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Orcas join swimmers at West Vancouver's Whytecliff Park

06 July 2017

In fact, according to an article on, there has only been one confirmed case of a killer whale attack on a human in the wild, and that occurred 45 years ago in 1972.

A group of swimmers at West Vancouver's Whytecliff Park got quite the surprise this holiday long weekend: they were joined by a pod of orcas.

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As the camera turns, you see two other men scrambling out of the water with the orcas just a few metres away.

Instagram user Robin Léveillé posted a video showing a pod of orcas swimming close to the rocks where many people hike.

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While it's likely that the orcas were simply curious about the swimmers and meant no harm, it's understandable that swimmers would crave dry land in the presence of such sleek and powerful mammals.

Transient killer whales can measure to about 26 feet and weigh up to 6 tons.

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Orcas join swimmers at West Vancouver's Whytecliff Park