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According to National Geographic, orcas are considered the largest species of the dolphin family.
The largest orca ever recorded was 32 feet (9.8 m) long, according to Sea World.
Killer whales (or orcas) are powerful predators capable of killing leopard seals and great white sharks.
Killer whales are the only predators that regularly kill and devour Pacific white-sided dolphins.
They weigh up to 6 tons (5,443 kilograms) and grow to 23 to 32 feet (7 to 9.7 meters).
That is almost as long as a school bus.
In the wild, there have been no fatal attacks on humans.
They have also been recorded preying on usually terrestrial species such as moose swimming between islands.
Orcas were given the name 'killer whale' by ancient sailors.
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