Two killer whales pass by two children

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January 27th, on the island of Waiheke, New Zealand, two children were swimming in Enclosure Bay when they were brushed by killer whales. With their large black dorsal fin on the surface of the water, the two marine mammals passed only a few meters around the young swimmers to get out of the bay, causing the fear of children and people on the shore. A scene reminiscent of Steven Spielberg’s famous film “The Teeth of the Sea”. Namely, that wild killer whales are not considered a threat to humans, although some captive specimens have already killed or injured their trainers in marine theme parks.