Killer Whales: Wolves of the Sea
An extraordinary glimpse into the world of these incredibly efficient predators, Killer Whales: Wolves of the Sea is an intriguing celebration of the species’ ingenious hunting methods, sophisticated communication skills and strong family ties.
Panda Award winner for Photography at Wildscreen 1994, this hour long National Geographic production was widely acclaimed for its outstanding cinematography. Hurling themselves up the beach after seals, tossing their prey back and forth to hone their hunting skills, and communicating with their own individual ‘dialects’, fascinating footage details the high intelligence of these majestic creatures.
Narrated by David Attenborough, this vivid and dramatic piece chronicles all aspects of the mighty marine mammal’s behaviour. Impressive close-up footage documents pods playing, practicing hunts and employing their fearsome agility.
Beautifully filmed, Killer Whales: Wolves of the Sea is a thrilling portrayal of these ‘sea devils’, showcasing their raw power and mystique as they stalk the Earth’s oceans.