Scientists Spotted White Killer Whale

Scientists on a research trip in the North Pacific got a treat: they sighted a white killer whale!

Holly Fearnbach, a research biologist at NOAA’s National Marine Mammal Laboratory in Seattle, was able to photograph the whale’s white fin and back. “With hundreds of killer whales documented around the Aleutian Islands, this was equivalent to finding a needle in a haystack,” she said.

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That is sooo amazing, Killer Whales are my favorite type of Dolphins and wow.. I never knew that there were white ones.. man..... that just continues to create more wonder and facination and I would totally love to see more pictures Of white killer whales should the occasion and rarity arise once again.
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