How the Killer Whale Avoids Eating People, Helped 19th-Century Whalers, and Became Public Enemy Number One | Blog | Nature | PBS

Editor’s Note: The following is an excerpt from “The Killer Whale Who Changed the World” by journalist and filmmaker Mark Leiren-Young. The book opens with the description of a 1964 killer whale hunt near Saturna Island (one of Canada’s Gulf Islands located about 10 miles off the Washington State coastline). Leading the hunt are Samuel […]

Source: How the Killer Whale Avoids Eating People, Helped 19th-Century Whalers, and Became Public Enemy Number One | Blog | Nature | PBS

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