Seal Almost Flips Unsuspecting Boat While Trying To Escape From Killer Whales


I’d be trying to get in the boat too.

Killer whales are called killers for a reason… they hunt.

Orcas, also known as killer whales, are a type of cetacean (aquatic mammal in the dolphin family) found in all oceans of the world. These highly intelligent and social animals are known for their distinctive black and white coloring and their powerful bodies, which can grow up to 30 feet long and weigh as much as 12,000 pounds.

Orcas are apex predators, meaning they are at the top of the food chain in their ecosystem. They have a diverse diet that includes fish, squid, seals, sea lions, and even other whales. Orcas are known for their social structure and their ability to work together to hunt.

California sea lions are a type of sea lion that can be found along the western coast of North America. These marine mammals are known for their sleek, torpedo-shaped bodies and long, powerful flippers. They can grow up to 8 feet long and weigh as much as 800 pounds.

Vancouver Island is home to variety of marine wildlife, known for abundance of fish, sea lions and whales.

The sea lion was seen fighting for its life and it almost got this man involuntarily involved.

The sea lion is seen in the video fleeing for some killer whales hot on its tail as a group of whale watchers look on.

The sea lion takes notice of a boat and swims straight for it. It takes a leap trying to get in but comes down hard on the side nearly flipping the boat, and dumping the man in it, over the side.

That would be a shock as you were putting along in your boat.

Nature is wild.

Pod Of Orcas Make Wave Big Enough To Knock Seal Into The Water

This doesn’t even seem real.

But it’s just a tiny look into how smart these animals are…

Often referred to as “Killer Whales,” orcas are actually the largest member of the dolphin family, and one of the most intelligent animals on Earth. Males can weigh up to 12,000-pounds and females up to 8,000-pounds, and be about the size of a school bus. They also have the second largest brain out of all animals in the world.

Their intelligence leads to smarter living as they often will work together in their social groups known as “pods.”

Their intelligence and pack-like hunting ability has also given them their nickname as the “wolves of the sea,” and they are also the ONLY known predator of Great White Sharks, one of the baddest mf’ers on the entire planet.

Between their sheer size, speed and cunning ways… anytime a video hits the internet showing these amazing animals at work, it’s hard not to pay attention and just be amazed by what is going down.

Like many ocean predators, a favorite meal item are seals, and lucky for them, there are plenty to go around in many areas they reside. Unfortunately, they compete with the seals for salmon which is another favorite food of many orca populations, especially in the Pacific Northwest.

Seals are smart too though, so these orcas have to be smarter sometimes in order to get a meal.

In this video, a seal is seen lounging out on a chunk of ice, as they typically do… where it is safe… or so it thought.

A pod of orcas, determined to get to this seal, come swimming up to the ice chunk in a row, almost as if they’re doing a “Flying V” from the Mighty Ducks. The pod swims by the seal using their tale fins to create a series of waves.

The waves come crashing into the piece of ice , washing the seal back into the water… and now, the unfortunate seal will be easy pickins for the pod of orcas unless he can quickly get back to safety.

This is almost unbelievable how well they work together.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock