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Orca Collection

The majestic orca, also known as the killer whale (Orcinus orca), is a sight to behold. With its sleek black and white body, it commands attention wherever it goes

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

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

Background imageOrca 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 imageOrca 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 imageOrca 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 imageOrca 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 imageOrca 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 imageOrca 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 imageOrca 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 imageOrca 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 imageOrca 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 imageOrca 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 imageOrca Collection: Killer Whales (Orcas), Southern Ocean

Killer Whales (Orcas), Southern Ocean

Background imageOrca 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 imageOrca 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 imageOrca 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 imageOrca 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 imageOrca 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 imageOrca 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 imageOrca 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 imageOrca 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 imageOrca Collection: Orca whale surfacing

Orca whale surfacing

Background imageOrca 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 imageOrca 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 imageOrca 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 imageOrca Collection: Canada, British Columbia, Johnstone Straight, Orcas (Orcinus orca)

Canada, British Columbia, Johnstone Straight, Orcas (Orcinus orca)

Background imageOrca Collection: Blackfish

Blackfish
Serge Melesan

Background imageOrca Collection: The Seablue

The Seablue
Serge Melesan

Background imageOrca Collection: Spirit Bear

Spirit Bear
Karen MacKenzie

Background imageOrca Collection: Fantasy Beautiful Whale

Fantasy Beautiful Whale
Xuan Thai

Background imageOrca Collection: Fantasy Beautiful Whale

Fantasy Beautiful Whale
Xuan Thai

Background imageOrca Collection: Blueplanet

Blueplanet
Serge Melesan

Background imageOrca Collection: Orca whales surfacing

Orca whales surfacing

Background imageOrca Collection: Orca breaching

Orca breaching

Background imageOrca Collection: Orca breaching

Orca breaching

Background imageOrca Collection: Orcas surfacing

Orcas surfacing

Background imageOrca Collection: Orcas surfacing

Orcas surfacing

Background imageOrca Collection: Orca surfacing at sunset

Orca surfacing at sunset

Background imageOrca Collection: Cosmic Ocean (Black Version)

Cosmic Ocean (Black Version)
Alirıza ÇAKIR

Background imageOrca Collection: Cosmic Ocean (Black Version)

Cosmic Ocean (Black Version)
Alirıza ÇAKIR

Background imageOrca Collection: Cosmic Ocean (Black Version)

Cosmic Ocean (Black Version)
Alirıza ÇAKIR

Background imageOrca Collection: Starry Orca (black Version)

Starry Orca (black Version)
Alirıza ÇAKIR

Background imageOrca Collection: Starry Orca (black Version)

Starry Orca (black Version)
Alirıza ÇAKIR



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The majestic orca, also known as the killer whale (Orcinus orca), is a sight to behold. With its sleek black and white body, it commands attention wherever it goes. One such magnificent creature is Mel, an adult male who was around 45 to 50 years old when these images were taken in March 2006. In the stunning coastal region of Punta Norte, Valdes Peninsula, Province Chubut, Patagonia, Argentina, Mel can be seen hunting South American Sealion pups on a beach. Not far from there, at the Vancouver Aquarium in Canada, another killer whale captivates visitors with its grace and power. Breaching out of the water with sheer force and elegance is ML522 - a true spectacle that leaves spectators in awe. But breaching isn't just for show; it serves various purposes for these intelligent creatures. Just like Mel attacking young South American sea lions off the coast of Argentina or spy hopping like ML967P does near shorelines – they are all part of their natural behavior. In Shetland, Scotland's picturesque waterscape during April months each year sees pods of orcas surfacing together. The harmonious display showcases their strong social bonds and cooperative nature. Traveling across continents to Pacific Northwest ml96p breaches through the waves while forming superpods with other pods in Johnstone Strait located in British Columbia, Canada - an extraordinary gathering that demonstrates their remarkable sense of community. Even further south along Monterey Bay's coastline in California lies yet another breathtaking encounter with transient type killer whales breaching during active socializing phases. These incredible moments were captured by photographers lucky enough to witness this rare event firsthand. Whether it's hunting prey off remote shores or engaging in playful breaches among fellow pod members worldwide – every sighting reminds us why these magnificent creatures have earned their reputation as kings and queens of the ocean.