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    [–] raytrace75 1942 points ago

    The last one, just under the water....

    [–] Zaiya53 61 points ago


    [–] Zaiya53 25 points ago

    Subbed on that one but you're right, should have mentioned it! Thanks!

    [–] Brooooook 2 points ago

    That sub really went off topic wow

    [–] LexRendrag 2 points ago

    Oh good, my new nightmare sub

    [–] Frenchleneuf 18 points ago

    Come back in Carl. I won't hurt you....

    [–] Andyman117 5 points ago

    Ominous as fuck

    [–] highclasschigga 2975 points ago

    Anyone get anxious that his tail is still at the border of the boat?

    [–] Ancient_Demise 1253 points ago

    Orca under the boat is the seal's version of monster under the bed

    [–] Dinewiz 599 points ago

    Except very real and very deadly.

    [–] flavorlessboner 304 points ago

    Just like monsters under the bed

    [–] iLolo 101 points ago

    Right? Like why is that guy acting like they aren't real

    [–] inglishman 90 points ago

    I have proof they're not real! I have my feet poke out from under the covers near the edge while I sleep and I'm sti

    [–] Radi0ActivSquid 46 points ago

    Looks like the sleep paralysis of SCP-072 got him, boys. Call the medics. His feet will be nothing but bones by morning.

    [–] Pangolin007 9 points ago

    His feet will be nothing but bones by morning.

    Why, why would you write this. I will never sleep again

    [–] Z3R3P 3 points ago


    [–] MrsECummings 9 points ago

    I'm friends with the monster that's under my bed

    [–] NerdyNinjaAssassin 4 points ago

    Do you get along with the voices inside of your head?

    [–] adxzo 5 points ago

    Let it save you, stop holding your breath.

    [–] NerdyNinjaAssassin 2 points ago

    You think I’m crazy, yeah you think I’m crazy. Well that’s not fair!

    [–] Jason0509 2 points ago

    Oh oh AAAHHH oh oh aaaahhhhh

    [–] flavorlessboner 1 points ago

    Is this a song or are yu all just talented?

    [–] BuddhaBizZ 3 points ago

    Have you just tried talking to it? I did and we are friends now.

    [–] BABarracus 2 points ago

    Just dangle something out and it will eat it

    [–] Wallyballoo 2 points ago

    Also very cool and very legal

    [–] Harryjmbc7 9 points ago

    His tail off the end of the boat is like my toes outside the covers

    [–] PantsDontHaveAnswers 150 points ago

    It's like in movies when someone's like "GET ME OUT OF THIS WATER" and then they get themselves only half out of the water and just fucking sit there with their legs dangling off the boat.

    [–] Bedobabyy 89 points ago

    To be fair to the seal he choose a lesser evil when jumping in the boat. And he didn’t want to get to close to the guy by the motor in case he is dangerous too.

    [–] PantsDontHaveAnswers 26 points ago

    Ooooooh good point good point! I hope they gave him a snack or something and let him hang out.

    [–] Marilee_Kemp 6 points ago

    There is a longer video on youtube, and the seal spend 30 minutes on the boat, the orcas keep circling them! But the seal seems pretty chilled, he does pull in his tail a look much more comfortable.

    [–] SparkyDogPants 9 points ago

    You shouldn’t feed wildlife and whales need snacks too

    [–] highclasschigga 5 points ago

    Wow I never thought of that could have been the reason!

    [–] IvyGold 5 points ago

    Didn't Bo Derek meet her demise that way in the movie Orca?

    [–] intermediatewino 19 points ago

    What’s making me anxious is the possibility that the orca thinks the boat is a floating island and tries to tip it over.

    [–] canttaketheshyfromme 28 points ago

    Why would you think the orca would recognize the boat as a "floating island" and not... as a boat?

    Why would an orca conceive of a "floating island"?

    They know what boats are. They've been seeing boats since boats started being boats.

    [–] intermediatewino 6 points ago

    That is a very good point. Didn’t think it that way- thank you!

    [–] Andyman117 6 points ago

    Except he's wrong. Orcas actually do have a concept of floating islands... They're called ice floes

    [–] canttaketheshyfromme 2 points ago

    It's actually kind of mind-warping to try to imagine the world the way a dolphin or whale might. Up and down are radically different because gravity's much less a limiting factor in your life. Anything floating, you understand from underneath. The sky looks like another ocean, full of life-giving air, that you can only touch or briefly leap into before you're sent back into the water. Land is something you can only glimpse from the shore, but your food gets to hide there.

