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Spectacular fin whale breach a rare sight

Spectacular fin whale breach a rare sight - The fin whale, also called the finback whale, razorback, or common rorqual, is a marine mammal belonging to the suborder of baleen whales. Wikipedia Scientific name: Balaenoptera physalus Rank: Species Higher classification: Balaenoptera

Although Iceberg’s colour is unusual, he is not the only white killer whale that FEROP encountered in recent years. This young white female was also spotted by the team in Russian waters. She is not, however, nearly as white as Iceberg. (Image: FEROP) So pretty. :)

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7 Things SeaWorld Doesn't Tell You About Orcas

Killer Whale Killer Facts (via Huffington Post 2012-12): Orcas are amongst the most intelligent species in the world, making them particularly unsuitable to captivity!


Beautiful Black And White Photography Of Animals

orca - Possibly (likely) taken at Marineland Canada, one of the worst marine parks in terms of animal care and abuse. So sad to see this beautiful animal, knowing how poorly their captive live racks up to the lives of their wild counterparts.

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Frozen Planet, Pod of Orcas, Kim Matula, Mark Deklin, March 18-24, 2012 TV World

Three cute orcas spy hopping in a row... "Hey! No fair! I can't see over your melon!"

Close up of Orca whales as they surface in Lynn Canal with the Coast Range Mountains in the background, Inside Passage, Southeast Alaska