KILLER WHALE TRAINER 1997
KILLER WHALES FEATURE.
EBC-45 Beta SP
WHAT IS A MAMMAL? (2nd Edition)
Captive orca swimming underwater
Captive orca (Orcinus orca) swimming underwater in its tank. Orcas, or killer whales, are the largest member of the dolphin family. They have been kept at aquaria since the 1960s, but increasing awareness of their intelligence and social structure led to campaigns to end the practice. This orca was filmed at SeaWorld San Diego, California, USA. This facility ended its orca displays and captive breeding programme in 2017.
KILLER WHALE FAMILY REUNION
NEAL KARLINSKY CS VO ON THE KILLER WHALE REUNION AFTER A BABY KILLER WHALE WAS FOUND SICK AND ORPHANED IN SEATTLE HARBOR 10:00:00 MS OF FINS OF ORCA WHALES AT SEA / KARLINSKY VO 10:00:11 FREEZE FRAME HIGHLIGHTED FTG OF ORPHANED ORCA SURROUNDED BY FAMILY AT SEA NEAR PORT HARDY ON CANADA'S VANCOUVER ISLAND 10:00:17 MCU OF VANCOUVER AQUARIUM'S JOHN NIGHTINGALE DURING INTV / HE SAYS HE IS FASCINATED SPECTATOR WATCHING THESE WHALES REINTEGRATE INTO THEIR LARGER FAMILY GROUP 10:00:28 UNDERWATER FTG OF 2-YEAR-OLD BABY ORCA IN WATERS OFF SEATTLE 10:00:36 MS OF SCIENTIFIC TEAM REMOVING WHALE IN SLING AND PLACING WHALE ON SHIP 10:00:39 AERIAL FTG OF VESSEL 10:00:40 MS OF WHALE IN HOLDING PEN 10:00:46 LS OF WHALES IN WATERS NEAR HOLDING PEN / ORCAS SOUND TO EACH OTHER 10:00:46 MCU OF VANCOUVER AQUARIUM'S LANCE BARRET-LENNARD AT OUTDOOR INTV / HE SAYS THE ORCA HOOT CALLS WERE SO LOUD THEY PRACTICALLY BLEW THEIR HEADPHONES OFF 10:00:55 TIGHT SHOT OF SCIENTISTS RELEASING ORCA FROM PEN 10:01:00 KARLINSKY SU 10:01:05 MCU OF ORCA CONSERVANCY'S MICHAEL HARRIS AT OUTDOOR INTV / HE SAYS PEOPLE TOLD THEM THEY WERE CRAZY BUT THEY PROVED THEM WRONG 10:01:20 UNDERWATER FTG OF ORCA
CONTEMPORARY STOCK FOOTAGE
MS TV SCREEN UW FISH AND ORCA KILLER WHALE, IMAGE FROM BIOLOGISTS' UNDERWATER CAMERA
Fast Images Library
Whale, tail, underwater, spouting whale, aerial whales, desert and dunes near sea, whale in ocean, underwater, bubbles, ocean and sunset sky, whales spouting, looking up from underwater, people pet whale from boat, pelicans, stormy seas, stormy ocean, turbulent underwater, aerial rocky coast and ocean, island, whales' breach, sunset beach, ocean, whale underwater, whale breech, grey whales, calf and mother, whale with young, sunset looking out at horizon, whales mating, orcas, killer whales in group, whale spray with rainbow, underwater orcas
8 p.m.: [05 April 2023 broadcast]
A2 / France 2
Fast Images Library
VIDEO: great shots of schools of fish; swordfish swimming & fighting, big-ass flounder or halibut out of water, etc. Sport Fishing in ALASKA: fishing for salmon in the ocean; cutting up bait in thing like a miter box; lake trout, fly fishing in lake, salmon try to swim upstream, catch and release; CU var. flies; catch beautiful male sockeye salmon, release; underwater shots of fish; orca/killer whale pod swims near shore; fishing for rock cod (big evil-looking fish); man stabs fish in chin w/ gaffer's hook (cruelty); woman catching a ling cod; setting crab traps; catching big-ass halibut; boat-bunny hooks 100 lb. halibut; many halibut caught; great 360 degree pan around trap full of Dungeness crabs; vs the Boardwalk Wilderness Lodge in Alaska.
Captive orca jumping from the water
Captive orca (Orcinus orca) performing a jump from the water. Orcas, or killer whales, are the largest member of the dolphin family. They have been kept at aquaria since the 1960s, but increasing awareness of their intelligence and social structure led to campaigns to end the practice. This orca was filmed at SeaWorld San Diego, California, USA. This facility ended its orca displays and captive breeding programme in 2017.
WHALE TALK 1991
COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY IS HELPING HUMANS LEARN THE LANGUAGE THAT A WHALE USES TO COMMUNICATE.
