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Killer Whale Collection

Killer whales (Delphinidae) are the largest species of dolphins and one of the most recognizable marine mammals

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Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer whale / Orca - The adult male known as 'MEL', 45 to 50 years old when these images were taken

Killer whale / Orca - The adult male known as "MEL", 45 to 50 years old when these images were taken
FG-eb-327 Killer whale / Orca - The adult male known as "MEL", 45 to 50 years old when these images were taken (March 2006) hunting South American Sealion pups on a beach at Punta Norte

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer Whale

Killer Whale
FG-9509-M Killer Whale / Orca - underwater Orcinus orca Francois Gohier Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer Whales / Orcas (Orcinus orca)

Killer Whales / Orcas (Orcinus orca)
Killer whales / Orcas (Orcinus orca) large pod including calf traveling together while foraging on large schools of Herring (Clupea harengus) in the cold waters of northern Norway, January

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer Whale Vancouver Aquarium, Canada

Killer Whale Vancouver Aquarium, Canada
AU-1212 KILLER WHALE / Orca - underwater Vancouver Aquarium, Canada Orcinus orca Auscape Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer / Orca Whale - breaching. ML522

Killer / Orca Whale - breaching. ML522
TOM-1166 Killer / Orca Whale - breaching Puget Sound, San Juan Islands, Washington, British Columbia, Pacific ocean Orcinus orca Tom & Pat Leeson Please note that prints are for personal display

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer whale (Orcinus orca) male named Mel attacking young South American sea lion

Killer whale (Orcinus orca) male named Mel attacking young South American sea lion (Otaria flavescens) on beach, Punta Norte, Peninsula Valdes, Argentina

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Orca whales (Orcinus orca) pod surfacing together, Shetland, Scotland, UK. April

Orca whales (Orcinus orca) pod surfacing together, Shetland, Scotland, UK. April

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer Whale - breaching Pacific Northwest ml96p

Killer Whale - breaching Pacific Northwest ml96p
TOM-888 Killer Whale / Orca - breaching San Juan Islands, Puget Sound, Washington. USA Orcinus orca Tom & Pat Leeson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer / Orca Whale - spy hopping ML967P

Killer / Orca Whale - spy hopping ML967P
TOM-1163 Killer / Orca Whale - spy hopping Puget Sound, San Juan Islands, British Columbia, Pacific Ocean Orcinus orca Tom & Pat Leeson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Resident killer whale bull, Orcinus orca, Cattle Pass, San Juan Island, Washington

Resident killer whale bull, Orcinus orca, Cattle Pass, San Juan Island, Washington, United States of America, North America

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer Whale / Orca - Several pods came together to form a 'superpod'

Killer Whale / Orca - Several pods came together to form a "superpod"
FG-ab-418 Killer Whale / Orca - Several pods came together to form a "superpod". Photographed in Johnstone Strait, British Columbia

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer whales, Transient type - breaching during a phase of traveling and active socializing

Killer whales, Transient type - breaching during a phase of traveling and active socializing
FG-EC-495 Killer whales, Transient type - breaching during a phase of traveling and active socializing. Photographed in Monterey Bay, California, USA, Pacific Ocean

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer Whales - Transient type - Adult male - Monterey Bay - Pacific Ocean - California - USA

Killer Whales - Transient type - Adult male - Monterey Bay - Pacific Ocean - California - USA - April
FG-EC-503 Killer Whales - Transient type Adult male - Monterey Bay - Pacific Ocean - California - USA - April Orcinus orca Francois Gohier Please note that prints are for personal display purposes

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer whale / Orca - male, breaching Photographed in Johnstone Strait, British Columbia

Killer whale / Orca - male, breaching Photographed in Johnstone Strait, British Columbia, Canada AM 846
FG-4885 Killer whale / Orca - male, breaching Photographed in Johnstone Strait, British Columbia, Canada Orcinus orca Francois Gohier Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Transient killer whales (Orcinus orca) surfacing at sunset, Haro Strait, Saturna Island

Transient killer whales (Orcinus orca) surfacing at sunset, Haro Strait, Saturna Island, British Columbia, Canada, North America

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer whales/ Orca - transient type. Photographed in Monterey Bay, Pacific Ocean, California, USA

