Bertie Gregory. Wave Washing Killer Whales.

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A pod of B1 Antarctic killer whales preparing to ‘wave wash’ a weddell seal off a piece of sea ice and into the water so they can eat it. The bubbles are thought to be part of the way they communicate with each other to form these waves. Photographed using a drone from an ice strengthened sailboat during a month-long expedition to find this rarely seen behaviour in the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica.

Bertie Gregory is a British wildlife filmmaker and National Geographic Explorer. His career began when a childhood obsession with nature led to winning the title of ‘Youth Outdoor Photographer Of The Year’. He became known for his award-winning nature documentaries, which he produced on behalf of National Geographic, among others.

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