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I think we need a bigger shark.

In the video above, you can see the killer whale take the great white shark down a peg or two. This orca spots a shark on a calm swim around the Monterey Bay, opens wide, and takes a bite. Then, it just drags this shark around the bay like it were nothing. 

This is actually really rare type of footage, according to Katyln Taylor from Monterey Bay Whale Watch.

“A lot of times when we see offshore killer whales it’s hard to tell what they are eating. We hardly ever get footage to see what it actually is,” Taylor told Monterey County Weekly. “They specialize in sharks, and probably some types of offshore fish. It’s pretty lucky to see them.”

Drone photographer and videographer Slater Moore caught the footage via drone because what are those things good for if not delivering packages and watching a whale eat a shark.

So, if you and your friends have a bet about who would win in a fight Free Willy or Jaws, you have your answer.

via Total Film

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Robyn Malcolm scored a beautiful picture of animal friendship in Eden, New South Wales when she captured that glorious image of a seal riding a whale.

Look at it again.



He's just chilling. Hanging out and enjoying the scenery while his oceanic minion delivers him to his destination.

There's no telling what part this cetacean transportation has in the global turmoil over ride sharing.

But probably this pair is just really late to the weasel riding a woodpecker party and they think they can catch some of that sweet, sweet virality.

Here's that picture again, just for fun.

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This morning near Ketchikan, Alaska a sea lion was hiding under our fishing boat because he was being stalked by a killer whale. When we decided to leave the area the whale attacked the sea lion and tossed him 20 feet into the air!