Penguin gets away killer whales by jumping onto boat filled with travelers

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    PIC FROM Expert Vagabond/Kennedy News (PICTURED: THE PENGUIN MADE A THIRD ATTEMPT TO JUMP INTO THE BOAT.) This is the incredible moment a crafty penguin escaped a pod of hungry killer whales by LEAPING into a dinghy full of tourists - to rapturous applause. The wily creature was caught on camera repeatedly jumping out of the water in a dramatic chase that circled the tour boat before it managed it flung itself aboard and stood proudly surrounded by the beaming holidaymakers. Travel blogger Matt Karsten and his wife Anna were taking a tour through icebergs in the Gerlache Strait, Antarctica, when a large group of orcas swam up to their Zodiac boat. DISCLAIMER: While Kennedy News and Media uses its best endeavours to establish the copyright and authenticity of all pictures supplied, it accepts no liability for any damage, loss or legal action caused by the use of images supplied and the publication of images is solely at your discretion. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPY - 0161 697 4266

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    A penguin has actually been captured on video camera getting away a pod of killer whales by leaping onto a boat filled with travelers.

    The scared animal was being pursuing by whales in the Gerlache Strait, Antarctica, and might be seen consistently leaping out of the water as rowboats filled with travelers viewed.

    Travel blog writer Matt Karsten, 40, and his better half Anna, 32, were recording the penguin when it attempted to delve into among the boats, prior to recuperating into the sea. The animal then made a 2nd effort, this time landing on the side of the rowboat.

    Matt stated: ‘It was crazy to see in person. It was like watching a National Geographic episode on location. I imagine the penguin was very relieved to get away.’

    The couple, who have actually gone to more than 50 nations given that 2010, had actually been navigating a picturesque Zodiac cruise in between icebergs when they identified the big pod of whales in the water.

    Matt continued: ‘They swam right approximately the video camera and stated hey there. Suddenly the whale began chasing after a gentoo penguin attempting to consume it.

    Travel blog writer Matt Karsten, 40, captured the minute on video camera (Picture: Expert Vagabond/Kennedy News)

    PIC FROM Expert Vagabond/Kennedy News (PICTURED: THE PENGUIN IN THE SAFETY OF THE ZODIAC BOAT.) This is the incredible moment a crafty penguin escaped a pod of hungry killer whales by LEAPING into a dinghy full of tourists - to rapturous applause. The wily creature was caught on camera repeatedly jumping out of the water in a dramatic chase that circled the tour boat before it managed it flung itself aboard and stood proudly surrounded by the beaming holidaymakers. Travel blogger Matt Karsten and his wife Anna were taking a tour through icebergs in the Gerlache Strait, Antarctica, when a large group of orcas swam up to their Zodiac boat. DISCLAIMER: While Kennedy News and Media uses its best endeavours to establish the copyright and authenticity of all pictures supplied, it accepts no liability for any damage, loss or legal action caused by the use of images supplied and the publication of images is solely at your discretion. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPY - 0161 697 4266

    The penguin got away the whale and later on dived back into the sea (Picture: Expert Vagabond/Kennedy News)

    ‘Back and forth they chose the penguin swimming quickly with the whale on its path. Eventually the bad penguin attempted to delve into a close-by Zodiac boat.

    ‘The penguin failed at first, falling back into the water, but then managed on the second attempt.’

    After the penguin leapt aboard, the boat instantly scampered from the area. In the clip, someone can be heard stating ‘here comes the orca’, while another jokes: ‘Now the orca is going to jump in.’

    Matt, who calls himself the Expert Vagabond, stated: ‘The whales did follow the Zodiac boat for a while. They did quit in the end leaving the penguin safe with his brand-new pals.

    PIC FROM Expert Vagabond/Kennedy News (PICTURED: THE PENGUIN, CIRCLED, TRIED DESPERATELY TO OUTSWIM THE FOLLOWING ORCAS.) This is the incredible moment a crafty penguin escaped a pod of hungry killer whales by LEAPING into a dinghy full of tourists - to rapturous applause. The wily creature was caught on camera repeatedly jumping out of the water in a dramatic chase that circled the tour boat before it managed it flung itself aboard and stood proudly surrounded by the beaming holidaymakers. Travel blogger Matt Karsten and his wife Anna were taking a tour through icebergs in the Gerlache Strait, Antarctica, when a large group of orcas swam up to their Zodiac boat. DISCLAIMER: While Kennedy News and Media uses its best endeavours to establish the copyright and authenticity of all pictures supplied, it accepts no liability for any damage, loss or legal action caused by the use of images supplied and the publication of images is solely at your discretion. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPY - 0161 697 4266

    It was being pursued by whale (Picture: Expert Vagabond/Kennedy News)

    ‘After cruising for a little bit, the penguin said goodbye to the boat and hopped back into the icy water.’

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