Even dolphins can get road rage. Or sea rage, I guess.

Observe: An orca (which is a toothed whale, which is a kind of dolphin, which is confusing) tossing a seal some 80 feet into the air.

The footage was taken by Mike Walker, who was shooting for a Canadian tour company called Eagle Wing Tours off the coast of Victoria. According to Earth Touch News, the orca was probably practicing for a future hunting trip.

[Why do seals keep trying to have sex with penguins?]

"They don't often eat the seals [after hitting them]," researcher Chris Parsons told Earth Touch. "But when they hit Dall's porpoises, they do it to eviscerate them. They hit them so hard that their entrails pop out, which they leave behind after eating the muscle and blubber."

So we're basically watching some cetacean target practice. Consider this your reminder not to annoy any orcas.

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