You’ll Get Chills When You See What This Man Captured In The Middle Of The Sea

Orcas, more commonly known as “killer whales” are one of the most stunning creatures I have ever laid eyes on. Their nickname isn’t really accurate though as these whales are quite friendly and harmless to most creatures in the sea, and humans as well. They are highly social animals and they travel in groups which can consist of 5 to 30 whales. They are said to be very intelligent and playful, often showing interest in boats that pass by and getting quite close to them. It would be a treat watching them in their natural habitat, and that’s probably what Louis Jobidon thought when he went solo kayaking near Hornby Island in British Columbia, Canada.

But the poor kayaker probably got a lot more than he actually wished for. He noticed some orcas in the distance, but in an instant, one of them was breaching right next to him! That must have been terrifying to say the least! Orcas have never been known to attack people in the wild, but still, having one so close when a kayak could so easily be tipped over must have been alarming, not mention exciting! Only when they are held captive, do they show signs of aggression towards humans, and who could blame them? Check out this heart-stopping video to see how Louis Jobidon’s experience ends.

Watch this heart racing video. What would you do if you found yourself in such a situation? Let us know in the comments! We’d love to hear from you!

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