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Killer whales

Alisa Schulman-Janiger, left, photographer Peggy Stap and Nancy Black watch the water for attacks in Monterey Bay, where a killer whale, top photo, flips a Pacific white-sided dolphin. (Ken Hively / LAT)
A killer whales flips a Pacific white-sided dolphin during an attack off the Monterey Penninsula. (Peggy Stap)
A whale watching boat looking for Killer whales as they enter Monterey Canyon. (Ken Hively / LAT)
Killer whales circle a gray whale mother and calf during an attack off the Monterey Penninsula. (Nancy Black)
A male killer whale, known as CA 52, cruises the waters in search of food. ()
A sea otter in Monterey Bay. (Ken Hively / LAT)
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