On Tuesday, December 4th, Henry Irizawa captured the rare moment when a pod of over 200 dolphins swam alongside his ferry to Horseshoe Bay, Vancouver. The Canadian man captured a magical moment and shared the video on Facebook. The video has now garnered over 270,000 views.
Every day, travellers from Vancouver Island and the Greater Vancouver Area take the BC Ferries to get from one point to another. During this relatively short journey, Canadians are known to see many beautiful creatures that live in BC's vast wildlife. During Irizawa's most recent trip, his ferry was personally escorted by a pod of 200 dolphins swimming to Horseshoe Bay.
Here's the video that Henry Irizawa shared on Tuesday, captioned "Escorted by 200 dolphins on the 8:25 am BC Ferry to Horseshoe Bay on my way to Rogers Arena ,Wow!"
It's not every day that you come across such a rare magical sighting. It looks like the passengers on Tuesday's ferry had the pleasure of seeing a giant pod of dolphins swimming together in synchronicity. Not to mention, they were super close to the ferry which means that all of the passengers got a great close-up view of the dolphins.
Other passengers posted similar photos on Twitter, showcasing the huge pod of dolphins!