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Orca that carried dead calf on its head for 17 days returns to pod

SBS Monday, 13 August 2018
Whale researchers in Washington State say an orca whale that captured the world's attention when she carried her dead calf on her head has returned to her pod.
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News video: Grieving Orca Whale Releases Dead Calf

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More than two weeks after the death of her baby, a grieving orca whale has released her dead calf’s body. This after carrying it around the Pacific Northwest’s waters. The Huffington Post reports that the adult female named Tahlequah, or J35 by scientists, was spotted swimming without her baby...

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