KILLER WHALE FAMILY REUNION
NEAL KARLINSKY CS VO ON THE KILLER WHALE REUNION AFTER A BABY KILLER WHALE WAS FOUND SICK AND ORPHANED IN SEATTLE HARBOR 10:00:00 MS OF FINS OF ORCA WHALES AT SEA / KARLINSKY VO 10:00:11 FREEZE FRAME HIGHLIGHTED FTG OF ORPHANED ORCA SURROUNDED BY FAMILY AT SEA NEAR PORT HARDY ON CANADA'S VANCOUVER ISLAND 10:00:17 MCU OF VANCOUVER AQUARIUM'S JOHN NIGHTINGALE DURING INTV / HE SAYS HE IS FASCINATED SPECTATOR WATCHING THESE WHALES REINTEGRATE INTO THEIR LARGER FAMILY GROUP 10:00:28 UNDERWATER FTG OF 2-YEAR-OLD BABY ORCA IN WATERS OFF SEATTLE 10:00:36 MS OF SCIENTIFIC TEAM REMOVING WHALE IN SLING AND PLACING WHALE ON SHIP 10:00:39 AERIAL FTG OF VESSEL 10:00:40 MS OF WHALE IN HOLDING PEN 10:00:46 LS OF WHALES IN WATERS NEAR HOLDING PEN / ORCAS SOUND TO EACH OTHER 10:00:46 MCU OF VANCOUVER AQUARIUM'S LANCE BARRET-LENNARD AT OUTDOOR INTV / HE SAYS THE ORCA HOOT CALLS WERE SO LOUD THEY PRACTICALLY BLEW THEIR HEADPHONES OFF 10:00:55 TIGHT SHOT OF SCIENTISTS RELEASING ORCA FROM PEN 10:01:00 KARLINSKY SU 10:01:05 MCU OF ORCA CONSERVANCY'S MICHAEL HARRIS AT OUTDOOR INTV / HE SAYS PEOPLE TOLD THEM THEY WERE CRAZY BUT THEY PROVED THEM WRONG 10:01:20 UNDERWATER FTG OF ORCA
Love at first sight for Seattle
France 5
Captive orca jumping over trainer
Captive orca (Orcinus orca) performing a jump over its trainer in a display tank. Orcas, or killer whales, are the largest member of the dolphin family. They have been kept at aquaria since the 1960s, but increasing awareness of their intelligence and social structure led to campaigns to end the practice. This orca was filmed at SeaWorld San Diego, California, USA. This facility ended its orca displays and captive breeding programme in 2017.
KILLER WHALE FAMILY REUNION
NEAL KARLINSKY CS VO ON THE KILLER WHALE REUNION AFTER A BABY KILLER WHALE WAS FOUND SICK AND ORPHANED IN SEATTLE HARBOR 10:00:00 MS OF FINS OF ORCA WHALES AT SEA / KARLINSKY VO 10:00:11 FREEZE FRAME HIGHLIGHTED FTG OF ORPHANED ORCA SURROUNDED BY FAMILY AT SEA NEAR PORT HARDY ON CANADA'S VANCOUVER ISLAND 10:00:17 MCU OF VANCOUVER AQUARIUM'S JOHN NIGHTINGALE DURING INTV / HE SAYS HE IS FASCINATED SPECTATOR WATCHING THESE WHALES REINTEGRATE INTO THEIR LARGER FAMILY GROUP 10:00:28 UNDERWATER FTG OF 2-YEAR-OLD BABY ORCA IN WATERS OFF SEATTLE 10:00:36 MS OF SCIENTIFIC TEAM REMOVING WHALE IN SLING AND PLACING WHALE ON SHIP 10:00:39 AERIAL FTG OF VESSEL 10:00:40 MS OF WHALE IN HOLDING PEN 10:00:46 LS OF WHALES IN WATERS NEAR HOLDING PEN / ORCAS SOUND TO EACH OTHER 10:00:46 MCU OF VANCOUVER AQUARIUM'S LANCE BARRET-LENNARD AT OUTDOOR INTV / HE SAYS THE ORCA HOOT CALLS WERE SO LOUD THEY PRACTICALLY BLEW THEIR HEADPHONES OFF 10:00:55 TIGHT SHOT OF SCIENTISTS RELEASING ORCA FROM PEN 10:01:00 KARLINSKY SU 10:01:05 MCU OF ORCA CONSERVANCY'S MICHAEL HARRIS AT OUTDOOR INTV / HE SAYS PEOPLE TOLD THEM THEY WERE CRAZY BUT THEY PROVED THEM WRONG 10:01:20 UNDERWATER FTG OF ORCA
A man and orcas
A2 / France 2
KILLER WHALE FAMILY REUNION
