Killer Whale Facts – Get Ready For the Fight!
Killer Sentences from Collins Dictionaries. I don’t know why it is, but to me, the killer is more than just a bad thing. It has a specific, negative meaning, I just chose to apply that meaning to certain things in life. The good news is that you can make all killer things into “good” things if you choose to.
Killer whales are ca. Like killer bees, or have complex social systems. They are pack animals, and travel in large groups, looking for food and other orca to mate with. It takes the smartest or to outsmart other orca in a sea of hundreds. If you are brave enough to sail the killer whale into a tight spot and stand there in a long narrow passage, you have yourself a very good objective.
In families, the male orca is always the head of the pack. Males tend to be smarter than females, and have better memories than females, which explains why they tend to be the ones who remember things best. You can use this knowledge to outsmart other killer whales or by putting them in unfamiliar, confusing, and threatening situations. Or if you want to teach an orcas a lesson, put them in a situation where they have to choose between their own safety and the safety of others in a tightly enclosed area. You have just transformed an orca into a human being!
Orcas tend to bond closely with their mothers. In the wild, mother killer whales feed their young with milk from their own breasts. Killer whales, however, nurse their young until they can fend for themselves. If you can take an orca baby away from its mother for extended periods of time, you have yourself a highly intelligent baby killer whale!
A killer whale is about to take action when you give it a chance to attack. It has highly developed senses that are extremely acute, as well as the ability to detect sonar, which is a form of radar used by military aircraft. In addition, killer whales have acute vision and highly evolved senses of smell. By giving a killer whale a clear enough line of sight, you can expect it to attack almost anything.
In the wild, killer whales hunt fish, squid, and other smaller animals using sonar to locate their targets. In captivity, you can use the same sonar to locate your prey so you can take advantage of its incredible abilities. In addition, killer whales have great memories. After you’ve had one or two attacks, they will remember the exact spot you were when they attacked you. This means that once you train a killer whale to attack, it will always be on guard against you, even when you aren’t there.