Dolphin and Whale Watching in Gran Canaria

False killer whale (Pseudorca crassidens)

Despite being present over a wide area 
was considered an extinct species until 1861.
It can reach up to 6 metres in length and almost 2 tonnes in weight, ranking third in size in the dolphin family.
It feeds on squid and fish, and nIt is rare to find them chasing tuna.
It has large conical teeth very similar to those of killer whales.

The false killer whale is a medium-sized cetacean often confused with the short-finned pilot whale, perhaps because of its similar dark grey to black colouration, its size or because of its "angled" pectoral fin.

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