Shark, Seals and Dolphins Play In Cape Towns Warm Waters

Amazing drone footage from Kalk Bay shows a medium sized bronze whaler shark seemingly frolicking in the warm crystal clear waters with a few brave seals and dolphins!

Andrew Black captured the footage after spotting some dolphins hanging around in the warm waters just beyond a popular surf break known as Kalk Bay reef, whilst bronze whalers are not known for their aggression towards humans they are certainly partial to seals, so this footage is even more special!

Kalk Bay can be found in the beautiful calm waters of False Bay in the southern peninsular of Cape Town, which is typically teaming with life from sharks, seals, dolphins, southern right whales to the occasional turtle and orca (killer whale). False Bay was once infamous for its large concentration of great white sharks, but in recent years their numbers have dwindled greatly with sightings of the magnificent creatures now considered a rarity.

Kalk Bay surfer
Local surfer Josh locked into the barrel at Kalk Bay reef.

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