Video Orca Pod Swims By | Peaceful Killer Whales 2 years ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest While prawn fishing in Barklay Sound in Vancouver, a pod of killer whales swam by, but luckily for the fishermen, they came in peace! Original link: … source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts Tour De France Jump | Wait For It February 25, 2016 Top 5 Scare Pranks || JukinVideo Top Five January 19, 2016 Dad Tries Samsung Virtual Reality Goggles March 24, 2016 Nasty FAIL | Sewage Canal Jump February 17, 2016 Rocker Guitar Spin FAIL on Stage January 24, 2016 “Ghost” Communicates Through Printing Calculator | Paranormal Activity May 6, 2016 20 Comments MrCheddahcheese April 30, 2016 Wow that would be an amazing place to just relax. Muzzy Pro April 30, 2016 Ocean looks bueatiful mrmurder75 April 30, 2016 Beautiful. I'd love to see something like that. The most you see in the water in the UK is the odd condom floating past. mikey greene April 30, 2016 You know, orcas don't actually kill people unless if they pose a threat Dom Dodson April 30, 2016 Still dont trust anything bigger than me lol bykreex April 30, 2016 An orca is a killer whale u idiots The Video Catalyst Project April 30, 2016 The dog's reaction is incredible! He looks like he can sense and anticipate the approach of the pod from inside the boat. Ben mcshanag April 30, 2016 Wish I saw that Ben mcshanag April 30, 2016 Closest thing I got to that was swimming with a dolphin which came up to the beach dani defence April 30, 2016 azor was ready to attack the whales!! Sadiq The Don April 30, 2016 I would be scared as fuck Nick Postma April 30, 2016 Terrible camera man Awesomemike29 April 30, 2016 thats really cool robikas April 30, 2016 the cameraman sucks like shit dudelivestrong April 30, 2016 These kill not attack humans in the wild. gngsmomma April 30, 2016 Did I hear gun shots? Vallhar April 30, 2016 Lel mrmurder75 April 30, 2016 I did not know that! May have to head there on holiday one day. XAMSEEX April 30, 2016 beautiful animals Bluenose352 April 30, 2016 They appear to be resident Orcas(fish eaters). They were just curious and being social.