The killer whales repeatedly attacked the mother gray whale before tearing off her baby off the coast of California, USA.
The killer whales teamed up to separate the baby whale from its mother.
The terrifying attack took place April 18 off Monterey Bay in California, USA. The video from above shows that the mother gray whale tries to protect the young, but the killer whale team has combined to separate the baby whale from its mother.
The first female gray whale tried to use its giant body to block the killer whales for the whales to swim away.
But a larger number of killer whales have removed the gray whale from its mother. At the end of the video, the mother gray whale must swim alone after she cannot protect her baby.
The herd of killer whales then tore the flesh and fed the gray whale to the helplessness of the mother gray whale.
The killer elephants are one of the most terrifying predators on the ocean. Adult individuals can weigh 11 tons and their mouths are full of sharp teeth.