The orca and the orca catcher: How a generation of killer whales was taken from Puget Sound

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HOSTILE WATERS | Namu was Ted Griffin’s greatest prize, a live killer whale, put on display at Seattle’s waterfront. The orca’s journey from wild to captive would spark a worldwide sensation and change everything we knew about “blackfish.”


Original Title: The orca and the orca catcher: How a generation of killer whales was taken from Puget Sound
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