This Orca is in a hurry and whatever it’s chasing is toast. How’d you like to see that swimming in the water behind you?
When you see the spray coming off of that killer whale’s dorsal fin, you’ll know that it’s windy in that location and that this big orca is really traveling!
Whatever it’s chasing you can see just slightly ahead of it, and it had better get a move on because it’s lunch time and this extra large animal is way-hungry.
Killer whales are not exactly common in the Hawaiian Islands, but not completely unheard of either. In October of 2015 a pod of three Orcas were sighted off of Makaha in the middle of the afternoon.
This one was obviously on a mission.
The poster of the video, the terrific Clark Little photography Facebook page which is based near Haleiwa, Hawaii, makes no claims of ownership on the footage. Of course there is some argument as to whether it was filmed in Hawaii or possibly New Zealand which is the way it should be since this is social media and everyone is right and nobody is wrong because Facebook.