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Killer Whale - this population of killer whales feed on herring. In the autumn, schools of herring enter fjords of the NW coast of Norway and pods of killer whales follow the herring

Killer Whale - this population of killer whales feed on herring. In the autumn, schools of herring enter fjords of the NW coast of Norway and pods of killer whales follow the herring


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Killer Whale - this population of killer whales feed on herring. In the autumn, schools of herring enter fjords of the NW coast of Norway and pods of killer whales follow the herring

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Killer Whale - this population of killer whales feed on herring
Vestfjord, Norway
Orcinus orca
In the autumn, schools of herring enter fjords of the NW coast of Norway and pods of killer whales follow the herring. A seasonal whale watching industry has developed around this activity.
Francois Gohier
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Whale-Watching Wonderland - Where Herring Leads, Orcas Follow!

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. In this breathtaking snapshot captured by the talented Francois Gohier, we witness a mesmerizing encounter between nature's giants and their favorite feast. Meet FG-BV-164, the superstar of Vestfjord in Norway - a killer whale with an insatiable appetite for herring! As autumn paints the fjords with vibrant hues, massive schools of herring embark on their annual pilgrimage to these Norwegian waters. And guess who's ready to join the party? Pods of majestic orcas gracefully glide through the crystal-clear depths, creating a spectacle that has birthed an entire seasonal whale-watching industry. With its sleek silhouette cutting through tranquil waters, FG-BV-164 showcases why orcas are known as apex predators. Their powerful fins propel them effortlessly alongside their fellow pod members as they hunt together in perfect harmony. But let's not forget about our finned friends' vulnerable status! These endangered creatures deserve our utmost protection and admiration. As ambassadors of marine conservation efforts worldwide, they remind us that every species plays a vital role in maintaining ecological balance. So next time you find yourself exploring Europe's scenic wonders or venturing into Scandinavia's untamed beauty, keep your eyes peeled for these magnificent marine mammals. Witnessing this awe-inspiring dance between predator and prey will leave you spellbound and forever grateful for Mother Nature's incredible creations!

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