A whale killer pursues a fishing boat

According to the description on YouTube, the fishermen set sail fromThe shore was literally five miles from Point Lom, when they first noticed the animation under their boat. Who exactly is under them, the fishermen understood only when the animals rose quite close to the surface.

Killer whales could easily turn a 20-foot fishing boat.

dicksclaim that the flock numbered about 30 individuals. Just on the video they are not visible. Whales pursued the boat and jumped out of the water, trying to reach their goal; several times predators and a boat divided literally a couple of meters. Luckily for the fishermen, the whales did not try to turn the boat around, and the men returned safely to the shore.

Despite their nickname 'Whale Killer Whales', killer whales rarely attack humans, especially in the wild.

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