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Photo showing Animal Behaviour, Northern Resident Killer Whale beside a whale watching boat

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Stock photos showing Animal Behaviour. This young orca is at home in the water and surfing behind whale watching boats. It is said that the killer whales use the pull of the boats to move quickly from one location to another or simply because it feels good to them. This kind of animal behaviour is seen a lot in the Northern Resident Killer Whales. Make sure to see our story on Whale watching in BC, British Columbia.

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