Killer Whale

  • Marine Mammals
  • Carnivores

BODY:

They are colour black and white, the mean body temperature of the killer whales is 36 to 38°C, dorsal fin, and two pectoral fins.

  • An adult male can reach 5.5 t in weight and up to 9 m long
  • A famale can reach 4 t in weight and up to 7.7 m long

FOOD:

They are eat meat, can eat a whale, and eat other marine mammals.

HABITAT:

From the frigid Arctic and Antarctic regions to tropical seas.

ABILITIES:

  • Maximum speeds of 40 km/h.
  • Can jump.
  • Killer whales are capable of imitating other individuals and seem to intentionally teach skills to their kin.
  • They are able to learn to deliberately beach the beach to catch seals.
  • The killer whale has good visibility inside and out of the water, excellent hearing and a good sense of touch like other cetaceans, no smell.

POPULATION:

From data obtained from different estimates, we calculated a global population of at least 50,000 individuals. Locally there are estimates of 25,000 in the Antarctic, 8500 in the South Pacific, 2 250-2 700 a northeast Pacific and 500 to 1500 in Norway.

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