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Killer whales visit 'social clubs'

By T.K. Randall
August 13, 2009 · Comment icon 7 comments

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It has been revealed that Killer whales visit their own type of social clubs much the same way as humans do with congregations of up to 100 whales sighted coming together in the Avacha Gulf, off the coast of Russia.
Killer whales visit 'social clubs' Killer whales create and visit social clubs just like people do, scientists have discovered.Up to 100 fish-eating killer whales come together in the Avacha Gulf, off the coast of Russia.


Source: BBC News | Comments (7)




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Comment icon #1 Posted by 8ball936 15 years ago
haha I am thinking its more like a rave or a party of some sort. I can already see them pairing up having sex probably and orgy, the ones just standing around, the crazy ones that don't care and acting stupid, and so one.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Ashiene 15 years ago
dancing killer whales wahhahahaha
Comment icon #3 Posted by :PsYKoTiC:BeHAvIoR: 15 years ago
haha I am thinking its more like a rave or a party of some sort. I can already see them pairing up having sex probably and orgy, the ones just standing around, the crazy ones that don't care and acting stupid, and so one. Sharks would be bouncers. Any dolphins trying to mingle will be given a fin slap!
Comment icon #4 Posted by Bill Hill 15 years ago
I wonder what they talk about? whale 1 "You should of seen it, I flipped this seal up, right? and it went flying through the air for miles! ah ha ha thought it would never land!" whale 2 " er yeah, I actually think that was like, a bit out of order... "
Comment icon #5 Posted by Still Waters 15 years ago
That must be a sight to see Don't dolphins do this as well?
Comment icon #6 Posted by Cetacea 15 years ago
I wonder what they talk about? whale 2 " er yeah, I actually think that was like, a bit out of order... " Lol, Not unlikely especially cause the residents don't mess with the seals, so they would probably find it a bit out of order to go after them... That must be a sight to see Don't dolphins do this as well? Dolphins occasionally form super pods while travelling, or yes, to socialise but in general the smaller dolphin species (orcas being the biggest species of dolphins) live in much looser aggregations, a sort of fission-fusion society so while these orcas return back to their stable family... [More]
Comment icon #7 Posted by Mattshark 15 years ago
That must be a sight to see Don't dolphins do this as well? *pedant hat* Yes like orca Sorry! couldn't resist. *gets coat.


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