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These Creatures Look Like Killer Whales, Reality Will Surprise You!

These Creatures Look Like Killer Whales, Reality Will Surprise You!
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There are millions of species of plants and animals that haven't been discovered yet.
Generally, people are unable to characterize even the existing species.This animal that may look like a killer whale at the first glance will surely surprise you.
Looks may be deceiving! 

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This strange creature is found in the Antarctic and Sub Antarctic water bodies.

This strange creature is found in the Antarctic and Sub Antarctic water bodies.

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It was discovered by Jean René Constant Quoy and Joseph Paul Gaimard in 1824.

It was discovered by Jean René Constant Quoy and Joseph Paul Gaimard in 1824.
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They are named as hourglass dolphins due to their shape.

They are named as hourglass dolphins due to their shape.
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Only 6 of them had been studied by scientists till now.

It's also known as "sea cow" due to its black and white stripes.

It’s also known as “sea cow” due to its black and white stripes.
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They are generally found in groups of 5-10.

They are generally found in groups of 5-10.
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It's not surprising to find them in a large group of 60 species.

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Hourglass dolphins are 6 feet in length.

Hourglass dolphins are 6 feet in length.
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Males are smaller than females. The dolphins love to prey upon squids.

Fortunately, this rare creature is not facing any threat of extinction.

Fortunately, this rare creature is not facing any threat of extinction.
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There are nearly 140,000 species of hourglass dolphins present in the waterways of New Zealand, South America and Antarctica.

Enjoy the video of Hourglass dolphins in action.

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