Category: Marine Biology
23rd April 2012: In the North Pacific, east of the Kamchatka Peninsula near the Commander Islands, the first-ever adult all-white, probably albino, orca bull has been observed by scientists from the universities in Moscow and St. Petersburg. The scientists of this international science project, studying acoustic and social complexity in whale and dolphin populations in the region, called this unique orca ”Iceberg” after they saw his towering 2-meter white dorsal fin breaking the surface.
Footage & original audio by National Geographic Society
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The footage that here we show was obtained for NatGeo, are amazing and really interesting but we advert to you that isn’t a BIG White Shark … but, we must recognize, neither is a giant Octopus. It’s a Dogfish shark. The males growing to 80–100 cm (2.6 – 3.3 ft.) in length and females are slightly larger than males, reaching 98.5–159 cm (3.23 – 5.2 ft.).
The Naked Truth is this: In the ocean the balance between predator and prey is always shifting and the conclusion is that both are strong marine predators and show us a natural balance of species under the sea.