Not today, death!
Otter Jumps On Boat To Avoid Killer Whale Seeking A Snack

This is a video from Halibut Cove, Alaska, of an otter that repeatedly jumps aboard Captain John’s boat to avoid an orca that wants to eat it. A bunch more info while I accept I wouldn’t last a day as an otter or anything else that isn’t already at the top of the food chain, and even then I’d probably still struggle to catch my meals and not starve to death:

the otter is first seen roughly 200yds away from John Dornellas’ boat, swimming frantically as the orca follows. As it reaches John’s boat the otter swims around the outside, looking for a safe haven to climb onto as the orca closes in. Eventually, the otter jumps up onto the transom of John’s vessel moments before the whale arrives at the surface just feet away. John, 37, revealed a game of cat-and-mouse followed, with the otter hopping back into the water in an attempt to get away, only for the orca to chase it back up again three or four times. His fellow captain, Chantrelle Major, also filmed the moment from her vessel nearby, with the orca then circling John’s boat in search of the otter. Eventually, once the orca had distanced itself from the boat, John, working with Coldwater Alaska, an exploration company providing boat trips in the area, headed for his next pickup in Halibut Cove Lagoon and when at a safe distance the otter plunged safely into the water. John later discovered the orca, ID number AT163, was the largest in its pod.

Fascinating stuff. I like how the orca blows air out of its blowhole as it surfaces near John the first time after the otter jumps on his boat, as if it say, “Wow, thanks for aiding and abetting my lunch, jerk. You do know it’s supposed to be a CIRCLE of life, right? Jesus, John, have you ever even seen The Lion King?”