NEAL KARLINSKY CS VO ON THE KILLER WHALE REUNION AFTER A BABY KILLER WHALE WAS FOUND SICK AND ORPHANED IN SEATTLE HARBOR 10:00:00 MS OF FINS OF ORCA WHALES AT SEA / KARLINSKY VO 10:00:11 FREEZE FRAME HIGHLIGHTED FTG OF ORPHANED ORCA SURROUNDED BY FAMILY AT SEA NEAR PORT HARDY ON CANADA'S VANCOUVER ISLAND 10:00:17 MCU OF VANCOUVER AQUARIUM'S JOHN NIGHTINGALE DURING INTV / HE SAYS HE IS FASCINATED SPECTATOR WATCHING THESE WHALES REINTEGRATE INTO THEIR LARGER FAMILY GROUP 10:00:28 UNDERWATER FTG OF 2-YEAR-OLD BABY ORCA IN WATERS OFF SEATTLE 10:00:36 MS OF SCIENTIFIC TEAM REMOVING WHALE IN SLING AND PLACING WHALE ON SHIP 10:00:39 AERIAL FTG OF VESSEL 10:00:40 MS OF WHALE IN HOLDING PEN 10:00:46 LS OF WHALES IN WATERS NEAR HOLDING PEN / ORCAS SOUND TO EACH OTHER 10:00:46 MCU OF VANCOUVER AQUARIUM'S LANCE BARRET-LENNARD AT OUTDOOR INTV / HE SAYS THE ORCA HOOT CALLS WERE SO LOUD THEY PRACTICALLY BLEW THEIR HEADPHONES OFF 10:00:55 TIGHT SHOT OF SCIENTISTS RELEASING ORCA FROM PEN 10:01:00 KARLINSKY SU 10:01:05 MCU OF ORCA CONSERVANCY'S MICHAEL HARRIS AT OUTDOOR INTV / HE SAYS PEOPLE TOLD THEM THEY WERE CRAZY BUT THEY PROVED THEM WRONG 10:01:20 UNDERWATER FTG OF ORCA
Captive orca jumping over trainer
Captive orca (Orcinus orca) performing a jump over its trainer in a display tank. Orcas, or killer whales, are the largest member of the dolphin family. They have been kept at aquaria since the 1960s, but increasing awareness of their intelligence and social structure led to campaigns to end the practice. This orca was filmed at SeaWorld San Diego, California, USA. This facility ended its orca displays and captive breeding programme in 2017.
[Swimming with orcas in Norway]
A2 / France 2
KILLER WHALE FAMILY REUNION
NEAL KARLINSKY CS VO ON THE KILLER WHALE REUNION AFTER A BABY KILLER WHALE WAS FOUND SICK AND ORPHANED IN SEATTLE HARBOR 10:00:00 MS OF FINS OF ORCA WHALES AT SEA / KARLINSKY VO 10:00:11 FREEZE FRAME HIGHLIGHTED FTG OF ORPHANED ORCA SURROUNDED BY FAMILY AT SEA NEAR PORT HARDY ON CANADA'S VANCOUVER ISLAND 10:00:17 MCU OF VANCOUVER AQUARIUM'S JOHN NIGHTINGALE DURING INTV / HE SAYS HE IS FASCINATED SPECTATOR WATCHING THESE WHALES REINTEGRATE INTO THEIR LARGER FAMILY GROUP 10:00:28 UNDERWATER FTG OF 2-YEAR-OLD BABY ORCA IN WATERS OFF SEATTLE 10:00:36 MS OF SCIENTIFIC TEAM REMOVING WHALE IN SLING AND PLACING WHALE ON SHIP 10:00:39 AERIAL FTG OF VESSEL 10:00:40 MS OF WHALE IN HOLDING PEN 10:00:46 LS OF WHALES IN WATERS NEAR HOLDING PEN / ORCAS SOUND TO EACH OTHER 10:00:46 MCU OF VANCOUVER AQUARIUM'S LANCE BARRET-LENNARD AT OUTDOOR INTV / HE SAYS THE ORCA HOOT CALLS WERE SO LOUD THEY PRACTICALLY BLEW THEIR HEADPHONES OFF 10:00:55 TIGHT SHOT OF SCIENTISTS RELEASING ORCA FROM PEN 10:01:00 KARLINSKY SU 10:01:05 MCU OF ORCA CONSERVANCY'S MICHAEL HARRIS AT OUTDOOR INTV / HE SAYS PEOPLE TOLD THEM THEY WERE CRAZY BUT THEY PROVED THEM WRONG 10:01:20 UNDERWATER FTG OF ORCA
Weekend a/.... Gerardmer
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
Captive orca breathing at the surface
Captive orca (Orcinus orca) coming to the surface to breathe. Orcas, or killer whales, are the largest member of the dolphin family. They have been kept at aquaria since the 1960s, but increasing awareness of their intelligence and social structure led to campaigns to end the practice. This orca was filmed at SeaWorld San Diego, California, USA. This facility ended its orca displays and captive breeding programme in 2017.
