passion4killerwhales:

alaskan-orca:

Orca Whale by Dale Moore Photography on Flickr.
Check out those pecs! There’s an interesting theory I heard awhile back about the big pectoral flippers of male orcas—apparently they’re very good for swimming underneath females and cradling them during the process of mating.

Dayyyuumm.
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offthe-beatenpath:

Can I add kayaking with whales to my resume? #whaleofagoodtime #besttripEVER #orca #Blackfish Pic creds: mountain-pines
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musts:

Assorted Dolphins by fotolen
0ce4n-g0d:

Ocean Life
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anoceanactivist:

Ric O’Barry. :)
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fortheloveoforca:

Mega (L41) by Hysazu on Flickr.Mega (L41) ma boy!
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fortheloveoforca:

Mother and Baby by Hysazu on Flickr.Mother and Baby
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seaslaverysucks:

A young melon-headed whale stranded in Brazil, but after spending two days under veterinary care in a “natural pool area” (I think this means a sea pen, but I’m not sure because I translated the text), it was successfully reintroduced.
This is real rescue, rehab, release. • Photo and source: Projeto Biomade (Facebook)
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