Deep diving whale seen on the seafloor at the Galapagos
Deep diving whales have been seen diving off the coast of Galapago, a tourist attraction in the northern Indian Ocean.
Deep diving whales are not usually seen on Galapaga Island, but were seen on Wednesday evening, according to the Galpagos Tourism Organization.
The orcas were seen at depths of around 6,000 meters, and are likely a large group of orcas, said the Galopagos Tourism Office.
They are known for their long, sleek dives and large dorsal fin, which is said to be able to catch fish.
The Galapas tourism office has been tracking the sightings and hopes to release the video in the near future.
Galapagos Tourism Organizer, Tariq Ali said that there are several orcas in the area.
It is unclear if they are all orcas or just a few that have been tagged.
The Galapagas tourism organization says that the orcas are a protected species and is trying to track them down.