This little gray seal surprises some kayakers when it decides to hop aboard after following them for a mile. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta It looks like a puppy following a friend down the road. Only the road in this case is Scotland’s Forth Estuary, an arm of the North Sea near Edinburgh, and the puppy is an energetic gray seal, probably a juvenile. After tailing kayaker Alistair Forrest and his companion for about a mile, the seal took advantage of a break in the paddling to hop aboard Forrest's kayak. There, the sleek marine mammal sprawled out as if ready to come along. Forrest and his companion voice their amazement at the unplanned wildlife encounter. Video: Newsflare.com/Halox Read more in "What to Do When a Wild Seal Hops On Your Kayak" http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/02/video-seal-kayak-wildlife-encounter/ Adorable Seal Catches a Ride on a Kayak | National Geographic https://youtu.be/o4hb84A9h28 National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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According to the commercial for Flex Tape, it's so strong it can plug a hole underwater, lift a 45-pound weight and even patch up a boat that has been sawed in half. But is it all just advertising hype? Inside Edition's Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero bought a boat and cut it in half, just like the commercial, to see if Flex Tape could help it work on the water. A team at Lakeview Marina in New Jersey applied the tape after the boat was cut in half.
August 26, 2015: San Juan Islands, WA- Heading out of Roche Harbor into Open Bay to circle Henry Island. One kayak(me + guide) head out at 9:00 am. Ended up being the luckiest day ever & the thrill of a lifetime!! I was scared (but not fearing for my life scared), adrenaline rush times a thousand, a lot excited, a lot in disbelief at our luck, mostly in complete awe. We had no idea the whales were in the waters so close to us when we headed out; this was simply great timing plus PURE LUCK. We moved our kayak as close to the cliffs and in the kelp as possible to be out of their way and stopped paddling while we watched them play and move through Open Bay. But they were everywhere and we ended up being in the route of a few as seen. Keep in mind however that our kayak was no more obtrusive than a piece of driftwood floating on the surface. Must have been over 30 whales playing, jumping. I saw one breach completely out of the water. It was amazing, incredible, unbelievable –A DREAM COME TRUE!!! I literally couldn't believe what I was seeing. Three passed right under our kayak, one looked right at us. The one that looked at us had her baby with her(look close).... Such a magical, spiritual, inspiring encounter with these extraordinary whales/dolphins. They are massive and move swiftly. Their agility is remarkable. The dorsal fins on the males are mammoth- OMG! This was a pod/pods known as the Southern Resident Orcas of the Salish Seas or North Pacific Ocean. They are an endangered community of whales and currently protected under the Endangered Species Act. I heard it was L-Pod with a few of K, but maybe J too as they are the ones with babies of which we saw 2 or 3. I read on the Center for Whale Research's website that this was a sort of mini super pod passing by San Juan Island this particular morning. How lucky were we??? This was seriously one of the most amazing days of my life. It was a once in a lifetime experience that I'll treasure forever. I was excited beyond belief and I almost felt like I had superhuman powers after our morning kayaking adventure, haha. It really is transformative to have such an experience. I hope you enjoy and pass along! THIS IS SEAWORLD... http://whalemuseum.org/
Ah, yes., the humble portable toilet. In this video we take a look at the popular Dometic 970 series port potty. It's small and durable enough to be a real asset whenever you need a place to go on the go. All I know is it's better than a 5 gallon bucket.
Ray visits the rugged West Coast of Brittany. He heads out by boat to discover the nearby islands. On his journey he gets up close to bottlenose dolphins when they come swimming up to his boat. He meets a seal colony and finds some seaweed fishermen before heading back to land. By the rocks, he discovers a family of peregrines who’ve build their nest dangerously close to land and meets Joel, a local shellfish specialist who takes him down to the beach to look for shellfish and learn about Brittany’s high tides.