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orca spyhopping... In a spyhop, the whale points its head straight up out of the water. Then it sinks—but without much of a splash. The whales do this to see what’s going on around them. Killer whales have fairly good eyesight, especially out of water. Spyhopping is a good way to seek out large prey, such as seals and penguins

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An Uplifting Dolphin Story. Literally.

Dolphins and whales playing

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Killer Whales (Orcas), Killer Whale Pictures, Killer Whale Facts

Killler whale

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'Whale' of a tale: Couple captures incredible video of killer whales

Whale of a tale: Couple captures incredible video of killer whales - Cool picture, but...They do know that killer whales will eat people, right?

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Shock 'n Orca in Percuil River

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The Awesome Intelligence of Cetaceans (Part 1)

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