Family travels eight hours to go whale watching in Prince Rupert only to be told there's nothing to see; once they found someone to take them, they saw plenty
It wasn't whale-watching season, but some orcas put on quite a show for the Twizell family.Read More →
Mammal breaches only a few feet away from paddler, who exclaims with trepidation, 'Oh-no … Easy there buddy. Easy!'
Orcas in the wild do not attack people, but that doesn’t mean it would not be scary to be closely approached by one of the apex predators while paddling a kayak.Read More →
Actions against son of the late oceanographer Jacques Cousteau stems from allegations of interrupting an orca feeding frenzy while filming in 2004
Actions against son of the late oceanographer Jacques Cousteau stems from allegations of interrupting an orca feeding frenzy while filming in 2004.Read More →
Documentary by Gabriela Cowperthwaite examines death of SeaWorld trainer, killed by orca named Tilikum
A documentary by Gabriela Cowperthwaite examines the death of a SeaWorld trainer who was killed by Tilikum, a 12,000-pound orca.Read More →
After speculation, expert suggests animal corpse is that of a killer whale
A carcass that washed ashore recently on a New Zealand beach was presumed by many to be that of some sort of sea monster.Read More →
Russian scientists have released footage of what's believed to be the world's only all-white adult male orca, which belongs to a small pod known to inhabit waters off Russia's Commander Islands in the Bering Sea. The orca was named "Iceberg" because of the way its towering white dorsal fin broke the surface of the chilly waters east of the Kamchatka Peninsula.Researchers with with the Far East Russia Orca Project spotted and photographed Iceberg twice in 2010, but are only now..Read More →
An orca that had become entangled in a crayfish pot off a New Zealand beach cried for the help of nearby orcas, but is alive thanks to a local diver who plunged in with a knife and cut the mammal loose. Part of the event was videotaped, and the orca's cries can be heard in the footage.The rescue, just a few hundred yards off Hahei Beach, was performed by Rhys Cochrane of a Cathredal Cove dive outfit. The rope attached to the crayfish pot had become twisted around the orca's tail..Read More →
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