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    • Abr 24 2012, 1h34

    White killer whale adult spotted for first time in wild

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    Scientists have made what they believe to be the first sighting of an adult white orca, or killer whale.

    The adult male, which they have nicknamed Iceberg, was spotted off the coast of Kamchatka in eastern Russia.

    It appears to be healthy and leading a normal life in its pod.

    White whales of various species are occasionally seen; but the only known white orcas have been young, including one with a rare genetic condition that died in a Canadian aquarium in 1972.


    Read More: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-17783603

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    • Abr 26 2012, 22h26
    Ahab: A gold deblume to the first man that spots the white whale!
    Queequeg: Big whale over there.
    Ahab: Ay, I saw it first... [pockets deblume]

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    • Abr 27 2012, 2h49
    LOL

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