Orca, or “killer whale” (Orcinus Orca) is toothed whales and is the largest member of the dolphin family. Killer whales have a long, rounded body with a large dorsal fin in the middle of their back. They black body are marked with white spots on the lower side near the eye.
Killer whales feed on fish, squid, birds and marine mammals. Like dolphins, killer whales use echolocation – bouncing sound off of objects to determine their location – for hunt and use a series of high-pitched clicks to stun prey.
Found in all oceans of the world, killer whales are the most common in the Arctic and Antarctic, and often spotted off the west coast of the United States and Canada. Killer whales are found in coastal waters and the open ocean.
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