From Discovery News:
When you combine the enthusiasm of a killer whale and playful romping of a swimming dog, the results are unpredictable. Luckily for us, someone captured their exchange and they get along just fine!
This video from New Zealand says about itself:
Nov 11, 2012 by Deonette De Jongh
Encounter with Orcas at Matheson Bay, Leigh.
The free diver was on his way back in when he must have seen the Orcas and quickly got out onto the rocks. It seemed like there was at least 4 Orcas around him of which one was a mother with her calf.
The one Orca came very close to shore where the Labrador was busy retrieving sticks from the water. He saw the whale and quickly turned around and swam back to shore with the Orca following as far as he could go.
- West Seattle Whale Watch: Orcas heading this way (westseattleblog.com)
- Killer whale sighting in Bay of Fundy (cbc.ca)
- B.C. scientists say turbines would put killer whales at risk (o.canada.com)
- Followup: Details on Sunday’s West Seattle (etc.) orca visit (westseattleblog.com)
- Orcas scare diver from water, then escort dog to shore (grindtv.com)