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The largest recorded Orca

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(05-07-2023, 07:12 PM)callmejoe9 Wrote: I have submited the article. If it gets accepted, I may end up sharing some details before it gets published.

Great news! I wish you the best with your document. We will wait for more news about it.
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Update on my manuscript.

I've recently submitted my second round of revisions. So far the process is going pretty well. There's a good chance the next one will get editorial approval.
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(11-13-2023, 09:00 AM)callmejoe9 Wrote: Update on my manuscript.

I've recently submitted my second round of revisions. So far the process is going pretty well. There's a good chance the next one will get editorial approval.

What are the length, height and width of the largest male Orca skulls?
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Quote:8 m and 6350 kg, Santo Domingo, Chile, 10 July 2017
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Quote:7.9 m, Fort Bragg in Mendocino County, South Carolina, USA, April 18, 2015
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Quote:3 huge Orcas killin by whalling  1979
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Quote:8.5 m, Falkland Islands 1890 to 1939
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Quote:7.65 m and 6.6 ton
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Quote:25 feet male shot in Eastport, Maine, USA, March 1902
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Quote:Old Tom was an orca that helped whalers in their hunt for decades. It was 6.7 meters long and weighed 6 tons when it died in 15 September 1930, Twofold Bay in the State of New South Wales in Australia.
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Quote:Old Orca photos 
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Quote:Update with more photos and information about one the largest orca specimens I ever seen, 7.65 m and 6.6 ton , Hokkaido Japan, 14 Feb 2005 
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