Dive into the World of Orcas

Dive into the World of Orcas

Majestic Killer Whales

Orcas are recognized by their unique black and white saddle pattern

Size and Weight

The largest orca, Old Tom, measured 32 feet and weighed a whopping 22,000 pounds.

Social Creatures

Orcas are highly social and live in family pods, which can include up to 50 members.

Remarkable Intelligence

Orcas showcase incredible intelligence, including using tools and social learning.

Communication Skills

Orcas communicate through distinct languages and have unique dialects for each pod.

Diet and Hunting

Diverse groups of orcas hunt specific prey like bluefin tuna, seals, and even blue whales.

Threats and Conservation

If you can, why not pack your own snorkel mask? Especially these days, you want something that is custom for your face and your face only.

Unique Features

If you’re going to be on a boat en route to your snorkel destination, be sure to pack a pair of sunnies.

Lifespan and Reproduction

Orcas can live for 50-90 years and have a gestation period of 17 months

Speed and Agility

Despite their size, orcas can reach speeds of up to 34 mph

Dive Deeper

Explore more about these fascinating creatures and their role in the marine ecosystem