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Exceptional Documentary – The Intelligent Killer Whale – National Geographic Documentary


Beautiful documentary well worth the time to watch!I have restricted my video posts as they take up too much space on the blog but make exceptions for the exceptions 😉
Wishing all of you faithful followers, the best of weekends & thank you for your fidelity!

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Published on 6 Aug 2014
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  1. Powerfully moving video. Thank you for sharing it with us!

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  2. Love this! My daughter and I just had the opportunity to see them this past July in Vancouver. I had never seen them in their natural habitat. What a gift. In my next life I want to be a marine biologist. I only had time to watch the first 10 minutes, but I’ll be back to watch the balance. ♥♥ Lisa

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    • I am so glad you persevered for the first ten minutes eventhough you didn’t have the time. I probably would’ve waited to do it in one shot which I might never have the time to do. But I’ll let you on a little secret, once you pass what I call, those first introductory minutes you just want more! It’s like a book, sometimes it grabs you from the first sentence and others, you test the waters until you can’t leave the comfort of the pool anymore 😉
      It’s indeed a huge privilege to witness it in real life.
      Marine biologist is not a bad idea for this life too, you often hear about people realising their dreams further on in life, it doesn’t have to be twenty of age or nothing!
      Thanks for coming on my blog and commenting I known how taken up you are by your work.

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