Did you know that orcas have their own unique cultures? Some are transient (often following the migration of their prey), and others are resident (meaning they found a good spot to chill with tons of chow and they are hanging out). Different pods of orcas from different parts of the ocean are likely to have entirely different dialects determining how they communicate with one another. There isn’t an orca lingua franca. In fact, two orcas from different parts of the ocean trying to communicate would be akin to a native greek speaker trying to communicate with a native mandarin speaker. They would have no clue as to what the other had to say, save for physical expression. Cool, huh?