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JUNE 2 2018 – June couldn’t have started better! The first two days of the month have been Transient Killer Whales galore! Today we had the T65A’s and T49A’s joining up and in the afternoon male T77A put on a close encounter just outside of Victoria. Check out the size of the dorsal fin in the picture of T77A below! The dorsal fin actually has no bones and is made purely of cartilage, similar to our ear lobes. When fully mature males surface to breath you can often see their dorsal fin moving back and forth due to the massive size and lack of bone.

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A T77A!

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