1970s killer whale still alive


This video from the USA says about itself:

29 April 2013

A couple vacationing in Mexico encountered a number of killer whales swimming alongside their boat during a trip.

From the BBC, with video there:

1970s killer whale Dopey Dick spotted off Scotland

3 hours ago

Scientists studying Scotland’s killer whales have made a remarkable discovery.

They have identified a whale which hit the headlines in the 1970s after swimming up the River Foyle in Northern Ireland.

Back then, he was dubbed “Dopey Dick”.

Today, he’s known as Comet… and is still believed to be alive and well.

BBC Scotland‘s environment correspondent, David Miller, reports.

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