Close encounter of the Orca kind

These sorts of clips are mandatory here at Whaleoil

Even though Orca are an apex predator, humans have little to fear.  There are no recorded deaths of humans in the wild.  Of course, they made a few of them angry and crazy enough to keep the death count in captivity up just nicely thank you.

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  • intelligentes candida diva

    AWESOME nature is wonderful, lucky man to have that experience….
    “We’re watching you watching us” says the whales

  • Blue Tim
  • John1234

    You gotta wonder why they won’t eat a human… they eat everything else from dolphins to dugongs… what’s so special to them about humans? Do they understand somehow that it would be dangerous for them?

    • Chris EM

      They can smell the preservatives in a human a mile away.

    • colin herbertson

      they smart critters an they’re as fascinated with us as we are with them.

  • Yeahright

    Twice I have had encounters with Orca’s, once swimming at scorching bay in Wellington, a pod zoomed past at close range, one way to get most people out of the water, nature at its best.
    Another I was feeding the ducks in Evans Bay, next about 10 stingray came right into the beach and hung out there for a while, mean while Orca where crushing the harbour looking for these stingray.

  • Refn8tor

    If these are compulsory, I’d better come clean:

  • burns_well_eh

    His outboard sounded a bit sick, wasn’t idling very well at all. No danger from the orca though, so as long as he can swim or had some oars he was fine.

  • Steely Man

    That movie about Seaworld is a worrying watch -how they do not suit captivity.