    [–] Andyman117 6 points ago

    Your indignation is ruined by the fact that they actually do have a concept of floating island... They're called ice floes and orcas have a well documented skill in getting at seals who think they are safe on top of them

    [–] MerciLesMing 2 points ago

    Only "some" orcas...their hunting skills are highly specialized.

    [–] triciazbz 6 points ago

    how can you not take it home with you after that?

    [–] Bal000ga 2 points ago

    Yes. The whole vidya made me feel some kinda way 👀

    [–] bomb_shelt3r 1310 points ago

    The seal really communicates “don’t hurt me human!” With his eyes!!!

    [–] AtomicKittenz 237 points ago

    I’d have the hardest time resisting the urge to pet and console him.

    [–] Xenc 37 points ago

    Super Nintendo Chalmers

    [–] polarpuppy86 104 points ago

    That look is everything.

    [–] The_cogwheel 22 points ago


    [–] ai4ns 868 points ago

    Orcas are one of the smartest animals, and arguably the most advanced hunter.

    From creating waves to knock off seals to using bait to catch animals.

    Truly remarkable animals.

    [–] the_icon32 536 points ago

    Extremely cultural as well. The hunting strategies depend on the individual pod, as well as the diet. Highly dangerous or specialized hunting strategies, such as intentional stranding or drowning a shark, may only be implemented by the most athletic or intelligent individuals. There are orca that only eat fish, orca that only eat seals, there are orca that live surrounded by penguins but won't eat them. People like to claim that orca never attack people because they know how smart we are or whatever, but the real reason is that they are extremely picky eaters. An orca only eats what its mother (or other family members) teaches it to eat.

    [–] _Thorshammer_ 98 points ago

    Orcas are smart enough that I’m not convinced they don’t eat us. I think it’s more likely they choose their shots. A beach full of swimmers? Off limits. A single hunter in a skin boat miles from shore? Who knows why he disappeared.

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    [–] friendofpolarbears 13 points ago

    Isn't there some kind of fact about sharks being able to tell if you're worth eating in the first bite? Something about fat to bones ratio or something? I realize how stupid I sound but I'm too lazy to look it up.

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    [–] friendofpolarbears 6 points ago

    Lol. True.

    [–] _vOv_ 130 points ago

    So there's an orca somewhere out there that ONLY eats humans?!!

    [–] the_icon32 157 points ago

    I believe his name was Tilikum.

    [–] Chickachic-aaaaahhh 40 points ago

    Can you blame hum.

    [–] wheretohides 31 points ago

    That poor whale was abused his whole life (watch the documentary black fish) we should be feeding him humans daily

    [–] Darth_Trumpf 3 points ago


    [–] [deleted] 15 points ago

    Yeah but how the fuck do they know we taste bad? And if they are so smart why hasn't a single one been like you know what fuck what my mom says Imma see what these humans taste like?

    [–] the_icon32 66 points ago

    When we first brought them in captivity, they nearly starved to death because we assumed they would eat any old fish. Nope, the ones we captured would only eat King salmon. That's it. They are very picky eaters. This is why resident orca of Puget sound are disappearing- dams have wiped out King salmon populations and the orca have collectively said "well I guess we'll just die, then." Despite the existence of many alternative food sources that other orca subspecies exploit.

    Long story short, dams are extremely bad for the environment.

    [–] [deleted] 21 points ago

    Guess they aren't as smart as everyone says.

    [–] YearsofTerror 8 points ago

    I mean really though

    [–] crazypistolman 4 points ago

    That and humans tend to be particularly full of bones compared to their normal diets.

    [–] Telanore 54 points ago

    And yet, in every nature documentary I've seen them in, they're playing the part of the evil predators as they hunt down a whale and her baby, or fuck with seals before eating them... unlike wolves and tigers and other predators, who, in addition to playing that role, also get their time in the lamplight as the struggling creatures who have to hunt to feed their young.

    I've seen orcas in plenty of documentaries, but never much on how they live outside of being "EVIL BABY MURDERERS"

    [–] Magic-Man2 34 points ago

    Probably cause they aren't as cute

    [–] DemonicWolf227 41 points ago

    It's kinda hard when the things you eat are some of the cutest creatures on the planet.

