Orcinus orca


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Orcinus orca

see killer whale.
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Feeding ecology of eastern North Pacific killer whales Orcinus orca from fatty acid, stable isotope, and organochlorine analyses of blubber biopsies.
2000: Killer whales: the natural history and genealogy of Orcinus orca in British Columbia and Washington.
For Orcinus orca, the pressures are exquisitely modeled, and here--just as we have begun trying to "picture" it-is where our intuition breaks down.
In California's Monterey Bay last spring, Pusser snapped a photo of a killer whale, or Orcinus orca (OR-sin-uhs OR-kuh), gliding along next to the intestines from its recent kill--a gray-whale calf (young).
Estos animales han sido clasificados como cetaceos odontocetos y su nombre cientifico es Orcinus orca.
Although there remains very much to learn of whale life cycles, we now know more about both the play and the communication signals of a number of species, Orcinus orca among them.
The Orcinus orca was seen swimming off the Slea Head Peninsula coast in Dingle on Monday.
Available evidence suggests that sightings of the killer whale, Orcinus orca (or aarluk in Inuktitut), are becoming more frequent throughout the eastern Canadian Arctic (Higdon et al.