Disclaimer: These photos do not belong to the owner of this website but were kindly submitted by photographers. Some photos may be PR images produced by marine parks and aquariums. In all cases appropriate credit is given. Photos with multiple whales include identification which is listed from left to right (according to eye patch) unless stated otherwise.

You may repost these photos as long as you credit the photographer and refer back to this website.

Please contact me at inherentlywild@gmail.com if you wish to add to this gallery. 

Photos by Boy’s Life, from “Orca: My Favorite Whale:” (provided by anonymous).

Yaka and Vigga

Yaka and Nepo
Photos provided by Sara Farrell.

Photo provided by Bas Wassink.

Photo provided by Pat Hathaway.

Photo provided by KE Wiley.

Photos provided by Emilie Giguère.

Vigga and Yaka (front to back)

Yaka and Vigga (front to back)
Photos provided by Rachel Cali and Tiggerlily.

Photo by Jim Sugar/CORBIS, provided by Rachel Cali, Tiggerlily and Ro-hee.

Yaka and Nepo

Yaka and Nepo
Photos provided by Rachel Cali.

Photos provided by Rebecca Partridge.

Photo provided by KE Wiley.

Yaka and Vigga (front to back)
Photo provided by Valérie Meyer.

Yaka and Nepo

Photos provided by Blackmoon2101.

Photo provided by Hyena2_18.

Photos provided by Laurie Néron.

Vigga and Yaka
Photo provided by Esther.

Yaka and Vigga

Vigga and Yaka (front to back)

Photos provided by OrcaArtist.

Photo provided by Ruka.

Photo provided by RockinDuckiez99.

Photos provided by Emily Whelan.

Nepo and Yaka

Photos provided by Doug Rytting.

Photo provided by Paul-W.

Yaka and Nepo
Photos provided by Jovana Ivastanin.

Yaka and Nepo (front to back)

Photos provided by Kimmy Vengeance.

Yaka and Nepo (front to back)
Photo provided by Kimmy Vengeance, San Francisco Chronicle and Marine World Africa USA.

Photo provided by Kaila Poole.

Yaka and Vigga

Yaka and Vigga

Yaka and Nepo

Photos provided by Valentin666.

Photo provided by Lolita Whale.

Photos by Battaglia Inc., provided by Kimmy Vengeance.

Yaka, Nepo and Kianu (left to right)
Photo by Pierre Marc Atlan, provided by Heather David and Jordan Waltz.

Nepo and Yaka
Photo by Rafael Edwards, provided by Jordan Waltz.

Yaka and Nepo (front to back)

Vigga and Yaka

Vigga and Yaka

Vigga and Yaka (front to back)

Nepo and Yaka

Yaka and Nepo (front to back)

Photos provided by HaH.

Photos provided by Jordan Waltz.

Photo by Marine World (provided by Sara Farrell).

Vigga and Yaka (underneath)
Photos by Boys Life Magazine (provided by Sara Farrell).

Photo by The California Aggie (provided by Sara Farrell).

Vigga and Yaka
Photos scanned from the book “Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises at the Zoo” by Roland Smith (provided by anonymous).

Nepo, Yaka and Kianu
Photos sourced from the book “The Killer Whale” by Lynn Stone and Howard Schroeder (provided by Sara Farrell).

Photos by The Chronicle (provided by Sara Farrell).

Vigga and Yaka
Photo by Marineland (provided by Sara Farrell).

Yaka and Vigga

Yaka and Vigga
Photos provided by Sara Farrell.

Photo by Petaluma Argus-Courier (provided by Sara Farrell).


Photo by AP Laserphoto (provided by Sara Farrell)

Yaka and Nepo
Photos by The San Francisco Examiner (provided by Sara Farrell)

Photo by The Napa Valley Register (provided by Sara Farrell)

Photo by The Tampa Times (provided by Sara Farrell)

Yaka and Vigga
Photo provided by Sara Farrell

Photo from The San Francisco Examiner (provided by Sara Farrell)

Yaka and Vigga
Photo from the Petaluma Argus-Courier (provided by Sara Farrell)

Photo from The Press Democrat

Vigga and Yaka
Photo from The Santa Maria Times
Photos provided by Sara Farrell

Photo from The Odessa American

Yaka and Vigga
Photo from The Napa Valley Register

Photo from Sonoma West Times and News
Photos provided by Sara Farrell

Photo from The San Francisco Examiner (provided by Sara Farrell)

Yaka (front) and Nepo
Photos provided by Sara Farrell