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Astonishing pictures show how a Devon kayaker got up close and personal with a humpback whale feeding frenzy

Humpback #whale fin

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Community Post: 15 Terrifying Creatures From The Ocean

Orca, aka Killer Whale (Orcinus orca). Range includes the coast of Connecticut.

Orcas. Killer whales. Captivity kills. Boycott marine parks. Get the facts and protect our majestic oceans & sea life! #EmptyTheTanks #BoycottSeaWorld

Discover more about #dolphins clicking in this interactive #graphic. When one of Earth’s smartest creatures vocalizes, it fuels a heated debate among scientists: Are dolphins actually speaking a complex language?

"Hey, look at me!" Orca showing off where a ship stopped in Norway to watch killer whales in their natural environment... <3

One Green Planetfrom One Green Planet

What Taking Orcas From the Ocean for Captivity Does to Wild Pods

What Taking Orca Whales From the Wild for Captivity Does to Wild Pods

Why would you want to support the imprisonment of Orcas and deny them such a beautiful environment? Please stop this barbaric and senseless practice.

Lime Kiln Point is a 36-acre day-use park set on the west side of San Juan Island. The park is considered one of the best places in the world to view whales from a land-based facility. Orca whales are common in the waters off Lime Kiln. The park, which features a richly diverse environment, includes the remnants and landscapes of a history filled with change, along the rocky shoreline and through the wooded uplands. Situated on a rocky point, this park is a popular whale-watching location.

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Save The Orcas: Anti-Captivity Platinum

Boycott SeaWorld. Orca abuse. Animal rights. Watch Blackfish🙀👏👏

Ace Hardware stores near the endangered Southern Resident killer whales' home are using a new label to show what products won't hurt the marine environment.

the Guardianfrom the Guardian

Killer whales experience menopause – just like humans

Killer whales are one of only three species able to continue living long after they have stopped reproducing. This allows mothers to spend the rest of their life looking after their offspring.