Yes. Usually nothing attacks a killer whale (although a shark might go after an unprotected calf), and once in a great while, humans will hunt them for food and/or oil. Killer whales are not the biggest toothed mammal, that is the sperm whale. Sperm whales eat fish and squid, not killer whales. Killer whales almost never attack the sperm whale.
Now, Like With The Orca Having The Incorrect Name "Killer Whale", Do Not Be Fooled With The Name And Size, PLEASE! It Is NOT A True Whale, It Is More Related To Dolphins And Porpoises. 1. Sperm Whales Are Not True Whales Because They Have True Teeth And NOT Baleen. 2. Sperm Whales Do NOT Eat Krill Or Shrimps, They Mainly Eat Squid And Fish, They Might Even Eat Sharks. 3. Sperm Whales Have A…
No. Though sperm whales are the most common type of whale that inhabits almost every ocean in the world, they are endangered because of hunting. Humans have been hunting Sperm Whales for nearly two centuries and have wiped out huge populations of this giant animal. They are hunted for their blubber and sperm oil.
well i can tell you the orca ( killer whale ) is differently dangerous it will eat anything even the tongs of blue whales and baby sperm, humpback and grey whales. the travel in groups and ambush the baby sperm whales while the mom dives down 1000 meters or more into the blackness to get food since the calf is to young and does not have the energy of endurance to dive that far.