In a baffling turn of events, orcas, known for their intelligence and ability to overturn boats, seem to have expanded their hunting territory and technique. Reports from across the globe suggest these marine creatures have developed a new fascination: toppling trucks on bridges.
Witnesses report instances of orcas launching themselves onto bridge structures, causing startled drivers to swerve or stop abruptly. Jack Fitzpatrick, a trucker from Seattle, shared his wild encounter.
“I was crossing the Tacoma Narrows Bridge when this giant black-and-white blur surged from the water. It rammed the bridge, and I had to slam on my brakes to avoid hitting the railings. I’ve heard of flying fish, but flying whales? This is a whole new level!”
Marine biologists are struggling to understand the behavior, with some speculating it could be a form of interspecies prank. “Orcas are known for their playful nature. Perhaps this is just their version of a practical joke?” suggested Dr. Laura Patterson, a renowned orca expert.
Drivers are now taking extra precautions when crossing bridges, especially those over known orca habitats. The trucking community, known for its adaptability, is already brainstorming solutions. Proposals range from installing anti-orca shields on trucks to training seagulls to deter the creatures.
Regardless of the new challenges, the message from the trucking community is clear: “We’ll keep on trucking, no matter what the orcas throw at us!”
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