Orca whales spotted in Burrard Inlet on grey Vancouver day (VIDEO)
It was a fairly grey day in Vancouver on Monday, but some lucky people in Coal Harbour saw a special treat when a group of orcas swam close to shore.
At least three whales were spotted in the waters of Burrard Inlet, and one Reddit user shared a video of them breaching with North Vancouver in the background.
There were two larger whales and one smaller one, which may have been a calf. All three whales expelled air from their blowholes before diving back underwater.
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In the most recent clip, a seaplane can be seen taking off in the background as the whales come to the surface.