In What Ocean Zone Do Killer Whales Live?
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Orcas, or killer whales, are most commonly found in coastal waters less than 200 meters deep. The top 200 meters of ocean are known as the epipelagic, or sunlight, zone because the sun's light is able to penetrate into this zone.
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