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Tofino orcas rule the line up

March 04, 2013 | Words By:

Turns out killer whales aren’t a surfer’s biggest fear, sea lions are… Here’s the link to Adam Chilton’s interview should you be feeling a little curious too.


After watching the viral video of the killer whales chasing the surfers out of the line-up in Tofino, Canada, EpicTV were intrigued as to how they all made it out safe and sound, so last night they managed to Skype in with the guy who filmed the day, Adam Chilton, to get more info and understand what they were actually looking at.

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