killer whale

Entertainment
The theme park will replace its "One Ocean" show with "Orca Encounter," which SeaWorld calls an educational program focused on conservation.
Environment
The "L pod" traveling from the Pacific Northwest included a months-old calf and a female orca in her 90s.
Environment
Researchers spotted the mysterious killer whales off the coast of Chile.
Environment
Marine mammal expert Regina Eisert said she thinks the whale wanted to share its dinner with her.
Environment
A Friday mission to feed the orca failed, but food delivery will be attempted again.
Environment
Tahlequah has swum hundreds of miles during her grand act of grief.
Environment
It's yet another loss for the Pacific Northwest's starving orca population.
HuffPost Video
Tilikum, the SeaWorld orca whale profiled in the film ‘Blackfish,’ has died.
Green
The news comes months after SeaWorld announced plans to end its killer whale breeding program.
Environment
There is no freedom from their dependence on their human keepers for food. Captivity is a full-time duty that has been forced upon them by humans, and there are never any breaks from it.
Green
“This is one of many examples of what is wrong with captivity."
Hawaii
The tiny Maui's dolphin, whose evolutionary path has out-maneuvered that of the brainiest predator in the ocean - the killer whale - now faces near extinction at the hands of man.
Science
Last month, SeaWorld announced it was suing California authorities over a ban on breeding killer whales after a lawsuit claiming the marine park attraction deceived patrons was dismissed by a federal judge.
Science
Behold the awesome power of Mother Nature's hierarchy.
Environment
In July Deron Verbeck , free-diver and award winning underwater photographer, happened upon a group of pilot whales while on a photoshoot with National Geographic. The adult male carried the corpse of a dead baby, and the group swam by in what Deron called a "heavy and heart wrenching scene":
Travel
Footage was taken in the waters off Little Barrier Island.