Lifeforce Foundation/Peter Hamilton
Dave Ellifrit/Center for Whale Research/Facebook
Natural selection, amirite?
Researchers say the animal was about two months old.
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Keep your distance and call the DFO if you see this whale.
B.C.'s southern resident orca population has welcomed a new addition!
"This is the REAL SeaWorld."
Nothing to see here, folks.
Ain't no party like an orca party, 'cause an orca party don't stop!
"The best possible outcome."
A fourth baby has been born to an endangered population of killer whales found off the B.C. coast.
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