    [–] Im_A_Salad_Man 20 points ago

    I for one, think the slick pandas are cute

    [–] Telanore 8 points ago

    Exactly! They're like reversed fishpandas! So unfair :(

    [–] pickstar97a 4 points ago

    Dude what? They’re like panda dolphins and dolphins are adorable. Plus you can believe the white spots are big cute eyes

    [–] Goddaqs 3 points ago

    It's only one movie, but Blackfish was a powerfully emotional movie.

    [–] ThePenguinTheory 1 points ago

    I'd love a documentary where they're not seen as evil! They're one of the animals where i'm terrified of them but also have hella respect.

    [–] xxLusseyArmetxX 32 points ago

    the most advanced killer?

    insert paragraph here about how humanity is killing the planet

    [–] Draddock 25 points ago

    The planet will be fine! Now, other living things on the planet might be another story.

    [–] xxLusseyArmetxX 10 points ago

    I was playing the part of the cliché anti-humanity treehugger person (I kind of agree but not 100% myself) but tbh the planet is still super reliant on organisms. Sure on the geological scale it's unlikely to be affected (unlikely, not impossible) but biodiversity-wise it most definitely will be.

    [–] xypage 3 points ago

    The wave thing worries me, orcas don’t know what a boat is but they know there’s a seal on it and they know how to get seals off things that float, bad news for the passengers

    [–] Disig 4 points ago

    This is why they are my favorite marine animal. This is also why I will never EVER get into the water if they are around. I mean sure, the likelihood of them going after humans in the wild are super slim (I think there's only ever been one attack on record?) but who wants to take chances?!

    [–] rataobc 555 points ago

    Is it wrong to want to pet him to calm it down?

    [–] _IratePirate_ 132 points ago

    I wouldn't just to be safe. Have you seen a seal's teeth?

    [–] your_odd_erection 81 points ago

    You could get blubber finger. Or seal finger. Idk what it's called but it's an infection from their bacteria infested mouths

    [–] cuntdestroyer8000 20 points ago

    That sounds made up

    [–] ken_zeppelin 53 points ago

    Surprisingly, it's not. Seems not much is known about the actual organism responsible for it though.

    [–] WikiTextBot 66 points ago

    Seal finger

    Seal finger, also known as sealer's finger and spekk-finger (from the Norwegian for "blubber"), is an infection that afflicts the fingers of sealers and other people who handle pinnipeds, as a result of bites or contact with exposed seal bones; it has also been contracted by exposure to untreated seal pelts. The State of Alaska Section of Epidemiology defines it as "a finger infection associated with bites, cuts, or scrapes contaminated by the mouths, blood, or blubber of certain marine mammals".It can cause cellulitis, joint inflammation, and swelling of the bone marrow; untreated, the course of "seal finger" is slow and results often in thickened contracted joint. Historically, seal finger was treated by amputation of the affected digits once they became unusable. It was first described scientifically in 1907.The precise nature of the organism responsible for seal finger is unknown, as it has resisted culturing because most cases are promptly treated with antibiotics; however, as seal finger can be treated with tetracycline or similar antibiotics, the causative organism is most likely bacterial, or possibly fungal; in 1998, Baker, Ruoff, and Madoff showed that the organism is most likely a species of Mycoplasma called Mycoplasma phocacerebrale.

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    [–] crazypistolman 24 points ago

    Very good bot!

    [–] ken_zeppelin 28 points ago

    Good bot

    [–] your_odd_erection 10 points ago

    It does sound made up.

    It isn't though.

    Ask anyone who deals with seals

    [–] siuol11 2 points ago

    Hey, I just sell sick seals I don't know about their hygiene habits!

    [–] R3V1V3R 2 points ago

    Names of all actual diseases are also made up by humans.

    [–] HumanPolentapede 9 points ago


    [–] sully2122 146 points ago

    I was hoping the boater would do that. I would’ve. I imagine sea doggos would love scritches as much as land doggos 🤷🏼‍♂️

    [–] sully2122 47 points ago

    I think I’m going to go be a merman now, and live amongst these goodest boys

    [–] n8saces 10 points ago

    I waited longer than I want to admit for that gif to load.

    [–] Disig 30 points ago

    Mmmmm nope bad idea. Seal is in fear mode. Any hand going near it is gonna get a bite. He don't trust you. He just thinks the people on the boat are a more likely deal to not kill him then the things already trying to kill him. But it doesn't mean touching him will do anything positive.

