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Michael Kundu

  • I suppose there's a trade off between experiencing the wild through your television, or taking the chance of encounters on-site - some people choose to live their lives cautiously; others prefer risk. People are different - but I can tell you quite clearly which ones are the more interesting ones at cocktail parties ;)

    Orca whales approaching our sea kayak...

    • 3 years ago
    • 350,765 views
    Orca whales, northern resident members of the A24 and I15 matrilines, gather in front of our kayaks in the Johnstone Strait, British Columbia, Canada. Aug 2010. Video by Nola K. Support orca wha...
  • Time•Gypsies in the studio

    Caera and Michael of the Time•Gypsies do scratch vocals on a song while other band members record the instrumental parts on one of their songs at AudioLogic recording studio.
  • New video with a gray whale interaction

  • Gray Whale Hits Our Boat

    • 1 year ago
    • 488 views
    As our engine is off to avoid a prop strike, a migrating gray whale, feeding on shrimp, turns its path of foraging travel and moves closer, surfacing just beside us and then brushes up gently again...
  • Don't know what to really say except to thank the diver over and over again - you've restored my faith in some of the people in this world.

    Wild Dolphin "Asks" Divers to Help Free Itself from Hook

    Dolphins may be one of the planet's smartest creatures, but one thing they lack are opposable thumbs. However, they are clever enough to recognize that, in a pinch, they can approach humans to get ...
  • Gary Whale Surfacing by boat

    • 1 year ago
    • 95 views
    Pacific Northwest migratory fray whales
  • Breaching Humpback BCY0409: Haro Strait- Aug 4, 2012

    Filmed by Ed Brooks: From Lime Kiln State Park, San Juan Island, Washington we watched humpback BCY0409 traveling steadily but slowly in resting mode northbound in Haro Strait for about an hour whe...
  • Marysville Getchell memorial garden

    • 2 years ago
    • 148 views
    Students dedicate a memorial garden to honour the students who have tragically passed away while attending high school in Marysville, WA.
  • Canyoneering 1.wmv

    Canyoneering
  • Ocean Footage: Dog watches killer whales

    Moving with powerful grace, this orca pod is seen from a boat that also happens to have a dog as passenger - hard to tell what the canine might think of these impressive killer whales as they swim ...
  • Un gato que juega con varios delfines

    Redacción, 11 abril (CERES TELEVISIÓN)

    A juzgar por estas imágenes, los gatos y los delfines no se llevan del todo mal.


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  • chi2capcorn is absolutely right - females reach 90-100, and males reach 60 in the wild. Here in the PNW, we`ve got the entire southern residents photo-tagged, and many of our whales (J1, J2, J8, K12, K13, L2, L5, L25, L26, L41, etc) have lived past 50 - a fact acknowledged by the US government (National Marine Fisheries Service) - I think ianaim1983 works for a marine park pr dept - if not, let`s hear your feedback on why dozens of our SRKW`s like J-1 etc. are proven to have survived so long.

    Refloating of Male Orca, Papamoa, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand

    We just arrived in time to watch "Nobbie", the male orca approx 30 years old, being floated out to sea, after being on the beach for about 9 hours. He probably made a mistake while chasing stringra...
  • Amazing experience and great video, thank you! It`s also amusing to read the really uneducated comments from twits like jin7210, shiftyfcker321, cfb52006, who clearly have no clue about wildlife, and that wild orcas do not harm people - reasonably intelligent folks always get a chuckle at how dim some people out there are. Ignore people like them - they represent the weak end of our gene pool.

    Swimming with Orcas New Zealand

    Snorkeling trip interrupted by a pod of Orcas. Watch the baby take aim and blow!
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