Woman Sparks Debate After Kicking Sea Lion Off Boat Into Pod Of Killer Whales
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An woman has divided opinion after she uploaded a video of her getting rid of a sea lion sitting on her boat while surrounded by orcas. Watch below:
The clip has since been removed from the person's TikTok, as she urged the sea creature to jump into orca-filled waters.
To clarify things, orcas' main source of food comes from mammals, which include sea lions.
The woman, talking to the sea lion, says: "You have to go, you can't be here.
"Oh my goodness, I don't know what to do?
"Where did you come from?
"I never even seen you out there?
She continued to say: "Where did you come from? Holy f***."
"I don't know what to do, I didn't know you were there," she said to the seal.
"You have to go honey."
"You need to go, I know you'll suffer honey but this is how the world works."
Throughout the clip she repeatedly panics, panting 'you have to go' towards the direction of the seal.
The sea lion eventually jumps off the back of the boat and the woman immediately drives off.
However, users have still been uploading and commenting on the video on social media.
One user wrote: "I would've s*** my pants.
A second user added: "that mf sea lion lookin at her explain the circle of life."
Whilst a third user commented: "Wym i gotta go? B***h start the boat."
Finally, a fourth user joked: "Ma'am this ain't got nothing to do with you.
"Give us the sea lion and you'll be on your way."
According to National Geographic: "Orcas hunt everything from fish to walruses, seals, sea lions, penguins, squid, sea turtles, sharks, and even other kinds of whales.
"Depending on the season and where they are, their diet varies-some orcas eat more fishes and squid than seals and penguins.
"But wherever they are in any of the world's oceans, average-sized orcas may eat about 500 pounds (227 kilograms) of food a day.
"Orcas have many hunting techniques, and bumping seals off ice is just one of them."
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