The killer whale (also known as the orca), is found throughout most of the oceans of the world and is considered to be the widest spread cetacean. The killer whale received its name from its predacious hunting skills. Killer whales feed on seals, fish, sea turtles, and large baleen whales. Although they are not endangered, populations have declined due to pollution, ship traffic, and reduced prey availability.
- Length: 10.5cm
Origin: Oceans World Wide