orca : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n predatory black-and-white toothed whale with large dorsal fin; common in cold seas
- In 2006 an orca (a.
- How did you get involved with what is arguably the most famous orca ever? Only Hollywood would call him Willy.
- And then, like an animal tamer who uses love instead of a whip, you'd get your adorable orca to leap over a high jetty so he could be reunited with his pod.
News & Articles
- BREAKING: SeaWorld Orca Dies in Spain
An infant female orca by the name of Vicky has died at the Loro Parque amusement park in the Canary Islands, park officials announced today on their Facebook page.
June 16, 2013 - Takepart.com via Yahoo! News
- Seaworld Facebook fans name baby orca
SAN DIEGO – A four-month-old male orca calf at Sea World San Diego has a name, which was chosen by nearly 12,000 fans on Facebook during a week long contest, park officials announced. About 40 percent of the voters chose …
June 15, 2013 - FOX 5 San Diego
- Orca sighted off North Coronado Island
Orca sighted west of North Coronado Island.
June 14, 2013 - U-T San Diego
- Francesco Aquilini in Seattle Post Intelligencer
Our investment in the Canucks and Orca Bay makes good business sense for us,said Francesco Aquilini, Managing Director of Aquilini Investment Group. "We've been looking at the Canucks for almost three years and we like the business-like...
- Todd Eldredge in Wicked Local Chatham
We met in San Antonio,says Eldredge. "She was an orca whale trainer at Sea World. A friend of hers was working for the tour and introduced us. Now she is an arena hostess for the Detroit Pistons. When she can get time away she sometimes...
- David Atlee Phillips in Christian Science Monitor
But "the vast majority of the orca whales in captivity would be far better off to be returned to the wild. Orcas are unbelievably ill-suited to life in theme parks and can be successfully returned to the wild. We know, because we have done it,"...