I think it was pretty rude of the photographer to not even try a bite of penguin.
WoW! I love it.
You love it? What does it taste like?
Is this going to make me sad? I can't watch anything sad.
Oh, no - no, watch it, Evo. It's kinda sweet,actually.
I wonder what the sea lion thought he was?
OK, is it too late to become an antarctic photographer for Nat'l Geo?
'Coz I'm sick of my job right there, I'll tell you what...
I wonder if Pengwuino will report this thread.
Awesome , I love it!
I once witnessed very similar behavior between my cat and my dog. The cat would bring near-dead mice to the dog, who would just sort of paw at the dying rodents. But the cat was so patient, and the dog was an attentive (yet inept) student.
According to 1 out of 12 comments under the Youtube video, the whole thing was faked.
Those people seem quite certain about it, so I guess it was faked.
I wonder what part was fake. That penguin did look pixilated, and the shadows under the water looked odd...some evidence of photoshopping...
Bah it's National Geographic. I'll believe them.
Cute furry sea leapard. Who's the cutest vicious predator in the Artic seas? You are! Yes you are!
You would not believe how horrified I was after watching the Free Willy movie, and seeing my first documentary that explained the "killer" whale to me in detail. After seeing a few seals tossed up in the air I don't think I could ever look at Willy the same way again...
To be naive again.
Killer whales are attractive and they kill to stay alive. Sea leopards are pretty cute, and they kill to stay alive. Penguins can be really cute, and they kill to stay alive. Their prey is fish though, and somehow we don't extend fish the same courtesy. Killer whales, sea leopards, and penguins are all predators, and our attitudes toward their places in the food-chain should not be swayed by their appearance - popular culture puts the lie to that ideal, though. It would be a whole lot easier to raise money from the public to protect killer whales than to protect Australian salt-water crocodiles.
Another young seal/sea-lion ?
Divers aren't allowed in the water in the antarctic when killer whales are around because they mistake divers for seals, which isn't good.
Killer whales aren't a threat to people anywhere else but if you decide to be seal sized, dress in black rubber and swim around with flipper motions you are going to be lunch.
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