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get ready! by freeezzzz

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1 hour ago with 664 notes — via orcalovingbeing, © 500px.com



ame-three → Hi, i think i remember reading one of your posts about how orca captivity has done nothing to help scientific research. Could you please link me back to that post?

Unfortunately that’s a very vague description of the post in question, and with over 11,000 posts on this blog, I’m not going to be able to find it :(

If you happen to know a little more about the content of the post, I /might/ be able to find it.

1 hour ago



did i miss something

why is everyone so upset

1 hour ago with 1 note



everyone i know (ages 16-19) are all getting pregnant or getting someone pregnant what the hell is going on

5 hours ago with 17 notes
#personal



dreams-of-whales:

Four more from today of the J14s, L22, L94, and L113. The moms were laid back but the kiddos were all energy. :)

15 hours ago with 47 notes — via dreams-of-whales



dreams-of-whales:

Cali (K34) and Mystery (L85) were traveling together today in the glass calm waters of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. 

these are like my favorite photos ever????

16 hours ago with 35 notes — via dreams-of-whales



forever waiting for uko gorter to make an updated version of his “whales of the world” poster

17 hours ago with 2 notes
#personal #uko gorter



sif and freja and eigil are the most precious harbor porpoises in existence protect them at all costs

18 hours ago with 2 notes
#personal



phocoenidae:

This video will not embed properly, but please follow the link and watch it. 

A prime example of what NOT to do when encountering a distressed (and endangered) finless porpoise.

This boat came across a small finless porpoise that was in distress, most likely having been struck by another boat. It was unlikely it would have survived anyway, but the group decided to grab it and take photos of it, stressing the poor creature out even further. Please do not grab or touch any wounded or distressed porpoises you might find. Instead, contact your local marine mammal stranding response team.

18 hours ago with 18 notes — via phocoenidae



phocoenidae:

Eigil, the only male harbor porpoise at Fjord & Baelt.

Photos by WildScope

18 hours ago with 40 notes — via phocoenidae



phocoenidae:

A demonstration of echolocation in harbor porpoises at Fjord & Baelt. Sif has two suction cups placed over her eyes and relies solely on echolocation to find the fish that the trainer is throwing into the water. 

These are the types of demonstrations held at Fjord & Baelt. Nothing flashy, it’s pure education.

I really do like this place.

18 hours ago with 11 notes — via phocoenidae



okay so based on the feedback on my little blog survey, there will be some minor changes to this blog:

19 hours ago with 5 notes
#personal



fightingforwhales:

hello friends, i have made a quick feedback survey that i would like you all to fill out so i can know how to make this blog better :)

reblogging for the later crowd

19 hours ago with 1 note — via fightingforwhales



griseus:

A friendly message by CCC-Chile

griseus:

A friendly message by CCC-Chile

20 hours ago with 66 notes — via griseus



thetardisdolphin:

freedomforwhales:

fightingforwhales:

I’m crap at IDing the LP orcas so I have no clue who this is but…why do they look so deformed? Is it just because they’re hauling up on the slide out? 

Isn’t this Adan?

I think who ever is is is very user weight. I’m no expert but just the way you can see a clear bulge where the body is crumpling under their weight. Maybe morgen though, just looking at the front of the lower jaw?

I do know for a fact it’s not Morgan; I can ID her no problem. I thought maybe Adan too since the size of the pecs?

thetardisdolphin:

freedomforwhales:

fightingforwhales:

I’m crap at IDing the LP orcas so I have no clue who this is but…why do they look so deformed? Is it just because they’re hauling up on the slide out?

Isn’t this Adan?

I think who ever is is is very user weight. I’m no expert but just the way you can see a clear bulge where the body is crumpling under their weight. Maybe morgen though, just looking at the front of the lower jaw?

I do know for a fact it’s not Morgan; I can ID her no problem.

I thought maybe Adan too since the size of the pecs?

20 hours ago with 21 notes — via thetardisdolphin, © fightingforwhales