Long-finned Pilot Whale * Langvinloodswalvis * Globicephala Melas

Dolphin Walvis Dolfyn
These whales are found in both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres, though they are of different subspecies.

An early theory that suggested that pods were "piloted" by a leader, which gave rise to the name "pilot whale." Males are up to 6.7 meters (22 ft) in length and weigh around 2,300 kg (5,070 lb).

The long-finned pilot whale is the second largest member of the dolphin family, behind the orca or killer whale.

The long-finned pilot whale is actually a big species of dolphin, despite its common name. Orcas and a number of other small whales are family of the dolphin species.

Long-finned pilot whales are very social. They are typically observed in groups, which can range in size from a few to gatherings of over a thousand. 20 to 150 are more typically observed. They are often seen lobtailing and spyhopping.

Long-finned pilot whales are a common species involved in mass strandings. The largest such event consisted of 1,000 whales on the Chatham Islands in 1918.
And there were still Pilot Whales that were hunted off the coast of the Faroe Islands in 2012
Faroe Islands location
And the sea turned red with blood
(*) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Long-finned_pilot_whale
(*) https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/41529-Globicephala-melas
(*) https://animalia.bio/long-finned-pilot-whale