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  • Killer Whale Facts and Information Killer Whale Facts and Information. Feeding, habitat, distribution, reproduction, anatomy and more. Also, the conservation efforts made to preserve Killer Whales and the relationship of Killer Whales with humans.
  • Killer Whale Facts Killer whales, also known as Orcas, are impressive creatures that get a great deal of attention from marine scientists, as well as the rest of the people
  • Killer Whale Information Killer Whale information, feeding, habitat, reproduction, anatomy, evolution, social structure and Orca communication
  • What do Killer Whales Eat Just as we are at the top of the food chain on the planet, Orcas are at the top of the food chain in the ocean. Each Orca eats over 500 pounds of food each and every day
  • Killer Whale Habitat and Distribution You will find them in the colder waters close to the Artic region. You will also find others enjoying the warmer waters in the tropical locations.
  • Killer Whale Reproduction Reproduction takes place late in life for Killer Whales. The females aren’t mature until they are approximately 15 years of age.
  • Killer Whale Anatomy All Killer Whales are black and white. The top part of them are black with some white marks here and there. The size and shape of them varies by individual.
  • Killer Whale Evolution More than 50 million years ago, the Killer Whale likely was a land animal. That is a very different picture than the one we see today when we view this amazing creature that only lives in the water
  • Killer Whale Social Structure Research also shows that the diet of a Killer Whale significantly impacts how it will socialize
  • Killer Whale Communication The communication methods of the Killer Whale are interesting, at least what we do know about them.
  • Humans and Killer Whales Killer whale Relationship with humans like research, orcas in cpativity and killer whales in culture
  • Killer Whale Research Over the years, several different organizations, both public and private, have been doing ongoing Orca research
  • Killer Whales in Captivity However, all scientists agree that both male and female Orcas held in captivity don’t live much more than twenty years
  • Killer Whales in Culture One of the best family films out there with Killer Whales portrayed in it is called Free Willy. It was released in 1993 and covers one of them in captivity that should be returned to the wild
  • Killer Whales Endangered The Killer Whale has declined in overall numbers due to the environment and human actions. Right now they aren’t considered to be an endangered species
  • Killer Whales and Global Warming Killer Whales are drastically affected by climate change. It certainly changes their natural habitat for those that live in the colder areas around the Antarctic region