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Huge gathering of more than 30 killer whales seen in Shiretoko World Heritage site

A pod of killer whales swims in waters off Rausu, Hokkaido, on May (Kotaro Ebara)

ONE IN A MILLION PHOTO  THAT'S A SEA KAYAK IN THE OPEN MOUTH OF A WHALE

The photo was taken at the entrance to Katlian Bay. The whale is coming up to scoop up a mouthful of herring. The kayaker is a local Sitka Dentist. The whale's mouth is fully open with the bottom half under the boat by Mark Tennant.

The first adult orca bull ever discovered... his name is Iceberg. He hunts in a pod of 12 (normally coloured) orcas and must be at least 16 years old.

The white death: Meet Iceberg, the first-ever 'albino' killer whale to be spotted

An Albino Killer Whale, nicknamed Iceberg. A team of Russian scientists have reported what they believe is the first-ever sighting of an all-white, adult killer whale in the wild.

New Zealand orcas join surfers in search for the perfect wave | GrindTV.com

New Zealand orcas join surfers in search for the perfect wave

Another reason I want my next big trip to be New Zealand: Orcas surfing, Auckland

Orca's in Canada. What a great sight!

Killer Whale Orcas photographed in the waters near from a whale watching tour in July. Photo submitted by Tammy Koper.

Orcas returning to the San Juan Islands

Every summer the endangered Southern resident orcas show up around the San Juan Islands to prey on salmon. This is a short video of them returning in the summer…

I saw this very thing happen in Alaska...the boat was bigger and further away though

Humpback whales feeding in Alaska. Photo by Scott Methvin Credits: OCEAN DEFENDER - Hawaii — with Eirletta Hollingsworth, Rah Francis O'Hara and Ana G. The majesty of these whales is breath taking.

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““I think the most amazing fact I learned was that they have a part of the brain that we don’t have—a part that we can’t even identify.”—Gabriela Cowperthwaite, Director of Blackfish ”

Orca encounter at the north end of Cava in Scapa Flow, Orkney Islands, Scotland by divers on the MV Valkyrie.

(Dave) A pod of Orcas came to have a closer look at a local dive boat this afternoon. The MV Valkyrie was off the north end of Cava in Scapa Flow when.

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Wild Ways to See Whales – ‘A Better Way to See Orcas’

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