Usually killer whales kill blue whales.
yes, killer whales, also known as orcas, will attack large whales in there pod (wich is a group of killer whales)it is even known that killer whales have attacked great white sharks.
blue whales like to not be desturbed by whalers and love to swim around in the deep blue sea but not around killer whales besause killer whales eat blue whales!
The calves of blue whales are hunted by killer whales.
the predators are killer whales
No, they are certainly not. Blue whales and killer whales both belong to the same order: Cetacea, the order of the whales. Though that's where the liking stops. Because Killer whales belong to the suborder Odontoceti (toothed whales) and Blue whales belong to the suborder Mysticeti (baleen whales).
No, Blue Whales are the biggest living creature in the world.
A pod of killer whales. sharks
yes they can but it depends wich whale is female No, killer whales and blue whales differ in size greatly, also, Killer whales (Orcas) are actually Dolphins.
Blue Whales, Beluga Whales, Killer Whales, Sperm Whales, and Narwhals.
killer whales eat fish where as blue whales eat mostly krill.
For food. The Killer Whale is the only known whale to kill the blue whale.
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A Blue Whales predators are Killer Whales because when a Blue Whales gives birth, the baby Blue Whale is weak so then the Killer Whales takes it advantages and takes the baby Blue Whale away from the mother and drowns it by bringing it down really deep in the sea, then eats it.
Killer whales eat the tongues of blue whales and leave the rest of the body to drown to death without the tongue.
Yes, the killer whale
Belugas, blue whales, humpback whales....most of them, in fact.
Killer Whales,humpback whales,sperm Whales And I Think Blue Whales Too.
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Blue & Killer are 2.
Blue whales only preditor [other then humen] is a killer whale hope it helps
the blue whale doesn't have no predators unless a group of killer whales attack it