Although the transient population of orcas in captivity is rising thanks to cruel capture operations in Russia, the vast majority […]
Ever since the first orca was captured in 1961, the marine park industry has profoundly targeted resident orcas, perhaps due […]
Adult killer whales have one set of 40-56 interlocking teeth (usually 10 to 14 teeth along each side of each […]
Orcas are the ocean’s top predators, capable of killing anything from fish to birds and sharks to baleen whales. By […]
A killer whale’s dorsal fin can grow several feet long, with an adult male’s fin growing up to six feet […]
In the wild, despite centuries of sharing the ocean, there has only been one reliable report of an orca injuring […]
According to the National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration (NOAA), wild killer whales can live up to 50-100 years. Male orcas have […]