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photo by Eli Chance

An all white ocra? Now I think normal orcas are B.A. but an all white one takes things to a new level of awesome. The orca was seen 0ff the coast of the Kamchatka peninsula in Russia back in good ol’ 2010.  The whale was named Iceburg by some russian scientists who saw him. This wasn’t the only case of a all white orca, in 2000 a white orca was spotted off the Washington coast.

Scientists are unsure if its the same whale or if there are actually 2 white orcas. Iceburg is believed to be the father of 2 baby whales in the pack he was traveling in, this means that he is old enough and healthy enough to do the dirty and thats a good thing cause who wouldnt want more whtie orcas?

- Eli (the Duke) Chance

 

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