If you've ever stopped studying the profile of a killer election ̵1; and if you don't have it, now it's perfect to check out the picture here and consider it a bit – you Perhaps it has noticed that the killer "choice" looks more than a little bit like a thick dolphin. This is because killer whales are not actual whales, but in a way that speaks thick dolphins. Despite their name and large size, killer whales are members of Delphinidae or oceanic dolphin, the family.
Part of the Cetacea order, the overall classification which includes the marine mammals called dolphins, whales and porpoises, the Delphinidae family is the most diverse variety of variety. The family contains thirty species, including bottle dolphins (and the rest of the dolphins as the shady dolphin), narwhals and porpoises, as well as a number of "whales" such as the aforementioned killer whale, the melon chicken whales, the false killer whale, two species of pilot whales and the pigs whale. Despite the name of the last, the smallest member of the family is Maui dolphin (about 3.9 feet long and 88 pounds). The biggest and object of today's issue is Killer Whale (at 30 feet and 20,000 pounds).