An Albatross Photographs a Killer Whale
Well, not really. The camera was attached to the back of the albatross in a study of how the birds feed alongside marine mammals at sea. Four birds got the cameras, but this one managed to snap a shot as they hovered over a killer whale at South Georgia in the Southern Ocean:
"The amazing pictures reveal albatrosses foraging in groups while at sea collecting food for their chicks. It also provides the first observation of an albatross feeding with a killer whale – a strategy they may adopt for efficiency. The camera, developed by the National Institute for Polar Research in Tokyo, is removed when the albatross returns to its breeding ground after foraging trips. It is small (the size of a packet of polo mints*) and weighs 82g. Although the camera slightly changes the aerodynamic shape of the albatross, it didn't affect the breeding success of the study birds."