A drone captures a pod of killer whales attacking a humpback whale mother and her calf of the coast of Ningaloo in Western Australia on Friday, in an event rarely seen by scientists.
A drone video shows a 14-foot great white shark drowning a young humpback whale, in what is likely a first verified report of a shark successfully hunting a whale according to researchers.
Yesterday, we covered the whale swimming in the St. Lawrence River near Montreal. Today we can report that a drone captured a massive humpback whale swimming close to the New Jersey Shore.
Radio-Canada drone operators captured some amazing drone footage. With a DJI Mavic Mini, one of DJI’s smallest drones, they captured a humpback whale, one of the largest mammals in the St. Lawrence River near Montreal.