The Last of the Scottish Orca’s

More news on the Orca front. Please help by supporting the organisations listed. ❤

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                                Orca with the Isle of Eigg in the background and the peaks of Rum in the distance.                                                        Click photo for source – Wilderness Scotland

It’s been an emotional journey following the lives of Tahlequah, her calf, and her pod in their heartfelt grief ritual. Killer whales are one of the most widely distributed species, although many of the individual pods are severely threatened. The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) is a nonprofit group which maintains the ‘Red List”  a global list of endangered and threatened wildlife. While they haven’t put killer whales on the list many individual pods of orca are facing…

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