Originally Posted by habeebtc
Similar story with Orcas. There's 1 pod of orcas which figured out how to hunt Great Whites, and they teach it to the young. They grab a fin of a shark that's small enough to bully (maybe a measly 11 feet, lol), and hold it upside-down until it dies. (Sharks have a thing where they are paralyzed when they are upside-down I guess) Then they rip it apart and eat its huge, fatty liver.
The pod of orcas you are referring to is in False Bay. That is a bay near Cape Town South Africa formed on the west by the Cape of Good Hope.
Incidentally, it is where I am at right now
There's a small island in the bay called Seal Island.
The great whites love eating them and most of the jumping great whites you may have seen videos of were filmed here.
Last year some great whites washed up on beaches on the eastern shores of the huge bay and it is attributed to the orcas.
No, I haven't been swimming in the bay LOL