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name: killer whale. Species: Orcinus Orca. Physical features: black and white about 27 feet long it is shaped like a shark. Lifespan: females live for 50 years males live for 30 years.
It lives in the arctic tundra. It is snowy in the arctic tundra. They swim in the ocean in the arctic tundra.
They are carnivores – they only eat meat. They use there sharp teeth to eat. They eat turtles, squids and fish.
Female Killer Whales give baby's one at a time
They use there teeth to eat fins help them to go up for air It knows how to swim they flap there fins
Hunting comes naturally for Killer Whales They are very curious they are curious to see land.
They can also be called the wolfs of the sea. Killer Whales sky hop for air. they hunt in pods
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