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Wild Killer Whale


Tasu (T2C)

Tasu (T2C)

Population Type: Bigg's (transient)
Sex: Female
Birth Year: 1989

Named after Tasu Sound on the west coast of Haida Gwaii, Tasu (T2C) is an adult female killer whale who was born in 1989. Tasu has four calves: sons Rocky (T2C1) and Tumbo (T2C2), daughter Lucy (T2C3), and a new calf, Kano (T2C4), born in 2018. Tasu is likely related to the famous white killer whale, Alice, who was often seen along the coast of British Columbia during the 1950s.

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