Where have British Columbia’s resident killer whales gone?

Where have British Columbia's resident killer whales gone? 1


Whale researchers say it's unprecedented that endangered southern resident killer whales are nowhere to be seen this year.

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11 Comments on "Where have British Columbia’s resident killer whales gone?"

  1. Stop dumping raw sewage and maybe they will come back

  2. Why so surprised….

    so many propellers in the water… and yet our fearless leader Trudeau is enabling MORE propeller traffic.

  3. The Chinese ate them

  4. Steve Truthisoutthere | July 2, 2019 at 10:24 PM | Reply

    The baby boomers destroyed bc

  5. To China. Where else?

  6. they are harassed constantly by Victoria so-called “Greens” chasing them down in motor boats.

  7. Samul samuelson | July 3, 2019 at 12:00 AM | Reply

    The Canadians are slowly becoming savages, and this is the result of immigration from Third World countries to Canada

  8. Buckbennyrides | July 3, 2019 at 1:20 AM | Reply

    With all the sewage BC dumps in the ocean, I am glad Trudeau put carbon taxing into action to save the whales. Maybe we can get more taxation to fix the problem. Or cardboard drinking boxes beside cutouts of Justin…that will bring the whales back for sure.

  9. PopGoesTheGoomba | July 3, 2019 at 10:04 AM | Reply

    Looks like they cant stand Trudeau either

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