False Killer Whales
False killer whales (Pseudorca crassidens) are a large, toothed whale that lives in the tropics and sub-tropics of the open ocean. There is an endangered resident population around the main Hawaiian Islands.
Pseudorca is a top research priority for the Cascadia Research Collective’s work in Hawaiʻi, which is home to the world’s best-known Pseudorca population.
This site is your window into their world and our ongoing research of this endangered species.
Did you see some whales?
Did you take photos?
Report what you saw and upload pictures to contribute to our research!