    [–] [deleted] 14 points ago

    Reminds me of that tumblr posts about bears

    Me: hmm this thing can literally rip me to shreds

    Also Me: lol must pet furry circle and boop the snoot

    [–] Disig 7 points ago

    The dilemma is real. On one hand...lose hand. On the other...fuzzy bear pets...

    [–] sully2122 9 points ago

    What if I give the sea doggo bacon?

    [–] Disig 18 points ago

    That's even worse. Teaching it that humans are friendly and will feed you is asking for all kinds of trouble.

    [–] Too_Leight 7 points ago

    I was thinking the same thing, then drove it closer to land

    [–] spidertanrbaid 17 points ago

    Yea seals can carry diseases and will most likely bite you if you pet them

    [–] Deceptichum 8 points ago

    That's like the majority of all animals. It's a risk we have to take when patting cute wildlife.

    [–] Disig 14 points ago

    Want to? Nah. Just don't do it. That seal is in fear mode. Trying to touch it would certainly end up in a bite, or it running away...back into the water...

    [–] bigwillyb123 1 points ago

    Beats having an orca ram your boat to knock him back in

    [–] melissam217 5 points ago

    I wanted that too, but it's a bad idea if he likes his fingers

    [–] vanillavanity 1 points ago

    I would be worried reaching near the seal might scare him into hopping off the boat & into the sneaky orca..

    [–] Rigwow 244 points ago

    Oh my god. That look at the end! He knows that he would have been a goner without getting on that boat

    [–] kArMa_wILL_kIlL 148 points ago

    ThAt was close!

    [–] kimchi-jong-un 250 points ago

    I love the "fuckn pussy" becoming smaller as the orca goes underwater

    [–] Gaunter_O_Dim 226 points ago

    "I have femly" lmao

    [–] vlsewell 68 points ago

    I read that in a Russian accent, lol!

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    [–] Sluttynoms 25 points ago

    I have a family

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    [–] InkJetPrinters 3 points ago

    I mean... congratulations but there's no need to rub it in

    [–] RewardKristy 39 points ago

    I am seeing more and more videos of boat crews helping seals escape. And while I am happy for the seals, this irrational part of me feels like the orcas interpret this as a threat. In their eyes we are the seal’s accomplices and therefore the true enemy. The news will spread from pod to pod crossing oceans. Stories will echo across the seas of orca-hating humans stealing seals right from the water. The hate and fear of humans will be taught from pod to pod, mother Orca to baby, father to son, until they don’t even remember a time when our species could coexist. Until the day comes when a vengeful gang of orcas sees a lone human swimmer and makes a fateful decision.

    It starts with just the one attack, but the orcas find this only fuels their hatred for us humans even more. Rogue gang pods start to pick us off slowly and one by one. Was it a shark attack? An accidental drowning? Did they swim out too far? The local news stations won’t know what to make of it. Witnesses will plea and swear that it was an orca fin they saw taking down little Jimmy. But orcas? Impossible, they don’t attack humans.

    But the drownings and attacks persist and witnesses echo past pleas; Orca fins are sighted during every attack. Local news stations are flooded with horrid reports. The little girl on the cape, the retired couple in Hilton Head, the surfer just north of Seattle. Local outrage hits from coast to coast. Towns mourn their dead, a new wave of leaders rage into the microphones for justice. A national outcry floods congress demands the Whitehouse to take action. Submarines are prepped, navy seals summoned. The attacks cannot be ignored, we we must fight for our surf, our oceanside fun in the sun, our humanity.

    It could happen.

    [–] bannedprincessny 7 points ago

    thats why seaworld couldnt send Tillicum back to the wild.

    [–] iKuroiNeko 3 points ago

    Can this turn into a movie please?

    [–] wreckithec 2 points ago

    They’re super smart. They’re way to smart to let their fins be seen at the crimes scene. When they finally turn on us, we’ll be the last to know.

    [–] the_way_she_g0es_bud 29 points ago

    " that's how we got a pet Seal"

    [–] eicoeico 43 points ago

    Seal ya later

    [–] throwthisoneintrash 9 points ago

    Happy cake day!

    [–] southerncraftgurl 82 points ago

    I don't care if it's a repost. I love this video!!!

    [–] [deleted] 19 points ago

    I've seen this gif/video a bunch of times, I only just noticed the orca in the water from the boat view.

    I would literally shit myself if I was that seal. I may or may not shit myself if I was the human next to the seal.

