This National Geographic video says about itself:
Off the coast of Argentina, seasoned killer whales hunt sea lion pups.
From Wildlife Extra:
March 2008. Scientists conducting research in the North Pacific have sighted a very rare white Killer whale, or Orca. The white killer whale was spotted with its pod about two miles off Kanaga Volcano, part of Alaska’s Aleutian Islands. At the time, Kodiak-based ship Oscar Dyson was on a research expedition for The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), assessing pollock fish stocks near Steller sea lion haulout sites.
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- ‘Blackfish’ Documentary Dives Into Killer Whale Captivity (on.aol.com)
- Killer whale genetics: Redefining stock structure in a marine top predator (eurekalert.org)
- Mutant ‘Type-D’ Orca may be a New Species of Killer Whale (natureworldnews.com)
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- To scientists, dead killer whale a lucky find (timescolonist.com)