A young orca delighted a Vancouver whale-watching tour by putting on a show, entertainmening the crowd with a series of belly flops.
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The buck was heading straight toward four orcas.
Researchers say the animal was about two months old.
Keep your distance and call the DFO if you see this whale.
New live cams bring you into the incredible world of orcas.
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The new calf is the fifth baby since December to be born to the endangered population of killer whales that spend time in B.C waters.
B.C.'s southern resident orca population has welcomed a new addition!
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.
The video was shot from a kayak near Hornby Island, B.C.
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There are now 80 southern resident orcas in the waters of B.C. and Washington state.
The birth brings the population of the endangered orcas to 79 in the waters of B.C. and Washington state.
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