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Incidents with orcas are ‘playful behaviour’ after years of human contact, conservation group says

Video and photos courtsey of CIRCE A Spain-based marine conservation group that has studied cetaceans for 25-years in the Strait of Gibraltar said recent incidents involving small boats and orcas stem from years of the animals becoming habitualised to interaction with humans. Amid concern at the rise in incidents of orcas 'attacking' small vessels, Algeciras-based...

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