Killer whales/ Orca - transient type. Photographed in Monterey Bay, Pacific Ocean, California, USA
FG-EC-018 Killer whales/ Orca - transient type Monterey Bay, Pacific Ocean, California, USA Orcinus orca There are three types of recognised Killer Whales - resident, transients & offshore'

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer whale spy hopping with calf in an Arctic Fjord

Killer whale spy hopping with calf in an Arctic Fjord, Norway, Scandinavia, Europe

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Orcas / killer whales (Orcinus orca) swimming in open water, Three Kings Islands, New Zealand

Orcas / killer whales (Orcinus orca) swimming in open water, Three Kings Islands, New Zealand. Pacific Ocean

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer whale (Orcinus orca) pod hunting together in herring baitball (Clupea harengus)

Killer whale (Orcinus orca) pod hunting together in herring baitball (Clupea harengus), Andenes, Andoya island, North Atlantic Ocean, Norway, April

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Orcas / killer whales (Orcinus orca) swimming in open water, Three Kings Islands, New Zealand

Orcas / killer whales (Orcinus orca) swimming in open water, Three Kings Islands, New Zealand. Pacific Ocean

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer Whales (Orcinus orca) spy-hopping to observe Weddell Seal (Leptonychotes weddellii)

Killer Whales (Orcinus orca) spy-hopping to observe Weddell Seal (Leptonychotes weddellii) in preparation to knock it from the ice by creating a wave. Marguerite Bay, Antarctic Peninsula, summer

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Riding a killer whale

Riding a killer whale
A man with a cowboy hat rides a killer whale. Date: 1960s

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer Whales (Orcas), Southern Ocean

Killer Whales (Orcas), Southern Ocean

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer Whale FG 2468 Orcinus orca © Francois Gohier ARDEA LONDON

Killer Whale FG 2468 Orcinus orca © Francois Gohier ARDEA LONDON
FG-2468 KILLER WHALE / Orca - at surface, showing dorsal fin Orcinus orca Francois Gohier Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Orcas / killer whales (Orcinus orca) swimming in open water, Three Kings Islands, New Zealand

Orcas / killer whales (Orcinus orca) swimming in open water, Three Kings Islands, New Zealand. Pacific Ocean

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Picture No. 10947600

Picture No. 10947600
Orca / Killer Whale - attack on young South American Sea Lion (Otaria flavescens) (formerly Otaria byronia) Valdes Peninsula, Patagonia, Argentina. Date

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer whales hunt together in the beautiful clear ocean

Killer whales hunt together in the beautiful clear ocean
Two female and one male killer whales hunt together in the beautiful clear ocean

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: An adult killer whale (Orcinus orca) surfaces next to a calf off the Cumberland Peninsula

An adult killer whale (Orcinus orca) surfaces next to a calf off the Cumberland Peninsula, Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada, North America

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Southern Elephant Seal, Female - Female afraid of killer whales swimming along the shoreline

Southern Elephant Seal, Female - Female afraid of killer whales swimming along the shoreline
FG-eb-380 Southern Elephant Seal - Female afraid of killer whales swimming along the shoreline Valdes Peninsula, Patagonia

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer whale / Orcas practicing intentional stranding; Patagonia

Killer whale / Orcas practicing intentional stranding; Patagonia. The small population of Orcas of northern Patagonia
FG-eb-364 Killer whale / Orcas practicing intentional stranding Patagonia Orcinus orca The small population of Orcas of northern Patagonia uses a unique strategy of intentional stranding to capture

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer whale / Orcas - Hunting South American Sea lion pups at the water's edge

Killer whale / Orcas - Hunting South American Sea lion pups at the water's edge
FG-eb-284 Killer whale / Orcas - Hunting South American Sea lion pups at the water's edge Punta Norte, Valdes Peninsula, Province Chubut, Patagonia

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer Whale Male This individual is part of a pod of Transient Killer whales

Killer Whale Male This individual is part of a pod of Transient Killer whales
FG-dz-514 Killer Whale / Orca - Male Monterey Bay, California, USA Orcinus orca This individual is part of a pod of Transient Killer whales

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer whale This population of killer whales feed on herring. In the fall

