Overwhelming drone captured images of killer sharks Orca taken by NOAA marine biologists

October 19, 2014 7:51 PM

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An intuitive initiative has been taken by various unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) by collaborating teams of marine biologists to study behavior of specie of killer whale, Orcinus orca, belonging to oceanic dolphin family. Researchers from National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration NOAA in partnership with Vancouver Aquarium used a robotic aerial to undertake this audacious task of observing conduct of the whales.

There are different species of killer whales and this group, often known as Northern Resident Killer whales are found in most of the oceans from the cold Arctic and Antarctic to warm tropical oceans surviving in every latitude and longitude. Being considered as one of the socialized group of whales,...

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