Hi everyone, welcome to a new episode of WHALEZONE.TV, which is now available on our blog! In this episode, our MSc in Marine Biology Anais explains what are the ecotypes of Killer Whales. Watch, learn and enjoy!
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1) Southern Resident Orcas. Source: www.endangered.org
2) “Why are there so many different types of killer whales?” – Source: www.eaglewingtours.com
3)Orca ecotypes its not all black and white? Source: www.seawatchfoundation.org.uk
4) Enciclopedia Marine Mammals, 3rd Edition. Edts. Bernd Würsig, J.G.M Thewissen, Kit M. Kovacs.
1) Type B Killer Whales on the Hunt | Antarctica – Source: Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic
2) Killer Whales Working Together to Hunt Seals on Ice – Source: BBC Earth
3) Killer Whales Attack Minke – Source: Frozen Planet and BBC Earth
4) Eyes on Orcas – Source: Continent
5) Antarctica – Source: National Geographic
6) What Are Southern Resident Orcas? – Source: Oceana
7) Drone footage: Southern resident killer whales – Source: Vancouver Sun
8) Searching for Type D: A New Species of Killer Whale? – Source: NOAA Fisheries
9) Orcas (killer whales) in the Ross Sea, Antarctica – Source: Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC)
10) Killer whales hunting a Humpback whale calf and eating its tongue – Source: Whale Watch Cabo
11) Incredible footage of Orcas eating a minke whale – Source: Best Documentary
12) Spectacular close ups of herring feeding Orcas – Source: Jonas Folleso
13) Orca feeding on stingray & the aftermath – Source: Clay Tall Stories
14) Killer Whales in Azores – Footage courtesy of Tiago Batista and Milou van Mulken.