Orca || CollectA


Introducing the majestic Orca Figurine by CollectA, a true to life representation of one of the ocean's most iconic apex predators. Crafted with exquisite attention to detail, this lifelike figurine captures the power and grace of the orca, also known as the killer whale, with unparalleled accuracy.

Made from high-quality, durable materials, this figurine is built to withstand the test of time, making it perfect for both play and display. From its sleek, black-and-white markings to its unmistakable dorsal fin and powerful tail, every aspect of this figurine reflects the sheer magnificence of these magnificent creatures.

Whether displayed as a striking center piece or used to inspire imaginative underwater adventures, the CollectA Orca Figurine is sure to captivate the hearts and minds of marine enthusiasts of all ages. Dive into the wonders of the ocean and bring home the magic of the orca with this stunning piece from CollectA.


  • CollectA Orca 
  • Size : 2.5 x 11.5 x 8cm
  • Suitable for ages 3+.
  • Made from PVC,
  • Painted with non-toxic acrylic paints.

Fun Facts about Orcas:

1. **Top Predator:** Orcas are apex predators, meaning they are at the top of the marine food chain. They have no natural predators and are known to prey on a wide variety of marine animals, including fish, seals, sea lions, and even other whales.

2. **Social Structure:** Orcas live in highly cohesive and complex social groups called pods. These pods can consist of up to 40 individuals and are typically led by a matriarch, usually the oldest female.

3. **Diverse Diet:** Orcas have one of the most varied diets of all marine mammals. Different populations of orcas have specialized diets, ranging from fish-eating to mammal-eating (including other marine mammals like seals and dolphins) and even some populations that primarily consume sharks.

4. **Distinctive Appearance:** Orcas have a striking appearance with their distinctive black and white coloration. They have a large dorsal fin on their back, which can reach up to 6 feet in height in males, making it the tallest dorsal fin of any marine mammal.

5. **Echolocation:** Like other cetaceans, orcas use echolocation to navigate and locate prey. They emit clicks and listen for the echoes to determine the location, size, and shape of objects in their environment.

6. **Cultural Diversity:** Different populations of orcas around the world exhibit unique cultural behaviors, including vocal dialects, hunting techniques, and social customs. These cultural differences are passed down from generation to generation within each pod.

7. **Longevity:** Orcas are one of the longest-lived marine mammals, with females typically living up to 50-60 years and males up to 30-40 years. In some cases, they may even live longer in the wild.

8. **Global Distribution:** Orcas are found in oceans worldwide, from the polar regions to the tropics. They inhabit both coastal and offshore waters, as well as some semi-enclosed seas and estuaries.

9. **Keystone Species:** Orcas play a crucial role in maintaining the health of marine ecosystems as top predators. Their presence helps to regulate the populations of prey species, contributing to the overall balance of marine food webs.

10. **Captive Orcas:** While orcas are magnificent creatures to observe in the wild, they have faced controversy and criticism regarding their captivity in marine parks and aquariums. The documentary "Blackfish" shed light on the ethical concerns surrounding captive orcas and their welfare.