Evidence suggests it has been hanging around motor boats way too long.
In the video, we see the whale swim up to the back of a boat and come nose-to-nose with the Johnson outboard motor. Then it does the most curious thing. It starts imitating the motor. It even sounds as if it is running out of gas half-way through the video.
It's probably safe to say that this killer whale is the black sheep of the pod.
Thanks Animal Planet!
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