Orcas are also called Killer Whales but Orcas are not Whales. They
are actually Dolphins. The largest in the Dolphin family. So how did
they get the name Killer Whale?
We all know how intelligent Dolphins are. Maybe Orcas are smarter?
They can understand hand signs, voice commands and have incredible
memories. They communicate with one another using a unique language
that only Orcas belonging to the same group can understand.
Not only smart but impressive too. Orcas are big - some grow to
weigh 22,000 pounds and 32 feet long. Despite their huge size, Orcas
are amongst the fastest swimmers of all marine animals.
Orcas are afraid of nothing, and will even take on a Great White
Shark and win too.
This book answers many of the questions you may have about Killer
Whales, and a whole lot more…
Let's learn about the amazing world of these remarkable super
Predators. This book is filled with color images and interesting facts
about Orcas. If you love reading about incredible creatures, then you
will love this book. For readers from age 6 through to 100…
TJ Rob — www.TJRob.com
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1. What are Orcas?
2. Why Killer Whales?
3. Where do Orcas live today?
4. How many Orcas are left in the wild?
5. How big is an Orca?
6. Different types of Orcas
7. Pods and Clans
8. How long do Orcas live?
10. What do Orcas like to eat?
11. How much do Orcas eat?
12. Orca Communication
14. Cool Orca Facts
15. Orca Senses
16. Orca Teeth
17. Body Parts of an Orca
18. Orca Babies
19. How fast do Orcas swim?
19. Diving - How deep? How Long?
20. Do Orcas sleep?
21. Orca habits and behaviors
22. How smart are Orcas?
23. Human Threats
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