The largest dolphin in the world is the killer whale or Orca. Despite their name, Killer whales are actually classified as dolphins. Males typically range between 20-26 feet (6-8 metres) and females are usually 16-23 feet (5-7 metres), The largest Killer Whale ever recorded was 32 feet (9.8 metres) long. Killer whales are also one of the fastest marine animals and can reach speeds of over 30 knots (56 kilometres) per hour.
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