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I love killer whales

Wooohooohooo killer whale

'Blackfish' reminded the world that killer whales in captivity can become aggressive and turn against their human captors. Has anything changed in how we treat these intelligent mammals?

KILLER WHALES (Orcinus orca) - Birth & Care of Young

The killer whale or orca (Orcinus orca) is a toothed whale belonging to the oceanic dolphin family, of which it is the largest member. Killer whales are found in all oceans, from Arctic and Antarctic regions to tropical seas.

SeaWorld trainer, Liz, killer whale surfing.  SeaWorld San Diego

Oh, I also want to swim with whales :) SeaWorld San Diego

Vancouver Aquarium has helped lead the longest running killer whale research study in the world. www.vanaqua.org

Little is known about the distinct populations of killer whales in the Pacific Ocean: the Vancouver Aquarium is changing this through collaborative research.

Keiko living free!

bathe-the-whales: “ “ adviceforvegans: “ Before & after- Keiko: Star of Free Willy Despite the controversy surrounding Keiko’s rehabilitation and release, no one can deny what these.

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Orca whale travelling at high speed with a whale watching excursion of Vancouver Island, British Columbia

Seaworld Orlando Orcas! The largest orca Seaworld has, this is Tilikum! He was estimated to be 36 years old.  Older than some males in his original Pod. He was one of the easiest orcas to identify at SeaWorld Orlando, and was normally with Trua. He passed away January 6th. R.I.P

Killer whale 'Tilikum' appears during a performance in his show 'Believe' at Sea World in Orlando, Florida. Tilikum has been involved in the deaths of three people during his time in captivity since 1991


Orcas in the wild, where they live . as opposed to some shit aquarium.

www.pegasebuzz.com | Orca pod

Instagram Post by Shuli (@coolpixnyc)

Orca macho

thelonelywhale: “keikoisbetterthanyou: “ “A large male orca passes close by in the fiords of Norway” Photo by Paul Nicklen (x) ” I love the little “hook” around the eye that Norwegian orcas have in.