Delphine, a young female adolescent killer whale, has been exploring the frigid waters that envelop the Crozet Islands over the past four years. Through this journey of exploration, she learned how to find her way in the vastness of the sea, as well as how to hunt and capture king penguins and Minke whales. Even more astounding is her ability to become beached on land in order to catch sea elephants.
This astonishing odyssey has been captured by documentary filmmaker Bertrand LOYER. His film tells the story of Delphine’s growth and development within her family group, providing viewers with an intimate look at life in the ocean from a killer whale’s perspective.
Not only does this documentary feature stunning views of nature and wildlife under the sea, but it also brings up important ethical questions regarding interactions with nature. It highlights our responsibility as humans to protect these incredible marine creatures and their habitats from exploitation or destruction.
Watching Delphine’s journey offers viewers a unique opportunity to gain a better understanding of life among wild animals in their natural habitat. This is an inspiring tale that will make you rethink our relationship with nature on all levels. So come along for the ride and watch Delphine’s remarkable story unfold!