The Fun and Very Social, Killer Whale, ages +

The Fun, and Very Social, Killer Whale, ages 3+

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Killer Whale fun facts:

Killer Whales, also known as Orca, can be found in many different regions of the world. Here are some fun facts about their size. Male Killer Whales tend to be 20-26 feet long, and weigh around 6 tons. That is about 13,000 pounds. Female Killer Whales are not much smaller.  They are around 16-23 feet, and weigh around three to four tons. That is about 6,000 to 9,000 pounds. If you see a Killer Whale in the wild, you will notice that it has a black back, and a white chest. You will also notice it has a white patch above and behind its eye. 

Single killer whale at sunset jumping

More Killer Whale fun facts:

The Killer Whale makes it home in many different places.  They are found in every single ocean, and most seas. Near the United States, you can spot Killer Whales off the coast of California, Washington, Oregon, and Alaska. You can also see Killer Whales swimming and leaping out of the water off the East coast of the United States too! When a Killer Whale is seen swimming and leaping out of the water, that is called porpoising. 

Killer Whale
Killer Whale

Killer Whales, Did you know?

Killer Whales are part of the dolphin family. The first appeared around 11 million years ago. There are three to five different types of Killer Whales. The most well known is called resident, transient, and off shore off shore Killer Whales. These different types of Killer Whales often don’t interact with each other. 

Killer Whale in tank

Thank you so much for joining us today for our adventure with Killer Whales, remember, download your very own booklet and explore the Killer Whale activities: 

https://adventuresofscubajack.com/image/catalog/2020_3/Killer-Whales.pdf

Also, visit our you tube channel at:

https://www.youtube.com/c/ThePreschoolAdventuresofScubaJack/videos

Explore the many videos on fish, creatures of the sea, stories, and sing along songs

Learn more about Whales and what we can do to save our Whales: Go to: 

www.Saveourwhales.org

I hope you have an awesome day! Keep on exploring!

Beth,