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Killer Whales vs. Witty Otter

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A boat with some guys spot a couple of Killer Whales coming up to them and circling around, then they see a otter-mom swimming on her back with her baby, whom she are carrying on her belly.

The whales kept circling her and as she turns to keep a look at them the baby slides of her belly and sinks. The whales probably got the baby, but the mom stays for a little while crying out for it, but ultimately she understand that she is next on the menu, so she heads for the boat.

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Nature is a biatch sometimes

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Poor baby, can't blame her for looking for it.

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Super vid tks for sharing,shame about baby.

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If you look carefully the baby was next to th boat on the left, you can see it being taken by the Orca as the Orca heads for the boat

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Aww :( It's lucky the boat was there.

A boat with some guys spot a couple of Killer Whales coming up to them and circling around, then they see a otter-mom swimming on her back with her baby, whom she are carrying on her belly.

The whales kept circling her and as she turns to keep a look at them the baby slides of her belly and sinks. The whales probably got the baby, but the mom stays for a little while crying out for it, but ultimately she understand that she is next on the menu, so she heads for the boat.

Nature is a biatch sometimes

Agreed!

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Either the otter is at the mouth of a river or the whales have swum up river. Geologically I would think these animals would'nt meet. Poor lil baby! :(

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