LISTEN | First recording of South African killer whale 'singing'

The sounds of a “chatty” killer whale have been recorded in South Africa for the first time, off Fish Hoek in False Bay on Tuesday.

The sounds were captured by researchers Tess Gridley and Simon Elwen from Sea Search, a non-profit based in Muizenberg that focuses on research and conservation of marine mammals along the coasts of South Africa and Namibia. The pair were tipped off by local whale watchers

Astonishing!
Thanks for sharing.

This link was sent to me by a friend who lives at the other side of the Peninsula. I passed it on to a niece who lives at Sunnycove. She saw the activity in the bay - large cameras etc, but hadn’t seen the report.
She has been watching out for them daily as they move around False Bay - keeps me informed.