Incredible Orca Hunt | Frozen Planet II | BBC Earth

Subscribe and 🔔 to the BBC 👉
Watch the BBC first on iPlayer 👉

This orca pod uses incredible tactics to hunt seals protected by rafts of ice. Only around 100 orcas in the world use this remarkable technique.

Meet the animals inhabiting our fragile frozen worlds. ❄️ #FrozenPlanet2

Find out where to watch 👉

#BBC #FrozenPlanetII #BBCiPlayer

Watch Frozen Planet II on iPlayer

All our TV channels and S4C are available to watch live through BBC iPlayer, although some programmes may not be available to stream online due to rights. If you would like to read more on what types of programmes are available to watch live, check the ‘Are all programmes that are broadcast available on BBC iPlayer?’ FAQ 👉

Watch Full movie Free:

Download Incredible Orca Hunt | Frozen Planet II | BBC Earth Here


  1. Feel for the seal but you can’t deny how incredibly and tactically these killer whales work with each other. They earned their meal.

  2. I hate to be this guy. But would people please watch my nature video, I regard it as one of the best nature videos you will see, it took many months to make and if you like nature and animals, I’m sure you’ll love it. It’s on my channel – planet earth, we don’t own the planet, we share it’ thank you to all that watch!

  3. This isn't enjoyable to watch. The seal has a look of fear on its face. Any interest in the way the Orcas work is lost in the horror of what they are doing.

  4. Poor seal 🦭😢
    I know that one animal's death is another animal's life.. but yet I still feel sad to see such an end..
    Rest in peace, poor seal 🦭💔

  5. Я не смогла досмотреть видео, потому что расплакалась. Надеюсь, тюлень выжил

  6. the seal is on a different piece of ice in 1:07 and 1:27, is the seal a different one ? maybe the whole video is a collection of different footage

  7. Hmm they used a similar hunt in one of the other main series of bbc earth with david attenborough. Feels like I have seen it already

  8. Châu chấu, những dòng sông nước chảy như máu, bệnh dịch, hạn han , lủ lụt, các điềm lạ, động đất.. là là báo hiệu tận thế
    Phản Kito là ĐGH
    Sắp tận thế lúc 15 giờ q

  9. The hospitalization was 2 months, followed by a rehabilitation centre. I left after just 5 days later because there was a COVID outbreak and I didn’t want to take a chance to get infected. I continued physio as an outpatient for a month until their mandate was completed.

  10. During that procedure I had an allergic reaction to lidocaine (see the dots on my arm). I couldn’t breathe well. An open wound remained and I needed nurses to clean and pack my open wound for months, even after I left the hospital. Nurses would visit me daily at home to treat me.

  11. My lungs had collapsed so I would be short on breath for any movement which would require energy. The stitches in my pelvic area at some point began to open again, so they had to restitch it.

  12. I wasn’t able to walk for months, had hand trembles and double vision for weeks after I woke up. My kidneys had also failed so I was on dialysis for weeks, hoping my kidneys would eventually begin to work again (luckily they did, the days were painful leading to a dialysis).

  13. My mom argued with them and said “no I was with him and as I said his name he squeeze my finger” — and a nurse backed up my mom and said “yes I saw it”. It began an argument between medical staff.

    Some days later I began to show signs of waking up and trying to communicate with anagrams, though I wasn’t fully conscious yet. Then I just recall waking up and knowing I had survived. They extubated me, and the first things I told my mother was “I died and saw the afterlife”.

  14. Hey There💚You are invited to the Religion of ISLAAM💎if you Die☠️as a non-Muslim there'd be an Eternal Punishment in The Hell🔥Read Qur'an & Accept☪️

  15. Watching this grim reality in the wild makes me cringe however I love watching ORCA pods swimming and giving a show in the water! I feel sorry for the seal!

  16. @01:05 Record Scratch "Yeah. You probably want to know how this happened. It all started when I went for a swim this morning…"

  17. I remain thankful these beautiful yet deadly creatures don't hunt humans and we are able to get such incredible footage

  18. Orca are rather intelligent. Being pack hunters means they almost always get their prey…
    SUPERB camera work and patience by the BBC Earth Team to be at the correct place at the correct time. 👍😊

    M 🦘🏏😎

Comments are closed.