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Orcas, killer whales, are the ocean's most miraculous apex predator. With hunting techniques that are specially designed and catered to each prey species, these toothed whales are perhaps the most proficient predators on the planet.
Endemic to Southern Africa, these vivacious animals are meddlesome and seldom at rest. Living in colonies of up to ten thousand individuals, Cape Fur Seals spend their day building social bonds and, when hungry, embark on riveting hunts for various fish and octopus.
One of the ocean’s most charismatic and well-known travellers of the high seas, humpback whales have come back from the brink of extinction thanks mainly to the efforts of the environmental movement started in the 1950's.
Comparable to their terrestrial counterparts, kelp forests supply refuge and nourishment for an astounding assortment of marine life. Playing a crucial role in carbon sequestration and climate change mitigation, kelp forests are progressively receiving the protection they deserve to thrive.
Plausibly the most iconic yet misunderstood shark species, Great Whites are supremely tenacious animals with a surprisingly conservative nature. Widely protected from exploitation, these mysterious sharks fear only one other animal on the planet besides humans - Orcas.
Proclaimed by the beloved Sir David Attenborough as the most extraordinary gathering of predators on the planet, this annual range extension of sardines and mackerel up the east coast of South Africa generates a marine hunting spectacle that is hard to surpass.
With their tremendous brainpower and finesse of the hunt, bottlenose dolphins spend a vast amount of time socialising and fostering bonds with other pod members. And what better activity for a bottlenose than with an adrenalising, collective surf!
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