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The killer whale which is also sometimes called the blackfish or orca whale or simply orca, is a toothed whale which belongs to the family of oceanic dolphin.

The Type-D killer whale -type of orcas generally thought to have its distinct look because of a rare genetic mutation - may actually be an entirely separate species of the cetacean, according to a recent study published in the journal Polar Biology. http://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/2713/20130629/mutant-type-d-orca-new-species-killer-whale.htm

The Type-D killer whale -type of orcas generally thought to have its distinct look because of a rare genetic mutation - may actually be an entirely separate species of the cetacean, according to a recent study published in the journal Polar Biology.

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Alligators are my favorite animal. I was born and raised in Florida and I use to go to an alligator farm a lot when I was a kid.

Littlestschnauzer took this photo of killer whales at Seaworld using a Nikon D500.

The water in this picture really shows motion as the Killer Whales burst out of the water. You can see where they came from from the spray and bubbles in the water.

Killer Whales (Orcas)

Here's the link to the new ORCA website, with some details about the card: When can I get my ORCA Card? ORCA cards will be available starting in the spring of The regional agencies will

#Serrurier #Elancourt http://serrurierelancourt.lartisanpascher.com/ Young whale making a splash.

See a wild Orca--- A very joyous orca calf. The calf is Calf (Tigrenok) and is making a high jump in Avacha Gulf.

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Eliot Porter: Killer Whales, McMurdo Sound, Antarctica, January 1976 (I just think this is cool)

Eliot Porter: Killer Whales, McMurdo Sound, Antarctica, January 1976 (I just think this is cool)(Cool Photography Shots)

You are looking at a recent photo of the world's oldest known orca, 104-year-old "Granny." Granny is a gorgeous example of just how long orca whales can live in the wild when they are not confined and deprived in captivity. This image was taken by Gary Sutton, a captain at Wild Whales Vancouver in BC, Canada. Follow him on Instagram for more wild orca photos: https://instagram.com/gary_j27?utm_content=buffer64291&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

world's oldest known orca, "Granny." Granny is a example of just how long orca whales can live in the wild when they are not confined and deprived in captivity. This image was taken by Gary Sutton, a captain at Wild Whales Vancouver in BC, Canada.

Beautiful

Orca in the wild . Stop going to Sea World and supporting Orca entrapment for entertainment.

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