of the rare lynx nearly 200 years after these elusive cats were extinct in the wild. We follow the work of the moose detective in Sweden on the island of Oland who tries to solve the riddle of increasing numbers of dead moose calves. In the heart of Africa one woman and her guards try to protect rare lowland gorillas and forest elephants but the increasing bush meat trade and the ongoing ivory smuggling makes their work extremely dangerous. Last but not least we meet US conservationists who rescue manatees in Florida - they have all dedicated their life to make a change. Without their work our world would be poorer.

  • Dance with an Orca | Alexander Mercks | Yatao

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  • Orca-Angriff vor Spanien – Weltumseglung mit der Blue Horizon | WDR Reisen

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    Die Blue Horizon ist nach dreiwöchigem Segeltraining auf dem IJsselmeer auf dem Weg nach Spanien. Leonie, Thilo und Jonas segeln durch die stürmische Nordsee, den vielbefahrenen Ärmelkanal und durchqueren die gefährliche Biskaya. Kurz vor Spanien kommt es zu einer dramatischen Begegnung mit mehreren Orcas, die das Segelboot bedrängen.
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  • Orcas Hunting

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    Watch amazing footage as killer whales hunt sharks, rays and sea lion pups with precision. A web-exclusive video from Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures, a PBS series.

  • Pod Of Orcas Take Down Minke Whale

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    A POD of hungry orca descended upon a lone minke whale, ripping it to shreds in just a few short minutes. The rare footage was filmed in Avacha Gulf, Kamchatka, in the Russian Far East by Mikhail Korostelev. The founder of Team Trip, a company that specialises in adventure ecotourism, Mikhail filmed the whales on his most recent excursion in June 2017. Team Trip partnered up with the Far East Russia Orca Project (FEROP) an organisation comprised of scientists who study the magnificent creatures.

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    Producer: Bunmi Adigun, Nick Johnson
    Editor: Marcus Cooper

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  • SNORKELING WITH ORCAS IN NORWAY

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    USEA PRESENTATIONS (3/9) - SNORKELING WITH ORCAS IN NORWAY

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

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    Welcome in this journey underneath the surface of oceans guided by Pierre, the orca whisperer.

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    Credits :
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  • Communication attempt between Orcas and human | Kapr Divers | February 2017

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    Saturday afternoon on our small boat (and in the water around it) in Norwegian sea.
    Unforgettable day, spending hours with this group, watching their cooperation by hunt for herrings and social behaviour after.
    After feeding Killer Whales become as curios as we were. They swam close to the our boat, to Janka /snorkelling girl with orange strap on mask/. They came so close, stop and watch each other try to understand. Checking from under and above with spy hops, sending love... See how long is the Orca stopped in front of the girl. They tried to communicate watching each other eyes...
    Breathtaking moments!

  • Drone footage gives inside look at lives of killer whales l ABC News

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    The new footage from the University of British Columbia left researchers in awe and brings to light rarely seen behavior from the whales.

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  • The Story - Orcas approach swimmer EXTRA FOOTAGE

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    Copyright Dylan Brayshaw, This footage CANNOT be copied or reproduced without permission.

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    Filmed on 4 December at Hahei Beach on the Coromandel peninsular, New Zealand. I was watching a pod of orcas swimming up the beach, I saw a swimmer swimming along shore directly towards them, at this point I asked my partner to get my mobile phone as I wasn’t sure what would happen and I may have to call for help. The orcas circled her and she got quite the fright. She then got out the water as she was only 20m from shore. Some on lookers chatted to her about the experience and then to my surprise she got back into the water and swam back towards the pod, to I assume continue her training swim. I then launched the drone and filmed from a fair distance away making sure not to disturb the pod of orcas. What I witnessed was truly amazing.

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  • Sharks : Scavengers of the Seas - Documentary

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    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.

    Author(s): Cyril Barbançon, Bertrand Loyer
    Director(s): Cyril Barbançon, Bertrand Loyer
    Year: 2003
    Producer(s): Saint Thomas Productions, Canal+
    Running time: 52 mn
    Distributor(s): Village Distribution

    Awards:
    Japan Wildlife Film Festival
    Japan, 2003
    Best Underwater Film


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  • 5 Islands in 5 Days: Orcas Island

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    Mimi and Jake visit Orcas Island and stop by local staples Buck Bay Shellfish Farm and Brown Bear Baking.

  • Orcas Slap Stingray with Tail

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    Rare footage of Orcas filmed in Baja California, Mexico shows them knocking out stingrays with their tail. Stingrays are a diet staple for some orca populations, but they can also be dangerous.
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    Their spines, or barbs, can easily injure a young killer whale that doesn’t have experience taking a ray down. They produce venom, which can be fatal to humans. Nevertheless, the killer whales in the video know exactly what they're doing to avoid being stung.

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  • Habitat of the Orca Killer Whales & Sea Creatures Nature Wildlife Documentary Full HD.mp4

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    Habitat of the Orca Killer Whales & Sea Creatures [Nature Wildlife Documentary Full HD].mp4

  • Group of killer whales in brazilian coast

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

  • Orca Madness 2019

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    End of season tribute to the incredible encounters with orcas in the Salish Sea.

  • Killer Whale Orca Hunting and KILL Common Dolphin | HD STOCK FOOTAGE

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    Footage of Orca Killer Whales hunting Common Dolphin off the South African Coast filmed by Rainer Schimpf and available for licensing at stocklibrary@aquavision.co.za

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  • Biggs Transient orcas - T46s - Colvos Passage - March 14, 2020

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    By Alisa Lemire Brooks, Orca Network (


    We made it to the shores of Lisabuela Park, Vashon Island just as the T46s arrived from the north. Huddled on the shore in biting wind, we watched this lovely family grouped tight continue southbound in white-capped Colvos Passage.



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  • Why orcas are dying and why that matters

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    Our Southern Resident Killer Whales are dying at an alarming rate. And if you pay attention, you'll notice they are an amazing barometer of our entire ecosystem. If the whales go, so do WE in a way.
    Here is why they are having a hard time surviving, and why you should care.
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