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How usually do orcas assault people?

Captain Robert Falcon Scott witnessed a unprecedented scene throughout his ill-fated Antarctic expedition when, on Jan. 5, 1911, his photographer Herbert Ponting ran to the sting of an ice floe to {photograph} a gaggle of orcas that had taken an curiosity within the expedition canines tied up on the ice.

“The subsequent second the entire floe underneath him and the canines heaved up and break up into fragments,” Scott wrote in his diary. “One may hear the ‘booming’ noise because the whales rose underneath the ice and struck it with their backs.”

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