VIDEO: Pod of orcas caught on drone

Youtube user films family of orcas swimming near Horseshoe Bay

A family of five orcas were spotted having a whale of a time in the waters off Horseshoe Bay on the weekend.

The video was captured with a drone by a nearby resident.

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It wasn’t the only footage of whales along the coast captured recently.

A group of swimmers in North Vancouver had a close run-in with three killer whales while jumping off rocks at Whytecliff Park.

Warning: Mature language used, viewer discretion is advised.

A whale of a good time here at Whytecliff Park today.

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