Nature Live Online: The Social Side of the Killer Whale
Orcas are incredible predators, which is probably what earned them the rather fierce name of 'killer whale'.
But becoming such excellent ocean hunters requires some complex behaviours. Join Museum researcher Ellen Coombs and find out more about the social side of orcas, from close-knit relationships in family pods to sophisticated hunting behaviour.
Once aired, you can rewatch this talk and any others on our Nature Live playlist on YouTube.
Suitable for ages 6+
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