Pilot Whale Attack. Pilot whales are cetaceans belonging to the genus Globicephala. There are two extant species, the long-finned pilot whale and the short-finned pilot whale. The photographer had close encounter with pilot whales in the Strait of Gibraltar. Have a look at the stunning video in the next pin.

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Pilot Whale Attack. Pilot whales are cetaceans belonging to the genus Globicephala. There are two extant species, the long-finned pilot whale and the short-finned pilot whale. The photographer had close encounter with pilot whales in the Strait of Gibraltar. Have a look at the stunning video in the next pin.

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Pilot whale - Globicephala melas    Although pilot whales occasionally eat fish, their major diet is squid. And like many other squid eaters, they have relatively few teeth - about nine in each jaw.

Pilot whale - Globicephala melas Although pilot whales occasionally eat fish, their major diet is squid. And like many other squid eaters, they have relatively few teeth - about nine in each jaw.

Yes, I am having a Whale of a Time! Pilot Whales in the Strait of Gibraltar

Having a whale of a time: The 20ft sea giant who couldn't resist smiling for the camera

Yes, I am having a Whale of a Time! Pilot Whales in the Strait of Gibraltar

Pilot Whale - Large Dolphin with Bulbous Head - surfacing

Pilot Whale - Large Dolphin with Bulbous Head

Pilot Whale - Large Dolphin with Bulbous Head - surfacing

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Twenty-four pilot whales die on New Zealand beach

1. Blue whale 	  4. Grey Whale 	  7. Minke Whale 	  10. Orca (killer whale)  

2. Right Whale  5. Sperm Whale 	  8. Narwhal 	  11. Pilot whale

  3. Humpback Whale   6. Fin Whale 	  9. Beluga Whale

1. Blue whale 4. Grey Whale 7. Minke Whale 10. Orca (killer whale) 2. Right Whale 5. Sperm Whale 8. Narwhal 11. Pilot whale 3. Humpback Whale 6. Fin Whale 9. Beluga Whale

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