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The southern resident orcas, or Salish Sea Orcas, split off from regular populations around 700,000 years ago. They have spent 700,000 years in the coastal waters of B.C. and Washington state but current research indicates there is a 25-50% chance of extinction THIS CENTURY if conditions don’t improve. There is a petition for the government to impose an emergency order creating feeding refuges for the whales, restricting chinook fisheries and introducing speed limits for large commercial vessels transiting by key foraging areas. The current population sits at 76, the lowest in more than 30 years, and there hasn’t been a calf born since 2015 that has survived. If you are , please visit the link in my bio and sign the petition. Seeing these whales in the wild was both a an exhilarating and emotional experience. If we don’t do something then your children or their children will never get to experience these amazing creatures. It would be a shame to see them disappear, and would be another colossal failure of humans as a species...and we have had too many of those. Please compel the government to do something!