Orca Mom with calf....they touch one another often to express comfort and love. This continues for two years

Orca Mom with calf....they touch one another often to express comfort and love. This continues for two years

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Kasatka and Kalia by Paruula, via Flickr

Kasatka and Kalia by Paruula, via Flickr

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I love this position for a half sleeve or thigh piece

I love this position for a half sleeve or thigh piece

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Wow! Thats a big boy! Orca L-57 Faith

Wow! Thats a big boy! Orca L-57 Faith

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Whale inspiration for upcoming project. BOX WITH LID

Whale inspiration for upcoming project. BOX WITH LID

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Beautiful photograph, catches the stunning beauty of this amazing animal ♥

Beautiful photograph, catches the stunning beauty of this amazing animal ♥

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Orca, second only to humans in brain size, displaying complex rituals and spontaneous exhibits of pure joy.

Orca, second only to humans in brain size, displaying complex rituals and spontaneous exhibits of pure joy.

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In today’s vernacular, the names “orca” and “killer whale” are interchangeable, though many animal-activists prefer the former, while scientists and the display industry tend to use the latter.

In today’s vernacular, the names “orca” and “killer whale” are interchangeable, though many animal-activists prefer the former, while scientists and the display industry tend to use the latter.

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Seal feeding a whale

Seal feeding a whale

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Also known as the killer whale, the ORCA is found throughout all the world’s oceans, and is believed to be the most widespread mammal species after humans. An intelligent and versatile predator, the orca shows a wide range of different hunting techniques. The orca is a social species, communicating using a variety of screams, clicks and whistles, as well as through physical behaviours such as breaching, slapping the flippers or tail, and ‘spyhopping’ (bringing the head out of the water).

Also known as the killer whale, the ORCA is found throughout all the world’s oceans, and is believed to be the most widespread mammal species after humans. An intelligent and versatile predator, the orca shows a wide range of different hunting techniques. The orca is a social species, communicating using a variety of screams, clicks and whistles, as well as through physical behaviours such as breaching, slapping the flippers or tail, and ‘spyhopping’ (bringing the head out of the water).

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