Killer Whales are Squeezing Great White Sharks ‘Like Tubes of Toothpaste’ to Eat Their Livers





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  • As killer whales live and travel in family pods, it is entirely possible that the shark deaths are the responsibility of one or two pods, given the potential for crossover between pods.
    Unless the whales, or an individual, are hyper-sensitized in some way, it is likely to be an accidental bite that the whales learned from and now repeat.
    To hypothesize that all whales have now “learned” this from other whales, would suggest a greater capacity for language than is known; and larger brain capacity than we have suspected.

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