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5 thoughts on “Youngest orca dies; ocean research goes on

  1. Please support researchers it’s the only way we will learn more and have the evidence needed to protect our Orcas and waters

  2. UPDATE, Feb. 29

    Dave Ellifrit and Deborah Giles provide a detailed update of their encounter with J pod on Thursday. All the whales in the pod were accounted for except for the newest calf. Encounter #14, Feb. 25.

  3. Thank you for your excellent and consistent reporting on the Southern Resident Killer Whales. These whales need everyone’s help. Public education and awareness is key!

  4. Two dead calves in a little over a month is troubling and I’m not going to be apathetic and downplay the deaths with percentiles. Their lack of food is the problem, due to humans….
    Free Lolita and Morgan and all the orcas imprisoned in so called “amusement” parks AND remove dams that hinder their access to food, then you’d actually be helping to stop their extinction.

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