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Killer Whale

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Killer Whales, also known as Orcas, live across the world, but they are native to the cold, coastal waters of Norway and Antarctica.



Map of Killer Whale Habitat
Map of Killer Whale Habitat

Killer Whales are one of the world's most powerful predators.
They eat seals, sea lions, fish, squid, seabirds, and even other whales. They have very sharp teeth that can be 4 inches long.


Killer Whale attacking seal
Killer Whale attacking seal


Killer Whales can weigh up to six tons (the weight of a large truck).
They can live to be 80 years old, and they can be up to 32 feet in length (about the size of a school bus).

Killer Whale
Killer Whale

Killer whale compared with bus
Killer whale compared with bus








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Killer Whales use echolocation to communicate and hunt, making sounds that travel underwater and bounce off of objects to reveal size, location, and shape.












Killer Whales are very intelligent and trainable, and they are often the stars of aquarium shows.

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