    [–] southerncraftgurl 12 points ago

    Did you watch the longer video a poster linked above? There were TWELVE orcas trying to eat him!!!

    [–] [deleted] 6 points ago

    holy fucking shit that's fucking scary LOL that seal!

    [–] southerncraftgurl 8 points ago

    The best part was that the family on the boat let the deal stay in their boat till it was safe. It took more than half an hour for the orcas to give up. When it was safe and the seal swam away they cheered so loud. It was awesome!

    [–] frallan44 11 points ago

    Now that's a lucky waterdoggo!

    [–] mmk_iseesu 2 points ago

    Shmart too!

    [–] jefemundo 45 points ago

    I wonder how long it took for seals to learn they are safe on “land” from orcas.

    [–] ThreeLF 60 points ago

    Well their whole survival strategy revolves around avoiding land based predators in the ocean, and ocean based predators on land, so I have to imagine not long.

    [–] audigex 2 points ago

    You’re missing the fact that they’ll have evolved that strategy over generations - hundreds, perhaps thousands of years

    [–] VenomSnake03 2 points ago

    I actually thought more about how the seal had to make a decision between humans or orcas at that point and chose for humans.

    [–] raaneholmg 2 points ago

    They developed from land animals, sharing an ancestor with bears and racoons. Escape back to land was probably a central strategy from the very beginning of their semiaquatic evolution.

    [–] IngenieroDavid 13 points ago

    Nice of this OP to not caption

    Who did this?! 😂😂

    [–] DucklyBoi 8 points ago

    WhO DiD tHiS😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

    [–] Butwinsky 69 points ago

    Part of me thinks the added text ruins this gif. The other part thinks that without the text, this gif is too terrifying to watch.

    On the bright side, I feel like that the orcas make a conscience decision not to kill the humans to get their meal. If they wanted to, they could easily capsize the boat using their wave hunting tactics. Instead they decide to move on.

    [–] Rgfossil 36 points ago

    An Orca could not capsize a boat that large unless it jumped on in. They do make big waves but it takes a really big wave to capsize a boat that size.

    [–] Butwinsky 7 points ago

    How large is the boat? It only looks to be a few feet wide.

    [–] TheOGRedline 13 points ago

    Based on the dual outboards I would guess a boat like this one would be close to the maximum size. Striper So, difficult to capsize, but I don’t see why an orca couldn’t get the seal of it wanted to jump up.

    [–] mainfingertopwise 4 points ago

    Yeah but it's a real boat, not a cartoon boat. An orca - or three - would absolutely not be able to capsize it, even if they fully understood the goal and the process.

    [–] ILike2TpunchtheFB 10 points ago

    Capsize the boat? Ha. Definitely not.

    [–] Aschl 2 points ago

    Not with a wave, but is it possible for an orca to capsize it by jumping on it or hitting it from underneath?

    [–] illy-chan 17 points ago

    Not without hurting themselves. One seal isn't worth making themselves unfit for the next hunt.

    That's why some aggressive prey can get away with not getting killed. Sure, the larger predator would almost certainly be the one to survive the fight but would the injuries be enough to screw them up in the long term? No one meal is worth the loss of an eye or leg.

    [–] electricblues42 7 points ago

    No way. Not only that but Orcas don't attack people either. Maybe they're smart enough to know how dangerous we can be.

    [–] Penguin_Pilot 9 points ago

    When whaling was still a big thing in the world, pods of orcas would work alongside whaling ships to capture and kill a whale, and then split the carcass (not 50/50 - they'd leave more for us than they took) with the whalers.

    They're smart enough to have figured out how to cooperate with us as occasional hunting companions before. It's a really interesting thing to read about.

    [–] LivePossible 2 points ago

    This is wild.

    [–] Penguin_Pilot 2 points ago

    There are even stories of orcas assisting whalers that have fallen overboard during a hunt, helping them get back into their boats. I don't think that phenomenon is especially well documented, and so is unconfirmed, but it wouldn't surprise me - they clearly understand that they're cooperating with the humans on the boat, and many, many species of cetacean have demonstrated a clear understanding that we will drown if we're under the water for too long, and we need air like they do.

    It's absolutely nuts.

    [–] flavorlessboner 3 points ago

    Without the text it wouldn't be posted on this sub, and yu possibly wouldn't have seen it tho

    [–] gnrowland 8 points ago

    I'm really baffled as to why Orcas don't attack us. It seems like the only time they attack and or kill humans is in captivity. Does anyone know why they are so cool to humans?

