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Decline of Killer Whales

Killer whales are divided into two classes: the residents and the transients. The central differences between these two types involves their general behavior and diet. Transient groups feed mainly on marine mammals, while resident pods eat mainly fish. Unlike resident killer whales, which travel in large, extended family groups, the transients keep their group sizes small.

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Decline of Killer Whales

Killer whales are divided into two classes: the residents and the transients. The central differences between these two types involves their general behavior and diet. Transient groups feed mainly on marine mammals, while resident pods eat mainly fish. Unlike resident killer whales, which travel in large, extended family groups, the transients keep their group sizes small.

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Decline of Killer Whales

Killer whales are divided into two classes: the residents and the transients. The central differences between these two types involves their general behavior and diet. Transient groups feed mainly on marine mammals, while resident pods eat mainly fish. Unlike resident killer whales, which travel in large, extended family groups, the transients keep their group sizes small.

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