Photos

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Pseudorca with tuna
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Pseudorca with a satellite tag. We are using these tags to examine movements of both the insular and offshore populations in Hawaiian waters, in part to try to assess interactions with the long-line fishery. 

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Pseudorca carrying prey, followed by wedge-tailed shearwaters.

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Pseudorca with mahimahi.
False Killer Whales
A Pseudorca carrying a tuna, followed by its hunting companions.
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Pseudorca mother with calf.
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Mother and calf Pseudorca. December 10, 2008.
False Killer Whales
A group of Pseudorca from the inland populations.
False killer whale leaping while chasing prey, Hawaii, April 2006
A Pseudorca from the offshore population leaping while chasing prey.
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Offshore Pseudorca at Jaggar seamount.
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Pseudorca off the island of Maui.
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Pseudorca off the island of Hawai’i

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