Southern resident L41, photographed in 2015. The Center for Whale Research has not seen this whale recently and fears that it may have died. (NOAA Fisheries, taken under permit)
Southern resident L41, photographed in 2015. The Center for Whale Research has not seen this whale recently and fears that it may have died. (NOAA Fisheries, taken under permit)
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Another southern resident orca feared dead

If L41 remains missing, that would bring the population of southern resident orcas to only 72. Also, researchers were surprised to learn that he and one other whale fathered most of the calves born to L and J pods since 1990. Updated

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Southern resident L41, photographed in 2015. The Center for Whale Research has not seen this whale recently and fears that it may have died. (NOAA Fisheries, taken under permit)
Southern resident L41, photographed in 2015. The Center for Whale Research has not seen this whale recently and fears that it may have died. (NOAA Fisheries, taken under permit)
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Another southern resident orca feared dead

If L41 remains missing, that would bring the population of southern resident orcas to only 72. Also, researchers were surprised to learn that he and one other whale fathered most of the calves born to L and J pods since 1990. Updated

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(Margeaux Walter / The New York Times)
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Southern resident L41, photographed in 2015. The Center for Whale Research has not seen this whale recently and fears that it may have died. (NOAA Fisheries, taken under permit)
Southern resident L41, photographed in 2015. The Center for Whale Research has not seen this whale recently and fears that it may have died. (NOAA Fisheries, taken under permit)
Environment

Another southern resident orca feared dead

If L41 remains missing, that would bring the population of southern resident orcas to only 72. Also, researchers were surprised to learn that he and one other whale fathered most of the calves born to L and J pods since 1990. Updated

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