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Kuva Paul Nicklen: Olen ollut onnekas on ollut monia orcas uida kymmenen jalkaa minulle sukeltaessa tai snorklaus mutta en ole koskaan ollut valtava mies uimaan kahden jalkaa minua. Olen imi vatsassani, vedin kotelo ruumiiseeni, ja nostin evät niin mikään ei kosketa tämän valtavan mies kuin hän tuli tiivistä tarkastusta. En sokeasti napsahti pois pari laukausta minun ultralaajakulmainen 16mm objektiivi, mutta en koskaan katsonut etsimen läpi niin en koskaan halunnut jäädä toisen. Hän ui o...

Photo by Paul Nicklen: “I have been fortunate to have had many orcas swim to within ten feet of me while diving or snorkeling but I have never had a huge male swim within two feet of me.

Hudson Bay Killer Whale

Hudson Bay Killer Whale

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““I think the most amazing fact I learned was that they have a part of the brain that we don’t have—a part that we can’t even identify.”—Gabriela Cowperthwaite, Director of Blackfish ”

T36B and her 2013 calf T36B2 @ 23rd of December.

2013 calf with her mother 😻

In memory of Ruffles J1 by Ciorano.deviantart.com on @deviantART

My new art featuring one of my favorite wild orcas - southern resident Ruffles He has been missing since November The icon of all souther. In memory of Ruffles

Grach and Galkin - Brothers  - via RussianOrcas.

Grach and Galkin - Brothers - via RussianOrcas.

Following Dawn’s tragic death, Tilikum was kept in tiny enclosures that limited his ability to swim, communicate with other orcas, and interact with humans even further. He was reported to have been floating listlessly in the water for hours at a time, a behavior never seen in wild orcas.

Tilikum's Life Story Will Bring You to Tears

Groundbreaking Legal Case to Argue SeaWorld's Orcas' Right to Freedom Under the Amendment - Notice the tiny pen circled in red. HOW SAD!

Kin-directed food sharing promotes lifetime natal philopatry of both sexes in a population of fish-eating killer whales, Orcinus orca

Kin-directed food sharing promotes lifetime natal philopatry of both sexes in a population of fish-eating killer whales, Orcinus orca

Center of Family Circle. #orcas photo by marco schulenburg

Center of Family Circle.

From the monarch butterfly to topi antelopes to pilot whales, from snow leopards to kingfishers to oysters and rainbow trout, the eight-volume Discovering Animals series features 40 animals per volume. Packed with colour photographs, illustrations and fascinating facts, each volume is grouped by habitat, from walruses and wolves in the polar and mountain volume, to deer, squirrels and birds in the woodlands volume.

From the monarch butterfly to topi antelopes to pilot whales, from snow leopards to kingfishers to oysters and rainbow trout, the eight-volume Discovering Animals series features 40 animals per volume. Packed with colour photographs, illustrations and fascinating facts, each volume is grouped by habitat, from walruses and wolves in the polar and mountain volume, to deer, squirrels and birds in the woodlands volume.

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