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Photo provided by Jovana Ivastanin.
Photo by Robert Lansing, provided by Jordan Waltz and Blackmoon2101.
Photos provided by Kimmy Vengeance.
Photo by Ted Griffin.
Photos provided by Tiggerlily and Holly Hickman.
Photos provided by Ashley Anderson.
Photo provided by Rachel Cali.
Photo provided by moon_tides.
Photo provided by Kim Zerbe.
Photos provided by KE Wiley.
Photo provided by Laurie Néron.
Photo provided by Canuck Kcunac.
Namu’s lifeless body
Photo provided by Tara Byrne.
Photo provided by Rebecca Partridge.
Photos from the book “Namu – Quest For The Killer Whale” by Ted Griffin.
Namu’s move to Seattle
Photo provided by Hyena2_18.
Photos provided by Blackmoon2101.
Namu caught in the net with his family closeby
Photos provided by OrcaArtist.
Photos provided by Valérie Meyer.
Photos provided by Orcaholic2001.
Photo provided by Ro-hee.
Photos provided by Jen Richards.
Photos by Pat Hathaway.
Photo provided by Elizabeth Batt.
Photo provided by Jordan Waltz.
Shamu and Namu
Shamu and Namu
Photos provided by HaH.
Photos provided by Sara Farrell.
Namu – April 1, 1966
Photo by The Bermerton Sun/Kitsap Sun (provided by anonymous)
More pictures of Namu can be found on Flip Schulke’s website.