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Love Killer Whales

Orca whale coverage I had in some of the biggest newspapers around the world. It started in the UK and went all the way down to Australia.

Killer Whale (Orcinus orca) by Crappy Wildlife Photography, via Flickr

orcas frente a Antofagasta by isitram, via Flickr

Please DON'T go to sea world to see Orcas. sea world abuses them really relaly bad and they have horrible lives. watch Black Fish on DVD. you'll see what I mean.

  • Nikki Anderson

    I just watched Blackfish on Netflix. Truly heart breaking.

  • Tina Aldrich

    Wasn't that so sad?! I am still haunted by it and I saw it months ago. Those poor animals. :(

  • Brooke Liz

    I own blackfish and I watch it all the time and I am goofy to make sure that sea world goes down

  • Tina Aldrich

    I follow a bunch of people on twitter that are dedicated to that. And I tweet about the abuses sea world does to those beautiful animals. I want to see ALL the sea world parks totally shut down.

whale tales.

Orcas. We have a "superpod" of orcas swimming around the San Juan Islands, north of Seattle-this scenery looks about right....

“There is a light in this world, a healing spirit more powerful than any darkness we may encounter. We sometimes lose sight of this force when there is suffering, too much pain. Then suddenly, the spirit will emerge through the lives of the ordinary who hear a call and answer in extraordinary ways.”

The Killer Whale (Orca) is unlisted by the ICUN, due to insufficient data; however, the "southern resident" population of orcas that lives off the coast of British Columbia and Washington State was listed as an Endangered Species in the U.S. Orcas are threatened by habitat loss, pollution, capture for marine mammal parks, and conflict with human fisheries.