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That inquisitive orca is back at the surfing beach Uluwatu in Bali!
He was spotted about 2 weeks ago checking out the surfers; he made a reappearance again today.
Apparently he’s from a pod of orcas from Sri Lanka, and might have a harpoon stuck in his tail from a run-in with traditional whalers.
Photo by radigjuliana on Instagram
Photos from last week’s trip. Top, Cappuccino (K21) and Nigel (L95). Second Left, Rhapsody (J32). Second Right, Solstice (L89). Third, Surprise (L86), L120, Pooka (L106), and Ophelia (L27). Bottom, Surprise (L86) and L120.
Southern resident (ID?) breaching on September 7th via Ocean EcoVentures Whale Watching - Cowichan Bay.
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.
Giant orca pecs are so cool ~
Keiko in Iceland
Is there anyone who doesn’t like a flying whale?….Yeah, didn’t think so…
Great day! Simply GREAT!
Photo by Katie Jones, July 19, 2013.
Killer whale that we saw in Alaska. #CarnivalMiracle #CarnivalCruise #Alaska
Orcas in Lofoten, Norway in 2014.
how ironic is it that MSQ plays the song “only girl in the world” during lolita’s shows.
super pod (by Selena Rhodes Scofield Photography)
Forgot I had this! The big male that passed under my kayak. His dorsal fin was at least five feet tall. #killerwhale #orca
How beautiul. Fife (A60)!