First All-White Killer Whale Ever Seen Filmed in Russia : TreeHugger
Researchers with the Far East Russia Orca Project (FEROP) revealed on Monday that they succeeded in filming the elusive creature in 2010, but held back on publicizing the rare find until now, as they wanted to study him further.
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