3 Years After This White Killer Whale Vanished, A Scientist Made An Incredibly Rare Sighting

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    When the cream-colored fin was first seen breaking the ocean waves in 2012, the research scientist could not credit it. Could that really be an adult white killer whale, contrasting vividly with the blue water off the coast of Russia? No-one had ever spotted a mature specimen with that idiosyncratic coloring before. It was a wonderful moment to witness, but three years on from the sighting and the eager academic had not set eyes on the fantastical creature since.

    Chasing the great white whale has been a metaphor for obsessive ambition ever since Herman Melville published Moby-Dick in 1851. But for some it is a very literal rather than literary pursuit, as with 67-year-old whale expert Erich Hoyt. However, whereas the creature who starred in Moby-Dick was a sperm whale, the Akron, Ohio, scientific researcher and conservationist’s main interest is the orca – or killer whale.
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    Hoyt is actually the co-founder of the Far East Russia Orca Project, which studies the Orcinus orca species in the oceans around the largest nation on Earth. Until the project’s initial mission in 1999, Russia’s orcas were largely overlooked by the global scientific community. However, thanks to the efforts of Hoyt’s initiative, humanity now has a better understanding of the great killer.

    And it was during his work with the Far East Russia Orca Project in 2010, that Hoyt spotted something super rare – a male white whale. Orcas usually boast a striking black-and-white color scheme. So it is no surprise that a pure-white specimen made the scientist sit up and pay attention.


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  • Jorge Delgado

     (Aug 3, 2018)

    Delete this before SeaWorld sees !!

  • Alvin Gilmore

     (8 hours ago)

    Player

  • Yellow Pearl swag

     (2 days ago)

    Jorge Delgado omg..... stop overreacting seaworld doesn’t capture orcas from the wild anymore

  • ClaySushii

     (Aug 16, 2018)

    HIDE FROM SEALAND/SEAWORLD!!!!!!!!!!!

  • The Jim Reaper™

     (6 days ago)

    What the fuck is SEALAND??? I mean it doesn't even make sense as a word Sea/Land Did someone try to copy other peoples highly liked comments but forgot the word WORLD???

  • an0nym0us

     (Feb 3, 2019)

    Oh yeah yeah

  • Bunny Fluffball

     (Aug 10, 2018)

    It’s dorsal fin is *SO* Long!

  • The SN

     (2 days ago)

    Ha... GAAAYYY!

  • Tetris Squad

     (Feb 19, 2019)

    +mary logan 😂😂😂

  • Savv Idge

     (Jan 4, 2019)

    Can we all just protect the oceans and the creatures who call it home....

  • Kostas Dimopoulos

     (6 days ago)

    No becouse we are humans,the worst animal on the planet

  • Ginny Frisch

     (Feb 8, 2019)

    Yes

  • Michigan fan

     (Jul 29, 2018)

    Hide it from sea world

  • x I Wolfy x

     (Feb 16, 2019)

    +IYeet dog lmao

  • IYeet dog

     (Feb 16, 2019)

    Too late, they’re already moving on to capturing overweight feminists

  • •constellations•

     (Jan 2, 2019)

    **seaworld has entered the chat**

  • Blue Moon

     (Feb 16, 2019)

    No!You must leave!

  • This Kookie For Dessert

     (Feb 5, 2019)

    Leave seaworld!

  • UmbreonErick

     (Dec 30, 2018)

    Hmm never seen a *White Kyogre* Before!

  • moltres234

     (1 day ago)

    Gotta catch em all. Lol it was there

  • this comment might be stupid but

     (4 days ago)

    +Daniel Friend r/wooosh

  • Viktor Vincent

     (Aug 26, 2018)

    It's amazing how killer whales hunt almost anything with such great skill yet if they come across a human in the water they just say hello & keep on going , they never seem to attack people in the wild , also impressive to watch when they follow behind our boats etc. Brilliant creature !!

  • Nader Mohammad

     (Feb 17, 2019)

    Smart enough to know their place

  • StarShadow

     (Sep 5, 2018)

    +KupKakes they don't attack humans though. Transients hunt other marine mammals.

  • Marshmallo Fan 2328385

     (Nov 13, 2018)

    Don’t even try to capture him sea world! More like sea prison for orcas! 🤬👿👿👿

  • Bertram Andersen

     (Feb 10, 2019)

    got imm, xD

  • Meg Thomas Main!

     (Jan 24, 2019)

    Honestly the only thing that is bad is the orcas and the dolphins I love everything else there

  • J. S.

     (Jul 27, 2018)

    His color didn't affect his social standing among the others? Humans could learn a thing or two from animals sometimes.

  • Dan The Man

     (Mar 11, 2019)

    +Jennifer Aylicia judge? animals are dumb compared to humans, in my experience at least animals dont have the odd fetish of bashing their own species to virtue signal

  • Dan The Man

     (Mar 11, 2019)

    did you just inject race into this? for one, thats not a different race of orca, but there are for humans and second who said it was bad to have a race preference? especially an ingroup one? where is this contract of the world that says humans should race mix?