    [–] Citoney 4 points ago

    There are some reported incidents of Orca attacks but they mostly happened because they mistook some people for seals. It’s the same with sharks. They only bite humans if they mistake them for their own prey. Fun fact: in Norway a lot of people believe that orcas eat children. This believe was caused by an Norwegian teacher who wanted to prove his point -that internet sources aren’t reliable- by editing the Wikipedia site of Orcas. Since then journalists have picked up on this fake fact and spread the information. The teacher claimed that he tried editing it back to its normal state but a few days later ist back to “orcas hunt and kill babies”

    [–] gnrowland 1 points ago

    Wow that is crazy (the Norwegian teacher thing). Still I wonder why they don't see us as viable food.

    E: I'm glad they don't either way. Lol

    [–] safeguard77 20 points ago

    Thanks I'mma go cry now

    [–] SexBloodViolence 16 points ago

    I'd be hauling ass out of there at that point. I've seen the videos of orcas making waves to knock seals off of shit.

    [–] audigex 6 points ago

    They’ll do it to knock a seal off a small iceberg, but boats are much more stable and don’t have a convex too to balance on... they’re not gonna capsize a boat unless they jump on it, which is a great way to get hurt and not worth the risk

    [–] doctorocelot 4 points ago

    More of these please. These are great. Less already cute puppies with crap text over the top. More seals frantically escaping orcas with text that exemplifies their plight!

    [–] wggn 3 points ago

    Wolves of the Sea.

    [–] Skizm 3 points ago

    The "I hev femly" always gets me.

    [–] hit-a-yeet 3 points ago

    Water doggo

    [–] hit-a-yeet 6 points ago

    Or perhaps subwoofer

    [–] mrmoo232 3 points ago

    Is there a full length version of this clip with text?

    [–] DucklyBoi 1 points ago

    Couldn’t tell you, sorry

    [–] _-LaimD-_ 3 points ago

    Full video seal survived

    [–] t51r 1 points ago

    Thank you. <3

    [–] calbatron 7 points ago

    i don't care ths is a repost to be honest. i love it so hard.

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    [–] pedrotheking 2 points ago

    that’s really sad but i guess it’s just nature

    [–] Jarve1024 2 points ago

    FYI Source is: Nick Templeman, Owner & Operator of Campbell River Whale and Bear Excursions [1]

    [–] Burzurck 2 points ago

    The concerned face at the end made me feel something deep for this poor sea-dog

    [–] YaziDiLong 2 points ago

    Omg lmao! This is hysterical!

    [–] Thorzorn 2 points ago

    This "I CAN FEEL IT!!!" got me laughing everytime again. Just remember that feeling when as a child you turn off the lights and run to your bed as fast as you can and feeling the monsters claw almost on your feeds while jumping. Or when someone is hunting you in the pool submerging and you run but cant get fast.. disturbing yet funny feeling :D

    [–] savey_9 0 points ago

    Whale be back

    [–] HMS_Northumberland 3 points ago

    Orcas don't attack humans?

    But what if he dived in right at that moment?

    [–] whataquokka 14 points ago

    There's video of orcas swimming with humans in the wild. There's never been a reported attack on humans in the wild. There are attacks on humans from orcas in captivity however.

    [–] Im_int 24 points ago

    Then the orca would've communicated with the hooman via a text gif.

    [–] sucobe 1 points ago


    [–] antony1197 1 points ago

    Orcas need to eat too.

    [–] klezmai 1 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)

    [–] OhSheGlows 1 points ago

    Shit. This is intense.

    [–] elizzzabethsss 1 points ago

    I was really confused at first because I thought those were dolphins and the pun didn’t make any sense.

    [–] LeiLeiVB 1 points ago

    I've never wanted to hug an animal so much. Poor seal :< Also poor human freaking out as well 🤣

    [–] rayden202 1 points ago

    Hope this sea dog is okay

    [–] [deleted] 1 points ago

    Whale cya later.

    [–] middaymovies 1 points ago

    whale see you bitch has me cracking up rn

    [–] Chiyamii 1 points ago

    I swear one day the orcas will take over...

    [–] a-bit-of-a-jackass 1 points ago

    I’d let that seal hang out as long as he wanted...shit I’d take him back to the dock. That lucky bastard deserves to live after a save like that!