Discover and save creative ideas
    People also love

    Killer Whale

    A Beluga whale blowing a heart-shaped bubble underwater at Harbin Polarland, Heilongjiang Province, China.

    After the whale shark, the basking shark is the second largest living fish, and can grow up to 32 feet long. These sharks are often mistaken for plesiosaurs, a group of long-necked, predatory marine reptiles that lived at the time of the dinosaurs

    killer whale and her calf

    unusual friends animals - Google Search Very unusual, in captivity I'm guessing, because killer whales eat seals

    Killer Whale

    Family of whales

    7 Things About Killer Whales

    Incredibly rare WHITE humpback whale spotted off coast of Norway

    KILLER WHALE Killer whales live in pods of between a few to several dozen animals. Newborn killer whales, which are about eight feet long and weigh about 400 pounds, stay very close to their mothers for about two years. An entire pod of killer whales may help care for a calf, but the bond between mother and baby is life-long.

    This WPA Federal Art Project poster featuring an elephant to promote the zoo was designed by Hugh Stevenson of Philadelphia in 1937.

    We Heart It 経由の画像

    Whale Dreams | Sarah Jane Studios | Orca, orque, killer whale, black fish.

    baby beluga

    Man and Whale- so. cool.

    Killer whale Love

    Kiss a Beluga Whale...Belugas have a large forehead, a sign of their high intelligence. Beluga whales are, in fact, the smartest animals on earth with an average I.Q. (intelligence quotient) of 155, a level that would be considered near genius in humans.