Scientists are discovering that orcas, among the most social and intelligent of marine animals, have unique family structures and behaviors, passed from one generation to the next. National Geographic photographer Brian Skerry traveled the globe to document orca pods—where he found that diving with these special creatures can lead to strange and wonderful situations.
Credit: Photograph by Brian Skerry, National Geographic
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