I was out cruising in my boat with friends and spotted the transient orcas chasing dolphins. Panicked, the dolphins tried hiding in a nearby bay, but they couldn’t escape the family of killer whales and the mayhem began…
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 http://GoPro.com.
A stranded orca in B.C. was saved by volunteers who kept it cool for 8 hours.
An amazing video has emerged of an orca whale swimming underneath a paddleboarder off the coast of New Zealand on Monday.
The once-in-a-lifetime footage, captured off Kuaotunu beach, shows the killer whale swimming right next to boarder Luke Reilly.
Interviewed by a local news organisation about the experience, Riley said “This one just bee-lined it for me. He popped up about 10cm away from the back of my board.
I managed to get my hands on more video shot of the Orcas rubbing themselves on the pebbly bottom on one of the Islands North of Powell River. More to come! 😉
This is the ultimate showdown of the sea – the killer whale and the great white shark.
Killer whales are the world’s biggest dolphin: 32 feet long and up to six tons heavy.
The great white shark and the killer whale are the most formidable predators in the sea. These animals are so dangerous that they would never challenge each other…or so we thought. One morning, off the Californian coast, a boatload of tourists witnessed the ultimate clash of the titans: an unexpected killing challenges the great white shark’s supremacy as the ultimate predator when one became prey to a killer whale.
The Whale That Ate Jaws examines this extraordinary incident. Featuring amazing underwater footage of two whales feeding on the shark, this show reveals an astonishing new perspective on the relationship between the ocean’s two top predators.