Although you wouldn’t picture whales as the most fearsome of sea creatures, the killer whale is not the kind of predator a great white shark would want to mess with.
This story may seem a bit far fetched at first, killer whales are known to spend up to 60% of their time hunting for food, every day.
A daily diet of at least 5% of their body weight in meat is required to survive. This coupled with a max speed of 30 miles per hour can almost certainly justify the killer whale’s predisposition as one of the most vicious predators roaming our seas. Look out, great white sharks, you’re on the menu too!