Travis Twizell and his family were whale-watching off Prince Rupert, BC, Canada, when he filmed a pod of killer whales attacking sea lions. The sea lions tried to hide under and around their boat, but eventually the orcas prevailed and went in for the kill. The footage is pretty dramatic and contains strong language, so watch the video at your own discretion.
A humpback whale visits anglers fishing off the coast of Langara Island, BC, Canada.
A moose follows a woman walking past him down the street and attacks her. Filmed by Laryne Gamble in Smithers, B.C., Canada.
Seaspan ‘Phoenix’ log barge dumps its load somewhere in British Columbia, Canada’s waters. Pretty cool to watch:
Western Grater company blows up a huge rock in Telegraph Cove, BC, Canada, and a perfectly placed camera captures the huge blast.
Dan Treadway lands a 100-foot snowmobile jump off a rocky cliff in the Whistler’s backcountry, in British Columbia, Canada.
Ben Marr kayaks down a drainage ditch called the Lions Bay Slide at 34mph.
Dozens of orcas were filmed swimming through the Active Pass, a narrow stretch of water separating Galiano and Mayne Islands in British Columbia, Canada. This is definitely not something you see every day…
A guy named Miles Higgins met a friendly deer on the beach at Kalamalka Lake in Vernon, BC, Canada. The deer was almost too friendly because he started rubbing himself all over Miles right away and continued to follow him for a while. An overly attached deer one could say.
There’s more than meets the eye to this pile of rubble in Vancouver, BC. Made to resemble a demolition site, it’s actually an art installation by Shanghai-based artist collective MadeIn Company.