Status: Not evaluated
As its name implies, the False Killer Whale shares some characteristics with the Orca (killer whale). Like the orca, the False Killer Whale hunts and eats other cetaceans but actually that’s where their similarities end.
If you want to spot a False Killer Whale in the wild, look for a creature of about 20 feet in length with a long, slender body that ends in an elongated tapered head. The body is black with a gray throat and neck.
So I don’t know, I suppose being best friends with a False Killer Whale would be nice (I could try falling into its tank at the Seaworld in Orlando, Fl but I don’t know how well that would go) but I’d still prefer to have a special relationship with a Killer Whale.
Why go for second best right?