Killer whale This population of killer whales feed on herring. In the fall
FG-bu-954 Killer whale - this population of killer whales feed on herring Tysfjord, Norway Orcinus orca In the autumn, schools of herring enter fjords of the NW coast of Norway

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer Whale - this population of killer whales feed on herring. In the autumn

Killer Whale - this population of killer whales feed on herring. In the autumn
FG-bv-164 Killer Whale - this population of killer whales feed on herring Vestfjord, Norway Orcinus orca In the autumn, schools of herring enter fjords of the NW coast of Norway

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Pod of Orca Whales (Orcinus orca) in Haro Strait near San Juan Island with Mt

Pod of Orca Whales (Orcinus orca) in Haro Strait near San Juan Island with Mt. Baker behind, Washington State, USA
Orca Whale (Orcinus orca) is a toothed whale belonging to the oceanic dolphin family, of which it is the largest member. Killer whales are highly social; some populations are composed of matrilineal

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Spyhopping Orca Killer Whale (Orca orcinus) near San Juan Island, WA State, USA

Spyhopping Orca Killer Whale (Orca orcinus) near San Juan Island, WA State, USA

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Type A killer whales (Orcinus orca) travelling and socializing in Gerlache Strait near

Type A killer whales (Orcinus orca) travelling and socializing in Gerlache Strait near the Antarctic Peninsula, Southern Ocean, Polar Regions

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: A killer whale in the cold sea framed by seagulls flying in pink sky at dawn, Tungeneset

A killer whale in the cold sea framed by seagulls flying in pink sky at dawn, Tungeneset, Senja, Troms, Norway, Scandinavia, Europe

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: U. S. A. Alaska, Inside Passage Surfacing Orca killer whales (Orcinus orca)

U. S. A. Alaska, Inside Passage Surfacing Orca killer whales (Orcinus orca)
U.S.A. Alaska, Inside Passage Surfacing Orca killer whales (Orcinus orca)

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer whales/ Orca - transient type. Photographed in Monterey Bay - Pacific Ocean - California

Killer whales/ Orca - transient type. Photographed in Monterey Bay - Pacific Ocean - California - USA
FG-EC-020 Killer whales/ Orca - transient type Monterey Bay, Pacific Ocean, California, USA Orcinus orca There are three types of recognised Killer Whales - resident, transients & offshore'

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Transient killer whales (Orcinus orca), Haro Strait, Saturna Island, British Columbia, Canada

Transient killer whales (Orcinus orca), Haro Strait, Saturna Island, British Columbia, Canada, North America

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Spyhopping Orca Killer Whale (Orca orcinus) near San Juan Island, WA State, USA

Spyhopping Orca Killer Whale (Orca orcinus) near San Juan Island, WA State, USA

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Orca or Killer

Orca or Killer whales

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Killer whale / Orca - activity during an attack on young Northern Elephant seal

Killer whale / Orca - activity during an attack on young Northern Elephant seal (Mirounga angustirostris)
FG-EC-101 Killer whale / Orca - activity during an attack on young Northern Elephant seal (Mirounga angustirostris) by three members of a pod of transient killer whales Monterey Bay, Pacific Ocean

