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Orcas stranding to capture sea lion pups from the pebble beaches of Punta Norte, Valdes Peninsula, Chubut, Argentina
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I love this animal but I hate when they call it: "Killer Whale"Me encanta este animal pero odio que le digan: "Ballena Asesina"
correct! it has not been spotted since March 16, 2011!
This orca is called Mel (PTN- 001)!
Nice series! Congratulations!
Wonderful action series! Congratulations on SOTD! :-D
Fantastic series!Congratulations & welcome to the Community Jorge!
Awesome spotting !
Excellent capture.. True part in Web of Life...
Congrats on your spotting of the day, fantastic spotting
Outstanding! Awesome! And what not! Congrats. :)
Jorge, in honor of World Oceans Day, we have selected this incredible series as Spotting of the Day! What an incredible set of photos and what a brilliant example of the ingenuity of apex predators. Thanks for your contributions. "On the pebble beaches of the Valdés peninsula in Argentina, Orcas temporarily beach themselves to grab prey like sea lion pups before wiggling back into the sea." Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1...Twitter: http://twitter.com/projectnoah/status/21...
My goodness! I wouldn't want to swim on your beach! Hair-raising photographs. Fantastic spotting.
Great series, I love the last shot
Really neat series Jorge! That must have been an amazing experience to be able to see and photograph!
Unreal , how lucky are you!!!!!
Welcome to Project Noah, JorgeCazenave.This spotting could go in the Hunters mission at http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/8463...(Poor pups!)
thanks Mary. I have the chance of doing this every year so I have to agree it is absolutely awesome to watch this behavior"
I see a great spotting of the day for this one :) How awesome to be able to witness this - super spotting and photo series.
Spotted on Apr 8, 2007 Submitted on Jun 7, 2012
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