False Killer Whale

The toothy grin of the false killer whale [7 pictures]

Hawaii's Endangered False Killer Whales Are Still Waiting for Protection

Hawaii's Endangered False Killer Whales Are Still Waiting for Protection

Making a splash! False killer whale puts on a spectacular show for group of stunned scuba divers A group of divers were treated to a rare sight while on a diving holiday in Tonga A false killer whale circled Australian divers and leaped in and out of the water Footage was captured by Scott Portelli who was looking for humpback whales

Stunning footage of false killer whale leaping around divers

Making a splash! False killer whale puts on a spectacular show for group of stunned scuba divers A group of divers were treated to a rare sight while on a diving holiday in Tonga A false killer whale circled Australian divers and leaped in and out of the water Footage was captured by Scott Portelli who was looking for humpback whales

A whale flashes a killer smile as he homes in on his lunch, off Kona, Hawaii.The photograph shows what appears to be a big grin plastered across the face of a False Killer Whale as he patrols the sea looking for food. American photographer Doug Perrine, 60, snapped the shot

Pictures of the day: 21 March 2013

A whale flashes a killer smile as he homes in on his lunch, off Kona, Hawaii.The photograph shows what appears to be a big grin plastered across the face of a False Killer Whale as he patrols the sea looking for food. American photographer Doug Perrine, 60, snapped the shot

Happy false killer whale ♥

False killer whale Art Print

False killer whales are found in tropical and temperate waters worldwide. However, the 150 to 200 false killer whales that live around the main Hawaiian islands are considered insular, meaning the pod does not migrate to other parts of the Pacific, and is genetically distinct.

Rare sighting of false killer whales off Hawaii; one seems to smile for camera

False killer whales are found in tropical and temperate waters worldwide. However, the 150 to 200 false killer whales that live around the main Hawaiian islands are considered insular, meaning the pod does not migrate to other parts of the Pacific, and is genetically distinct.

False killer whale - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Third largest member of the dolphin family.

False killer whale - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Third largest member of the dolphin family.

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