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Blackfish

Blackfish
Serge Melesan

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: The pod

The pod
Serge Melesan

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: The Seablue

The Seablue
Serge Melesan

Background imageKiller Whale Collection: Fantasy Beautiful Whale

Fantasy Beautiful Whale
Xuan Thai



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Killer Whale Collection

Killer whales (Delphinidae) are the largest species of dolphins and one of the most recognizable marine mammals. They have a black and white color pattern, with distinctive white patches on their bellies and around their eyes, and are highly social animals that live in large pods, or groups, which can range from two to over fifty individuals. They feed on a variety of prey including fish, squid, sea birds, seals and even other dolphins. Killer whales communicate with each other using a variety of vocalizations such as clicks and whistles. They also use echolocation to locate food sources in dark or murky waters, and are found throughout all oceans except for the Arctic Ocean where they migrate seasonally to feed on herring and salmon runs. These majestic creatures are an important part of our ocean's ecosystem; however they face threats from human activities such as pollution, overfishing and boat strikes which can cause injury or death for these animals.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Killer Whale collection from Media Storehouse features a stunning array of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards that showcase the beauty and majesty of these magnificent Delphinidae mammals. Also known as Orcas, Killer Whales are apex predators found in all oceans around the world. They are highly intelligent creatures with complex social structures and communication systems. Our collection includes breathtaking images of Killer Whales swimming gracefully through crystal-clear waters or leaping out of the ocean in acrobatic displays. The artwork captures their sleek black-and-white bodies contrasted against vibrant blue seas or snowy white icebergs. Whether you're looking to decorate your home or office space with awe-inspiring nature photography or searching for unique gifts for animal lovers, our collection has something for everyone. With high-quality printing techniques used on premium materials such as fine art paper and canvas, these pieces will add a touch of elegance to any room they adorn.
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What are Killer Whale (Delphinidae Mammals Animals) art prints?

Killer Whale art prints are high-quality reproductions of artwork featuring these majestic creatures. These prints showcase the beauty and power of killer whales, also known as orcas, in their natural habitat. They are perfect for anyone who loves marine life and wants to add a touch of nature to their home or office decor. These art prints are created using advanced printing technology that ensures vibrant colors and sharp details. The images are printed on archival paper, which means they will last for many years without fading or yellowing. Killer Whale art prints come in a variety of sizes and styles, so you can choose the one that best fits your needs. Whether you prefer a large canvas print or a smaller framed piece, there is something for everyone. Killer Whale art prints offer an excellent way to bring the beauty of these amazing animals into your home or workspace.
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What Killer Whale (Delphinidae Mammals Animals) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Killer Whale art prints that are perfect for animal lovers and enthusiasts. You can choose from a variety of stunning images, including close-up shots of these majestic creatures in their natural habitat, as well as artistic interpretations that capture the beauty and power of these animals. Some popular options include black and white photographs that showcase the intricate details of the orca's markings, as well as colorful illustrations that highlight their playful nature. Whether you're looking for a striking centerpiece for your living room or an inspiring addition to your office decor, we have something to suit every taste and style. With high-quality printing techniques and premium materials used in each print, you can be sure that your Killer Whale art piece will look stunning on any wall. So why not browse through our collection today and find the perfect artwork to add some marine magic to your home?
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How do I buy Killer Whale (Delphinidae Mammals Animals) art prints?

To buy Killer Whale art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of artwork featuring these majestic creatures. You will find a variety of styles and sizes to choose from, including canvas prints, framed prints, and posters. Once you have selected the piece that speaks to you, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. At checkout, you will be prompted to provide your shipping information and payment details. We accept all major credit cards as well as PayPal for your convenience. Whether you are looking for a statement piece for your living room or office space or want to gift someone who loves marine life with a beautiful print of killer whales in action, we have got you covered. With high-quality printing techniques used on premium materials such as fine art paper and museum-grade canvas, their artwork is sure to impress even the most discerning art lover.
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How much do Killer Whale (Delphinidae Mammals Animals) art prints cost?

The cost of Killer Whale art prints can vary depending on the size, quality, and type of print. There are a variety of options available such as canvas prints, framed prints, and poster prints. The price range for these types of prints can be anywhere from affordable to expensive. It is important to consider the source where you purchase your print from as well as their reputation for quality products. We offer a wide selection of Killer Whale art prints that cater to different budgets and preferences. They have a team dedicated to sourcing high-quality images that are licensed for use in artwork production. Our collection includes both classic and contemporary styles featuring various poses and settings depicting this majestic creature in its natural habitat or performing tricks at marine parks around the world.
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How will my Killer Whale (Delphinidae Mammals Animals) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in delivering your Killer Whale art prints to you. We use high-quality packaging materials to ensure that your artwork arrives safely and undamaged. Your prints will be carefully rolled and placed inside a sturdy tube for protection during transit. We work with trusted courier partners who offer reliable delivery services worldwide. Once your order has been dispatched, you will receive an email confirmation with tracking information so that you can monitor the progress of your delivery. Our team is dedicated to providing excellent customer service, so if you have any questions or concerns about the delivery of your Killer Whale art prints, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are always happy to help and will do our best to resolve any issues as quickly as possible.