They are really smart creatures.
PCBs have been banned almost two decades ago but their effects are still widely felt by the iconic orcas.
It’s one of the most memorable and heartbreaking processions you can imagine.
These clever marine mammals never cease to amaze us!
In Norway, a research project regularly uses drones to investigate dietary habits and predation behaviours of killer whale groups.
Researchers at University of Bern, Switzerland, found Orcinus orca (killer whales) populations have evolved distinct genetic lineages due to unique hunting strategies.
Killer whales are smart, we already know that; they’re also really scary. But a new study has shown that they are actually scary smart – up to the point where they can learn the language of another species. Killer Smart Killer whales are actually a species of dolphins found in all oceans, from the frigid Arctic and Antarctic regions to tropical seas.
As if SeaWorld didn’t have enough press with the shocking Blackfish documentary, a document released by Buzzfeed reveals that the marine park gives its whales psychoactive drugs and anti-depressants. According to the Ontario Superior Court of Justice affidavit, SeaWorld’s whale trainers give the animals benzodiazepine, which has a valium-like effect on the mammals. The document originated from a legal dispute