Southern Resident Killer Whale L25 Ocean Sun Photograph by David Howitt

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Southern Resident Killer Whale L25 Ocean Sun

David Howitt

United States


Size: 24 W x 16 H x 0.1 in

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L25, Ocean sun, believed to have been born 1928. She is the second oldest matriarch of the Southern Resident Orcas and the probable mother of Lolita. L25's daughter Lolita was taken from her in a dramatic capture at Penn Cove Washington, August 1970. Over 80 individuals were encircled drowning 5 whales however Lolita survives today in Miami Seaquarium. Lifelong family connections are key to the culture of Southern Resident Orca whales, making the continued presence of L25 a strong case for rehabilitation and release of Lolita.