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Photos provided by Kimmy Vengeance.
Photo provided by Laurie N¸ron.
Hyak 2 and Skana feeding gulls (left to right)
Photo provided by KE Wiley.
Vancouver Aquarium staff tend to Skana after her crash through an observation window in January 1968
Photos by Terry McLeod from the book “Orca – How We Came to Know and Love the Ocean’s Greatest Predator” by Jason M. Colby, provided by Kimmy Vengeance.
Photos provided by Rachel Cali.
Photos provided by Tiggerlily.
Photos provided by Orcaholic2001.
Photos provided by OrcaArtist.
Photos provided by Blackmoon2101.
Photos provided by Rebecca Partridge.
Photo provided by Kim Zerbe.
Photos provided by Remedy.
Hyak 2 and Skana
Photos from the book “People, Fish & Whales: The Vancouver Aquarium Story”, provided by Orcasforever.
Photo provided by Kristine and Douglas Faulkner.
Photo provided by Iva.
Photo provided by Cassie.
Photos from the book “Life in a Fishbowl” by Murray Newman.
Photo provided by Pat Hathaway.
Photos provided by Jovana Ivastanin.
Photo provided by Kimmy Vengeance and Randall Eaton Ph.D.
Photos provided by Valentin666.
Photo provided by Red Arc C.
Kilroy, Kandu, Skana and Ramu (left to right)
Photo provided by anonymous.
Photo provided by Sara Farrell.
Hyak 2 and Skana
Skana and Hyak 2 (top to bottom)
Photos provided by Kimmy Vengeance and Pugstem Publications.
Photos provided by Sara Farrell.