The Natural World: A Killer Whale called Luna

24th Feb, BBC 2 - 8PM
This is the emotional story of one young killer whale's quest for companionship after he was separated from his family. Luna was just two years old when, alone and confused he found himself on the rugged, wild coast of Vancouver Island. Following his tumultuous life, the film records the human friendships he developed and the trouble this led him into. From death threats, to numerous capture attempts by the government, the filmmakers watched as people tried to determine his fate. Luna shows us how quickly our lives can once again cross with the natural world.

Series Editor TIM MARTIN


  1. Anonymous10:00 PM

    there is something shady about this documentary, The narrator is not telling the whole truth, about what really happened to Luna and it seems that they try to solve the problem the easy way and showed it like it was an accident

  2. Anonymous9:23 AM

    if someone wanted to kill luna at winter's night storm or others wanted to see an attack to call the police and shoot LUNA. then i shure thats was planned from the begging. what they want.... is 100.000 dolares for touch a friend and who needed a bullet was them...... "Think with your mind, not with your wallet" if we went to see LUNA at the lake, they say that we shouldn't do but if you put LUNA at Sea World know we can see her while you are filling your bank account. make money with your body, not with nature life...........................