Killer Whales eat all kinds of creatures, from fish to sea turtles, squid to sea birds, and even other whales. While their bite is impressive — made up of 50 coneshaped teeth — what’s most amazing is the way they hunt. Killer Whales work as a team (called a pod) to hunt larger prey. Although some pods are small, others can be made up of up to 40 Killer Whales. Now get this: they work silently. They hunt together without making any noise at all so that they can hear larger prey, like whales and sharks, in the area. It’s only after they’ve gone in for the kill that they start vocalizing to each other.