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- Orcas are actually dolphins—the largest of the Delphinidae family, recognizable by distinct black and white coloring.
- Once known as “killer whales,” orcas are exceptional predators, hunting cooperatively in family groups called “pods.”
- Their 46 - 50 teeth, each nearly 3 inches long, point slightly backward to grip and tear apart prey for easy swallowing.
- With pulsed calls that echo for many miles over the ocean, family members stay within hearing range of each other.