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How Whales Eat Sharks

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To prey upon the shark, the Orca has learned how to immobilize it by turning it on its back -- a state called 'tonic immobility.'

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A Night of Exploration: How Whales Eat Sharks

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To prey upon the shark, the Orca has learned how to immobilize it by turning it on its back -- a state called 'tonic immobility.'

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