The whale observers recently witnessed a violent mass struggle between aggressive skating and a couple of defensive humpback whales near the U.S. maritime border and Canada, which lasted for several hours and sounds could be heard over the surface of the water.
Cetaceans clashed in the Strait of Juan de Fuca in the Sea of Salish, about 40 kilometres west of Victoria, British Columbia, and Port Angeles, Washington, according to a statement by representatives of the Pacific Whaling Watch Association, and crew members on board the Eagle Wing Tours first noticed about 15 "unusually active" species of Orcinus orca on the surface.
The unusual holocaust lasted at least three hours, and as a result, nature's amateurs lost sight of the epic contraction when a thick cloud of fog struck, and the result of the competition remains a mystery.
Also for at least five years, a pair of snails in South Africa killed large white sharks and ate their liver, and now researchers have shared the world's first video of one such attack.
In June, researchers reported that two males were male.
New footage taken during the clock hunt with a drone and a helicopter shows that the skating, known as Starboard, helped several of the pack's mates attack the white shark and then ate a few pieces of white meat.
According to the authors of a new study published in Ecology, this is the first time that the bosom was noticed during an attack on a large white shark, and all previous attacks in the region were based only on mutilated shark carcasses dumped on the coast of Gansbay.