A penguin who would have been killed by killer whales escaped death by jumping into a boat on a tour. A group of tourists recorded this scenario. Matthew and Anna Karsten recorded killer whales pursuing a penguin in the water.
A group of orcas chased this penguin in the Gerlache Strait. These orcas were seriously chasing the bird, fortunately, the bird escaped after its first attempt to leap for safety.
The Karstens was on a tour when a penguin appeared. Anna recorded the bird escaping from the Orcas’pursuit. The Penguin jumped into one of the boats. After the bird had jumped into the boat, a pod of orcas kept on following the boat.
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Killer whales are known as predators and it is normal for them to consume penguins. However, this bird escaped from them. The bird looked like he was confused but still looked calm. After the boat was far away from the orcas, the penguin went back into the water.
At the end of the day, he was free from the killer whales. He was smart enough to have looked for the best way to escape his predators. At the end of the footage, we could see the free bird standing on the boat’s deck.
After cruising for a little bit, the penguin said goodbye to the boat and hopped back into the icy water.Mr. Karsten