++NZealand Orca
AP-APTN-0930: ++NZealand Orca Wednesday, 8 February 2012 STORY:++NZealand Orca- Orca trapped by fishing equipment freed by diver LENGTH: 01:42 FIRST RUN: 0930 RESTRICTIONS: No Access NZealand/Internet/Mobile TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: TVNZ STORY NUMBER: 726996 DATELINE: Various - 7,8 Feb 2012 LENGTH: 01:42 TVNZ - NO ACCESS NEW ZEALAND/INTERNET/MOBILE SHOTLIST Hahei, Coromandel - 7 February 2012 +Amateur video obtained by TVNZ++ 1. Various underwater shots of orca tangled in a cray pot line 2. Close up of diver Rhys Cochrane 3. Various of orca in water 4. Close of orca in water Hahei, Coromandel - 8 February 2012 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Rhys Cochrane, Diver: ++Audio partly overlaid with previous shot++ "Just before I dove down to cut the line, about five other orcas including one massive bull, came around and that's when I started getting a little bit scared." Hahei, Coromandel - 7 February 2012 +Amateur video obtained by TVNZ++ 6. Orca swimming to the surface and back to the water again 7. Close of orca in water Hahei, Coromandel - 8 February 2012 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Rhys Cochrane, Diver: ++Audio partly overlaid with previous shot++ "When I went up to him, he didn't seem to mind. He seemed fine. once I cut the rope, he quickly swam away." Hahei, Coromandel - 7 February 2012 +Amateur video obtained by TVNZ++ 9. Various of orca swimming in the sea Wellington - 8 February 2012 10. Various of orca expert, Dr. Ingrid Visser, watching video of orca 11. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr. Ingrid Visser, Orca Expert: "Yeah, they're really smart animals and yeah they know when you're helping them." Hahei, Coromandel - 7 February 2012 +Amateur video obtained by TVNZ++ 12. Orca swimming in the sea Wellington - 8 February 2012 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr. Ingrid Visser, Orca Expert: ++Audio partly overlaid with previous shot++ "Looks like other teeth marks from the other orca that probably trying to get the rope off her." Hahei, Coromandel - 7 February 2012 +Amateur video obtained by TVNZ++ 14. Orca swimming in the sea Wellington - 8 February 2012 15. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr. Ingrid Visser, Orca Expert: ++Audio partly overlaid with previous and next shot++ "People shouldn't just jump into the water and swim with them because they are a top predator. But having said that no one In the world has ever been attacked from an orca in the wild. There had been three people killed in captivity, but no one in the wild." Hahei, Coromandel - 7 February 2012 +Amateur video obtained by TVNZ++ 16. Various of orca swimming in the sea STORYLINE A local diver from New Zealand's Coromandel peninsula has rescued an injured orca after it was entangled in a fishing rope. Rhys Cochrane, said he was "a little bit scared" when he approached the orca on Tuesday. "Just before I dove down to cut the line, about five other orcas including one massive bull, came around," he told TVNZ via Skype chat. According to local media, the tangled whale dragged a cray pot for several hundred metres off the Coromandel Coast, after its tail was caught up in the crayfish pot line. "When I went up to him, he didn't seem to mind. He seemed fine. once I cut the rope, he quickly swam away," Cochrane said. Cochrane filmed the stricken whale. According to orca expert, Doctor Ingrid Visser, the whale did not attack the diver because she knew she was receiving help. "Yeah, they're really smart animals and yeah they know when you're helping them," Visser said. Visser also said the orca appeared to have teeth marks around her neck, apparently after other orcas nearby tried to rescue her. Visser warned the swimmers not to jump into the water to swim with the orcas as the animals are known to be "a top predator." "But having said that no one In the world has ever been attacked from an orca in the wild. There had been three people killed in captivity, but no one in the wild," she said from her Wellington office. Orcas, or killer whales, grow to be about 27-33 feet (8-10 metres) long, weighing more than eight-thousand to 12-thousand pounds (3,600-5,400 kilograms). They are the largest member of the dolphin family. Orcas hunt everything from fish to seals, sea lions, penguins, squid, sea turtles, sharks, and even other kinds of whales. The world population of killer whales is unknown, but the species is considered vulnerable. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 02-08-12 0519EST
1PM: [May 28, 2022 issue]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
Captive orca breathing at the surface
Captive orca (Orcinus orca) coming to the surface to breathe. Orcas, or killer whales, are the largest member of the dolphin family. They have been kept at aquaria since the 1960s, but increasing awareness of their intelligence and social structure led to campaigns to end the practice. This orca was filmed at SeaWorld San Diego, California, USA. This facility ended its orca displays and captive breeding programme in 2017.