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Orca Saltando en él Agua

Orcinus orca More - Tap on the link to see the newly released collections for amazing beach bikinis!

Killer whale / Orcas (Norway) - is actually dolphin ☞ so beautiful

Killer whales are substantial, stocky animals that have a vast dorsal blade, with the highly contrasting markings. Have subtle Killer Whale Pictures here.

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DIVING KILLER WHALES In this picture, two killer whales are performing a back flip in the opposite direction.

Im having a whale of a time!

On the way back to the human kingdom, Zelah called in the help of her WHALE friends, to block and distract the Pirate ship so they couldn& attack her new human friends and their ship.

Killer whales, or Orcas (Orcinus orca) are cetaceans. They are the largest dolphins in the world, called 'whales' because of their size. Orcas have mostly black skin with white patches.They are found in all the world's oceans, from the cold of the Arctic to the tropical seas

The killer whale or orca (Orcinus orca) is a toothed whale belonging to the oceanic dolphin family, of which it is the largest member. Killer whales are found in all oceans, from Arctic and Antarctic regions to tropical seas.

Orca ID of West Coast. Keep safe, swim free! <3

scottish-orca: “ An old (slightly outdated)* Graphic of the ID Chart for the West Coast Community. Not Sure why Floppy’s sense of direction is off in this graphic! - Named Occasus *Moon Missing 2008 ”

Happy Orca

Il mio animale preferito…

Orca, second only to humans in brain size, displaying complex rituals and spontaneous exhibits of pure joy. - Stop the Dolphin and Orca Slaughter NOW

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Cougar on the prowl - cougar, puma, mountain lion, catamount. this cat has many names.

Killer whales attack a humpback whale

Killer whales attack a humpback whale. This is why this typebof orca is an actual killer, a murderer to be shown no mercy.

Infographic: A Whale Tale - From June to November every year, humpback whales take on a 5,000km journey from Antarctica to holiday in the warmer waters along Queensland's coastline #infographic #whales #whalewatching

With whale watching season coming up in Queensland it's time to brush up on your whale vocabulary!