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Anticap⚔ fighting for freedom. Don't go to SeaWorld

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RepostBy @slatermoorephotography: "Well I might have missed the eclipse do to the marine layer this morning, but I did see Lonesome George a solitary Transient male Killer Whale. @discoverywhalewatch" 
So beautiful
Today, August 21, marks 28 years since Kandu V passed away. Rest In Peace

A group of 6 Orcas were captured in Ingólfshöfði, Iceland on October 12, 1977; four females and two males. It is possible that they were transferred to the Hafnarfjordur Aquarium for a short time before being sent to Dolphinarium Harderwijk. Here, their health was assessed, genders were determined, and all 6 received names.
Soon enough, a female named Kandu V was purchased by SeaWorld San Diego. It is likely that she spent some time in the “petting pool” along with some other young Orcas shortly after transfer.  However, when her training was over, she eventually began performing in the main pool where she was joined by a female named Kenau* and a male named Winston*.
Kandu V was described as a good performer, but showed signs of aggression towards her trainers many times.
On two separate occasions in 1983, Kandu V took a trainer in her mouth and momentarily refused to let go, as well as relentlessly pushed trainers from one end of the tank to the other with another female named Kenau. On February 23, 1984, she took trainer Joanne Hay in her mouth and pinned her against a wall during a performance.
On March 4, 1987, Kandu V and Kenau were the whales identified after the attack on trainer Jonathan Smith, leaving him with cuts around his torso, a ruptured kidney, as well as a 6-inch laceration of his liver.
The last reported incident with Kandu V was on June 15, 1987 when she landed on top of trainer Joanne Webber and pushed her to the bottom of the pool during a training session; Webber suffered a fractured neck.
When she reached sexual maturity, she mated with Winston and became pregnant with her first calf in 1984. However, she gave birth to a stillborn calf on January 31, 1986.
In 1987, SeaWorld purchased two new whales.
Caption @endtheslavery 
Video via @killer__whales_ (From news) #freethewhales #killerwhale #freeorcaa#blackfish
RepostBy @discoverocean: "This feeding technique called the "strand feed,” is a unique hunting behavior in which the dolphins work together in small groups to herd fish towards the shore. They then use a powerful wave to push the fish onto the shore while purposely beaching themselves in order to grab the fish. 😮🐬 Impressed? We sure are. 🙌
#DiscoverOcean
#dolphin #genius #marinelife #savethesea 🌊
Via @naturee"
RepostBy @discoverocean: "Dolphins and humans have an amazing relationship, and this captures it perfectly.. ❤️🐬 @theocean
Via Power of Positivity FB.
#DiscoverOcean"
european master in fireworks

And Denmark master from 3 years ago

So beautiful night 
From 2017 (Friday and yesterday)

In Denmark (Silkeborg)
RepostBy @thedodo: "When this tiny humpback whale got stranded on a beach, his rescuers knew just what to do. 🐋👏 #whales #animalrescue #rescue"
RepostBy @maestro320: ""Saving A Mother Part 2/3" ( Please go to my homepage for parts 1 and 3 )
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🔊🔊🔊 Cole Harrison and Vaeamuni Kama make initial attempts to cut the heavy fishing gear. But the mother, clearly frightened and in distress evades their every approach. These heartbreaking images show both her pectoral fins bound to her midsection. With limited mobility, her courage and determination keeps her abreast with her little one. If you turn up the volume, you will hear her clearly in distress as her calf tags along next to her. 💔😔 @maestro320
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Excerpts from " The Day We Saved A Humpback Whale " filmed in The Kingdom of Tonga courtesy of Cole Harrison, Vaeamuni Kama and Chris Mendola on board Blue Water Explore skippered by Eliesa Kitekeiaho and owned by Robert Torelli.
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Final Day Rescue images courtesy of Will Hafu and Kate Woodward on board Whale Swim & Dive Tours skippered by Capt. Tevita with Swim Guide Tim Day.
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This is the impact our carelessness and wanton disregard for the other earthlings we share this planet with. If not for the efforts of the gallant members of both Dive Tours, this mother would have been tormented and unable to defend her calf from predators in the open seas. It would have meant certain death for both mother and calf. - Vince Maestro @maestro320
RepostBy @maestro320: ""Saving A Mother Part 3/3" ( Please go to my homepage for parts 1 and 2 )
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🔊🔊🔊 Finally, the mother is freed from the heavy fishing gear thanks to Will Hafu and Kate Woodward. Assessment show the mother did not sustain severe injuries and will fully recover to continue her journey with her calf. 🙌👍👍👌 🐳🌊💙 @maestro320
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Excerpts from " The Day We Saved A Humpback Whale " filmed in The Kingdom of Tonga courtesy of Cole Harrison, Vaeamuni Kama and Chris Mendola on board Blue Water Explore skippered by Eliesa Kitekeiaho and owned by Robert Torelli.
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Final Day Rescue images courtesy of Will Hafu and Kate Woodward on board Whale Swim & Dive Tours skippered by Capt. Tevita with Swim Guide Tim Day.
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This is the impact our carelessness and wanton disregard for the other earthlings we share this planet with. If not for the efforts of the gallant members of both Dive Tours, this mother would have been tormented and unable to defend her calf from predators in the open seas. It would have meant certain death for both mother and calf. - Vince Maestro @maestro320" 
Amazing job
RepostBy @offshoreorca: "This morning we got the news that there were orcas inbound in Queen Charlotte Strait! The G3s, I15s, A23s and possibly others were spread out foraging in small groups. We ate our lunch just stopped out in the middle of calm waters when some of the G3s headed directly for our area! What a treat to hear them vocalizing as they passed by us. One member (I think G104), decided to do a series of bellyflops in front of the boat. What a phenomenal day! #breach #whale #whales #britishcolumbia #orca #orcas #killerwhale #killerwhales #blackfish #blackandwhite #vitaminsea #pnw #pnwonderland #westcoast #sea #ocean #beautifulbc #getoutside #explore #adventure #photography #photooftheday #picoftheday #pictureoftheday #instagood #instadaily #nothingbetterthanthesea #beautiful #naturephotography #wildlifephotography"
"45-year-old, K-13 "Skagit" has gone missing and is presumed dead. This brings the Southern Residents down to 77 orcas among the three pods.
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Photo: Center For Whale Research
Via @cetacean.inspiration 
#animalrights #anticap #blackfish #beneaththesurface #boycottseaworld #captivitykills #deathatseaworld #dontbuyaticket #emptythetanks #keiko #killerwhales #loroparque #marineland #marinelandantibess #marinelandcanada #oneocean #orcas #procap #seaworld #seaworldcares #shamu #thanksbutnotanks #thecove #tilikum #nofishnoblackfish #conservation"
RepostBy @cetacean.videographer: "J-16 "Slick" with her family along with J-27 "Blackberry" #southernresidentkillerwhales #transients #biggs #srkw #breachthedams #chinook #chinooksalmon #breachthedams #snakeriverdams #nofishnoblackfish #whalewatching #limekilnlighthouse #Pacific #Pacificnorthwest#mayaslegacy #mayaslegacywhalewatching #westside #sanjuan #sanjuanisland #minkes #humbacks #centerofwhaleresearch #CWR #saynotocaptivity #seapensforseaworld #seapensforlolita #dontbuyaticket" 
Goodnight everyone
RepostBy @_wolfmoon__: "
Rest in Peace strong girl
😢😢😢😢 #ripkasatka #kasatka  #againstcaptivity #dontgotoseaworld"