This clip is the opening to a documentary about the natural history of killer whales. It was filmed entirely in the wild over two years using specially developed underwater camera techniques. The 58 minute program looks at the killer whale’s cultural traditions around the world including their hunting techniques, their eloquent use of sound and the way they teach their young.
Filmed in Canada, Alaska, Norway, Patagonia and the Crozet Islands in the sub-Antarctic.
A coproduction between the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, the National Geographic Society and TBS Productions Inc.