A pod of orcas arrived in Victoria’s Inner Harbour on Thursday, a rare sight for residents, tourists and whale-watchers.
At least four orcas were seen swimming around the harbour, making their way under the Johnson Street Bridge during their hour-long visit before heading back out to sea.
> Read more about the pod's swim around the city: Orca pod cruises through Victoria's Inner Harbour during hour-long visit
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Sorry for not answering the phones - we were busy watching the Orcas in the inner harbour from our patio! #yyj @CitifiedYYJ @VibrantVictoria pic.twitter.com/0oStjHD3B1— RJC Victoria (@RJC_Victoria) June 7, 2018
Spotted from our windows this afternoon, a pod of orcas in the inner harbour! You never know what you will see from our windows. #natureismagic #robertbateman #natureforall pic.twitter.com/UWLucvuBf8— Robert Bateman (@batemancentre) June 7, 2018