False Killer Whale are scientifically called as Pseudorca crassidens. These are really giant in size and belong to the family Delphinidae and Genus Pseudorca.
The habitat of these fishes are somewhat every major ocean where these resides in the tropical regions. These fishes are somewhat not so aggressive and are also kept in many aquariums across the world. However, their behaviour alongside several dolphin fishes is not too admirable.
The colour of the False Killer Whale is dark grey, black and slightly lighter in the underneath. The dorsal fin is in sickle-shaped and the fish has a slender body with tapered head. The dimensions of the fish can range upto 16 ft in length and weights upto 2,600 lbs.