This may be the biggest and most brutal animal attack ever caught on film: a pod of killer whales attacking a blue whale, the largest animal on the planet. Watch how the orcas coordinate their efforts on the tail and use their numbers to overwhelm the blue whale’s greater size. The scene is captured by Bill Boyce and his crew while out filming Bill Boyce’s Baja off the coast of San Quintin, Baja California.
The ocean is filled with wonder and beauty, but it’s also a haven for some of the deadliest creatures on the planet. Here are eight dangerous marine animals you do not want to meet up close.
If you’re an angler who craves excitement and is willing to travel, then here is your bucket list: where to catch a fish bigger than you around the world.
What looks beautiful or ugly rests in the eye of the beholder, but when it comes to these 10 fish, we can all agree that they are definitely some of the weirdest looking fish ever caught by anglers.
Potential World Record Pacific Bluefin TunaLearn More »
Potential World Record Pacific Bluefin Tuna
Donna Pascoe not only caught the biggest fish ever by a female in New Zealand, she may very well have destroyed the world record for Pacific bluefin tuna, too.
YellowtailLearn More »
Episode 2 of Bill Boyce’s Baja is filled with some incredible catches, including this beautiful yellowtail! Check out more photos from the episode here.
Pacific Red RockfishLearn More »
Pacific Red Rockfish
This beautiful fish, caught by Bill Boyce near the town of Camalu, is a Pacific red rockfish. More photos from this episode can be found here. [...]