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Splash the orca

This orca at Sea World looks like he could use some Finagra. (Shamelesly stolen from the comic strip "Sherman's Lagoon.") I changed the title of this picture after Shouka gave me Splash's name.

Rare albino killer whale finally spotted after four years

The marine mammal, named Iceberg, had not been seen since Spring 2012. Just one in 10,000 killer whales are completely white, and researchers were alarmed by Iceberg's long absence.

Southern Resident Killer Whales

SOUTHERN RESIDENT KILLER WHALES Southern Resident Killer Whales are the most studied, to help you identify them should you care to go on a fabulous whale watching tour, here they are. The majority of photographs have been taken on these fabulous tours with the write ups being from Orca Spirit. I cannot take credit for the photographs, I put this together to show you what fabulous things you can see whilst out on a whale watching tour. You will never see long straight fins or orca…

Orca Reef

Orca Reef by Christian Riese Lassen, a wall mural from Magic Murals. Premium wall murals available in wallcoverings for interior and exterior use.

New ‘Killer Whale Trainer Talk’ tour coming to SeaWorld Orlando

A new tour that teaches guests what it takes to be a trainer and care for killer whales is coming to SeaWorld Orlando this month: Killer Whale Trainer Talk. At Shamu Stadium, Killer Whale Trainer Talk will teach guests how the trainers communicate with and care for the whales through demonstrations. Then, guests will have the chance to ask questions and hear stories from these world-class trainers who care for the animals every day. Admission to SeaWorld is required for the tour and is not…

Diana Ramirez on Twitter

“Corky was Often Racked by Kandu V, an Icelandic Orca, who Showed Her Dominance; Was Protective of Orkid #Blackfish”