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Killer whale, also known as Orca is a toothed oceanic whale that belongs to the dolphin family. The name killer whale is a mistranslation of a 18th-century spanish name “asesina ballenas” which simply means the whale killer.

This mammal which is the largest member of its family usually measures between 23-32 ft. and weighs up to 6 tons. It has a black & white coloring and a long dorsal fin at the back.

It’s one of the world’s most powerful carnivorous predator. The Killer whale usually feeds on sea lions, fish, seabirds, squids, sea turtles octopuses, sharks, etc. It uses its massive teeth that can grow up to 4-inches long to hunt. Orcas generally search for food in deadly pods and family groups of up to 40 members.

One of the ocean’s most iconic symbols, the killer whale, is a charismatic species that has probably the largest geographic distribution of any species (after humans). Killer whales live in all latitudes, in all oceans, from the Arctic Ocean to Antarctica. With its well-known tall dorsal fin and characteristic black and white color pattern, the killer whale has been known to coastal peoples for thousands of years and is one of the more recognizable species today.

Individual killer whales are known to reach ages of 100 years old.  Like all mammals, killer whales reproduce through internal fertilization, and females give birth to live young.  Juveniles are able to swim from the moment they are born, but they are totally dependent on nursing their mothers’ milk for one to two years.

Sign our petition to tell GrubHub to take shark fin off the menu now – before the ocean’s most iconic predators disappear.

There have been dozens of attacks on trainers by orcas in marine parks around the world. These are not bad whales; they just come with all the instincts of predators, says the author.

The documentary Blackfish opened around the country on July 26, with more splash than usual for a small-budget production, thanks to a preemptive attack on the film by SeaWorld , the marine-park franchise, and the free publicity of the tempest that followed.

Blackfish tells the story of Tilikum, the homicidal killer whale, and his most recent victim, Dawn Brancheau, the SeaWorld trainer he crushed, dismembered, and partially swallowed in 2010. The film is an indictment of SeaWorld, its safety practices, its animal husbandry, its mendacity, and its whole reason for being.

Killer whales most widely distributed marine mammals, found in all parts of the oceans; most abundant in colder waters, including Antarctica, the North Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. They also occur, though at lower densities, in tropical, subtropical, and offshore waters.

Killer whales are generally considered monotypic (belonging to one species). However, genetic studies and morphological evidence have led many cetacean biologists to now consider the existence of multiple species or subspecies of killer whales worldwide. 1

The species shows considerable size "dimorphism" . Adult males develop larger pectoral flippers, dorsal fins, tail flukes, and girths than females.

Killer whale, also known as Orca is a toothed oceanic whale that belongs to the dolphin family. The name killer whale is a mistranslation of a 18th-century spanish name “asesina ballenas” which simply means the whale killer.

This mammal which is the largest member of its family usually measures between 23-32 ft. and weighs up to 6 tons. It has a black & white coloring and a long dorsal fin at the back.

It’s one of the world’s most powerful carnivorous predator. The Killer whale usually feeds on sea lions, fish, seabirds, squids, sea turtles octopuses, sharks, etc. It uses its massive teeth that can grow up to 4-inches long to hunt. Orcas generally search for food in deadly pods and family groups of up to 40 members.

One of the ocean’s most iconic symbols, the killer whale, is a charismatic species that has probably the largest geographic distribution of any species (after humans). Killer whales live in all latitudes, in all oceans, from the Arctic Ocean to Antarctica. With its well-known tall dorsal fin and characteristic black and white color pattern, the killer whale has been known to coastal peoples for thousands of years and is one of the more recognizable species today.

Individual killer whales are known to reach ages of 100 years old.  Like all mammals, killer whales reproduce through internal fertilization, and females give birth to live young.  Juveniles are able to swim from the moment they are born, but they are totally dependent on nursing their mothers’ milk for one to two years.

Sign our petition to tell GrubHub to take shark fin off the menu now – before the ocean’s most iconic predators disappear.

Killer whale, also known as Orca is a toothed oceanic whale that belongs to the dolphin family. The name killer whale is a mistranslation of a 18th-century spanish name “asesina ballenas” which simply means the whale killer.

This mammal which is the largest member of its family usually measures between 23-32 ft. and weighs up to 6 tons. It has a black & white coloring and a long dorsal fin at the back.

It’s one of the world’s most powerful carnivorous predator. The Killer whale usually feeds on sea lions, fish, seabirds, squids, sea turtles octopuses, sharks, etc. It uses its massive teeth that can grow up to 4-inches long to hunt. Orcas generally search for food in deadly pods and family groups of up to 40 members.

One of the ocean’s most iconic symbols, the killer whale, is a charismatic species that has probably the largest geographic distribution of any species (after humans). Killer whales live in all latitudes, in all oceans, from the Arctic Ocean to Antarctica. With its well-known tall dorsal fin and characteristic black and white color pattern, the killer whale has been known to coastal peoples for thousands of years and is one of the more recognizable species today.

Individual killer whales are known to reach ages of 100 years old.  Like all mammals, killer whales reproduce through internal fertilization, and females give birth to live young.  Juveniles are able to swim from the moment they are born, but they are totally dependent on nursing their mothers’ milk for one to two years.

Sign our petition to tell GrubHub to take shark fin off the menu now – before the ocean’s most iconic predators disappear.

There have been dozens of attacks on trainers by orcas in marine parks around the world. These are not bad whales; they just come with all the instincts of predators, says the author.

The documentary Blackfish opened around the country on July 26, with more splash than usual for a small-budget production, thanks to a preemptive attack on the film by SeaWorld , the marine-park franchise, and the free publicity of the tempest that followed.

Blackfish tells the story of Tilikum, the homicidal killer whale, and his most recent victim, Dawn Brancheau, the SeaWorld trainer he crushed, dismembered, and partially swallowed in 2010. The film is an indictment of SeaWorld, its safety practices, its animal husbandry, its mendacity, and its whole reason for being.

Killer whale, also known as Orca is a toothed oceanic whale that belongs to the dolphin family. The name killer whale is a mistranslation of a 18th-century spanish name “asesina ballenas” which simply means the whale killer.

This mammal which is the largest member of its family usually measures between 23-32 ft. and weighs up to 6 tons. It has a black & white coloring and a long dorsal fin at the back.

It’s one of the world’s most powerful carnivorous predator. The Killer whale usually feeds on sea lions, fish, seabirds, squids, sea turtles octopuses, sharks, etc. It uses its massive teeth that can grow up to 4-inches long to hunt. Orcas generally search for food in deadly pods and family groups of up to 40 members.


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