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Orca Lagoon
36 X 48 in. Oil on canvas 2011 FOR SALE
Posted on June 6, 2011 Slideshow

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Reply Rehana Farooqi
1:51 PM on June 10, 2011 
Orca or "Killer" whales are the largest members of the dolphin family. Orcas are very social and are found in "pods" or close-tied family groups. Sometimes a pod contains 150 or more whales. Members of the same "family" or pod stay together all their life. In the wild Orcas do not harm humans and aggression within its pod is rare. They are toothed whales and are known to eat fish, squid, birds, sea turtles, seals and even other dolphins. Orcas are found in all oceans, mostly in the polar regions but also can be found in the tropics. They can be far off in the deep seas or near the coasts. Males are longer and bulkier than the females and have a much larger and taller dorsal fin. Male Orca's grow up to about 30 ft (9m) and females up to 25ft. and as an adult weigh 3-6 tons. In the past , Orcas have suffered threats due to whaling, habitat loss and taken alive in the world wide aquarium trade. In the wild they can live up to 90 years.
Orca or "Killer" whales are the largest members of the dolphin family. Orcas are very social and are found in "pods" or close-tied family groups. Sometimes a pod contains 150 or more whales. Members of the same "family" or pod stay together all their life. In the wild Orcas do not harm humans and aggression within its pod is rare. They are toothed whales and are known to eat fish, squid, birds, sea turtles, seals and even other dolphins. Orcas are found in all oceans, mostly in the polar regions but also can be found in the tropics. They can be far off in the deep seas or near the coasts. Males are longer and bulkier than the females and have a much larger and taller dorsal fin. Male Orca's grow up to about 30 ft (9m) and females up to 25ft. and as an adult weigh 3-6 tons. In the past , Orcas have suffered threats due to whaling, habitat loss and taken alive in the world wide aquarium trade. In the wild they can live up to 90 years.