COMM: Out of the water, these seals should have every right to feel safe. But here off
the coast of Argentina, the beach still holds danger. COMM: These are the unique orcas of the Peninsula Valdes, who have learned to catch seals by
beaching themselves. COMM: With a powerful burst of speed the six ton mammals rush onto the shore to grab their
prey, before sliding back into the water along the smooth stones. COMM: Most of the victims are newborn pups, unaware of the danger which lurks beyond the
shore. COMM: Sometimes they’ll be dragged out to sea, so juvenile orcas can practice hunting
live prey. COMM: And while it may be distressing to watch, this is just another example of the harsh
reality of nature.