While the orcas
were in a group during the hunt, their minke whale victim was alone at the time of the meal.
Asked for examples of the company's contributions to orca
science, SeaWorld vice president of communications Fred Jacobs points to studies on underwater hearing and reproduction, research on dead orcas
, and an article on orcas
' metabolism published in the online version of Marine Mammal Science last year.
is one of only two known fields to straddle the median line between the Netherlands and UK (the other being Markham).
Furthermore, many captive orcas
have died at SeaWorld over the years.
In a recent deployment aboard the ORCA
Wolf, a group of young Sea Cadets and their CIC staff were fully integrated into the ship's daily routine.
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Not only did they get a good sighting of two killer whales frolicking beside them, they also saw a 10ft great white shark approach the boat - then witnessed the orcas
attack, kill and devour the great white.
According to the National Marine Fisheries Service, an arm of the federal National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the southern resident orca
population--the best studied wild animal population in the world--has fluctuated considerably since researchers began studying it in earnest some three decades ago.
Then the orca
wriggles into position to catch a wave to carry it back out to sea.
In fact, the concert is dedicated to the memory of a young male orca
named Everett (J18) of the J pod.
This relationship will combine the efforts of Orca
Bay, one of America's largest producers of table ready frozen seafood, with those of Maruha, a world leader in food fisheries, aquaculture, processing and sales.
The spread of this trick might be an orca
version of people learning from each other, proposes Noonan, a researcher at Canisius College in Buffalo, N.