At a first quick glance this might appear to be a “deformed orca” with two dorsal fins, but no it is only a calf and mother. Orcas travel in small groups or pods that are known by the identity of the oldest female in the pod. The pod structure for the orca is a matriarchy. This is a social organizational form in which the mother or oldest female heads the family or in this case the pod. The male orca stays with their mother all their life and breed outside the pod.