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Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska is so awesome

Orca-born baby on camera. Kalia and Amaya?

Orca-born baby on camera. Kalia and Amaya?

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"Guess, who is coming?" Early morning hunting in the attack channel (Foto Leoni Gaffet, 11 de abril de 2014)

" Early morning hunting in the attack channel (Foto Leoni Gaffet, 11 de abril de

Water and whale

Maybe not San Juans, but great orca pic.

Orca Breaching.

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orca, coming out of the murkey depths they're a bit more haunting.

The orca, or "killer whale" (Orcinus orca) is a toothed whale and is the largest member of the dolphin family. It is highly social and composed of matrilineal family groups. Orcas have long, rounded bodies with large dorsal fins at the middle of their backs. Their black bodies are marked with white patches on the underside and near the eyes.

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An orca and her calf swimming inshore at Sumburgh Head, Shetland, Scotland.

Lucy T2C3 Yippiieeeh!

Lucy T2C3 Yippiieeeh!

Killer Whale Grin by ~annlo13 on deviantART

Killer Whale-In captivity they do not do well- they immediately cease using radar. They are also extremely social beings, and will spend their whole life with the same group-support leaving them in their natural habitat. Free Willy is what this is about.

A big male orca surfaces under the bridge at Kolgrafafjördur, Iceland. Photo: Katie Jones

A big male orca surfaces under the bridge at Kolgrafafjördur, Iceland.

Northern Resident Orca Pod

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You May Be Wandering: Island Hopping - San Juan Island, Washington

Orcas playing and breaching, San Juan Islands, Washington state

Killer Whales Meet Paddle Boarder  Must See Video! Where could You Paddle with one of these? www.TheRiverRuns.info #sup

A stand-up paddleboarder got a killer view of a pod of orca whales that swam under his board off the coast of Laguna Beach, California, recently. The five whales hung around for a while, said Rich German,.

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