cetaceaninspiration
cetaceaninspiration:

makaiooo:

cute-whales:

fightingforwhales:

benrosenzweig:

Baby Orca February, 2014

….what

I SAW THIS in the ORCA TAG
AND I WONDERED THE SAME THING AND I THEN LAUGHED HARD REALIZING IT WAS A BUTT
AND I WAS GONNA REBLOG IT
but i was like no i am wAY TOO PROFESSIONAL BUT HERE IS THE BUTT

I swear to god I thought it was a double headed orca or something but then I zoomed in and omg

omg 

cetaceaninspiration:

makaiooo:

cute-whales:

fightingforwhales:

benrosenzweig:

Baby Orca
February, 2014

….what

I SAW THIS in the ORCA TAG

AND I WONDERED THE SAME THING AND I THEN LAUGHED HARD REALIZING IT WAS A BUTT

AND I WAS GONNA REBLOG IT

but i was like no i am wAY TOO PROFESSIONAL BUT HERE IS THE BUTT

I swear to god I thought it was a double headed orca or something but then I zoomed in and omg

omg 

Anonymous asked:

Regarding the thing you posted about the Vancouver aquarium, I live in Vancouver and I can back up that they are an excellent facility. My interest in whales started from going on a whale watching trip with them in which the guides actually talked about how captivity is harmful and all the dangers of it. I think it's a shame to have the belugas there in such a small tank but they do a lot for educating the public as well as relying heavily on their fish exhibits with less emphasis on cetaceans

Yeah Vancouver Aquarium is probably the only facility that holds cetaceans that I have some respect for because of all the good work they do with conservation and rescues, etc. and they’re actually pretty educational. However I’m still not happy with their past of trying to keep narwhals in captivity, keeping the belugas in a small tank, and possible rumors of them wanting to expand to accommodate more cetaceans. But yes, they’re a more respectable facility in my eyes.

freedomforwhales

betheirvoiceseathechange:

likeeee compare wild orcas swimming in straight lines in family groups, hunting gosh it’s just spectacular to bobbing at the surface and floating without moving an inch for an hour or swimming in a circle over and over and surfacing at the same exact spot day in and day out and then resting their chins on a slab of concrete while dead fish are tossed in their mouths like its a trash can lol there’s such a dramatic difference