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Showing you guys what we can do!

To get the blog started off I figure’d I’d show you guys the things we can do. First off, these pictures I just picked to be in here to show that you can throw pictures in here, you can throw multiple pictures in. 249 more words


Noise Pollution May Be Harming the World’s Most Endangered Killer Whales | TakePart

A new study shows that the din from large ships matches the frequencies used by Pacific Northwest orcas to find food and communicate with one another. 51 more words


Week 4 - Blackfish Review

When I was in Girl Scouts, I stayed the night in the penguin exhibit at SeaWorld. The lights were on all night to mimic the penguins’ natural habitat. 210 more words

On Whale Documentaries and Whispered Endings

“What are you up to tonig—”


My mind points me toward strange, unnecessary fascinations at the most inopportune times.

I could be working on homework, or finishing up critiques on essays for my internship. 231 more words

Dealing With Life

SeaWorld Removing Lifting Floors From Orca Pools

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — SeaWorld officials say they are getting rid of lifting floors in the company’s killer whale pools that were installed after the death of trainer because they are no longer needed. 117 more words



In the late 90s my school held a tabletop sale in the local town hall. 12-year-old-me ran a table to raise funds for whales and dolphins and to cover the cost of my first orca adoption.  292 more words


Orion Magazine | Eva Saulitis’s Eloquent Goodbye

by Krista Langlois

Less than three weeks old, this particular revolution around the sun has already been defined by cancer. It took David Bowie first, quietly and then not. 409 more words