This video is called Ocean Adventures: Call of the Killer Whale.
From Wildlife Extra:
Killer whales off the west coast of Ireland
Pair of Orca sighted off west coast of Ireland – Courtesy of the Irish Whale and Dolphin Group
June 2013. Irish Whale and Dolphin Group (IWDG) has received several reports of a pair of killer whales comprising a large bull with a smaller animal (probably a female) off the west coast of Ireland.
The sightings, one off off Malin Beg, Co. Donegal on 18th June at 18:00 and others just over 200 miles away off Mizen Head, Co. Cork on 11th June and the following day off Slea Head, Co. Kerry 12th, it is a reasonable to assume that these sightings are of the same animals.
Click here to read more on the IWDG website.
North Atlantic Killer Whales May Be Branching Into Two Species: here.
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