Even more astounding is that no killer whale has ever killed a human being in the wild.
When she wore a black-and-white striped dress, the Internet cruelly compared her to a killer whale.
On February 24, 2010, Dawn Brancheau, a top SeaWorld trainer was killed by Tilikum, a 12,000 pound killer whale.
It is through this story that the Daqlawe clan have the killer whale crest.
The killer whale was often used as a family emblem or crest and as a source from which personal names were derived.
Nearby was a great dark blur which he recognized as the killer whale that had struck him down.
When they reached the shore, there was not the Skana, the killer whale, but a man cooking some food.
The lower part was carved with a killer whale, and the human being stood upon the whale.
Then a killer whale kept near the canoe and the young men threw stones at it.
The killer whale which always swims ahead is the red killer whale, called the “killer whale spear” because it is long and slender.