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Freya was very depressed, but Valentin usually was able to cheer her up. Freya became a grandmother on November 20, , when Valentin fathered a calf named Keijo, however, since the calf's mother Wikie was Valentin's half-sister, Valentin being the father has not been confirmed.
After months of fighting an unknown illness, Freya lost her battle on June 20, , leaving behind her son Valentin and likely grandson Keijo.
Gudrun was caught close to the coast of Iceland on October 25, She was kept in captivity in the Dolfinarium Harderwijk in the Netherlands, where she was the main attraction.
Gudrun gave birth to Nyar on December 31, Nyar suffered with illness often. She was so both mentally and physically ill, it was reported that Gudrun tried to drown her during several shows.
Nyar died at the age of two years in April On February 21, , Gudrun went into labor with her last calf, which was fathered by Tilikum.
After 20 hours of labor, Gudrun was unable to deliver the calf. Eventually after the physical intervention of park staff, Gudrun delivered a stillborn calf of underermined sex.
Due to complications from the delivery, she died four days later. In , Gudrun was the subject of an experiment in two-communications, designed to see if she could learn new words and incorporate them into her vocabulary.
Hoi Wai was a female Orca captured near Iceland in October Initially brought to the Saedyrasafnid Aquarium in Iceland, she was moved in late October to the Dolfinarium Harderwijk in the Netherlands.
Due to a dispute between SeaWorld and the safari park, she was transferred to Clacton Pier in August for the remainder of her training.
She died on April 21, , after a bloody wound was found in her intestines. A newspaper claimed that her skeleton is preserved at Cape D'Aguilar Marine Reserve , near Shek O , but the skeleton is actually from a Bryde's whale that stranded itself in Victoria Harbour in Hoi Wai made an appearance in a movie called Moon Warriors.
He was captured with six other pod members, including Corky II and Natsidalia, who was thought to be his mother. He was probably from the A5 Pod.
The captured whales were kept at Pender Harbour for some weeks before being transferred, and Natsidalia did not survive.
Hyak was transferred to the Vancouver Aquarium , where he was kept with Skana, an orca captured the previous year.
After Skana died in , the aquarium purchased four new orcas captured in Iceland, and two of them—Finna and Bjossa—were transferred to the Vancouver Aquarium.
Hyak and Bjossa produced a calf in , but it only survived a short time. He sired another calf on Bjossa—K'yosha, but he did not live to see the calf's birth, as he died of pneumonia in February K'yosha only lived a few months beyond her father's death.
Junior was captured in Icelandic waters in November He did not settle in well at his new home, was hard to train, and did not get on well with his fellow orca tankmates.
So Junior was put in a small tank in Marineland's warehouse, with no natural sunlight or air, and with noisy overhead fans.
From time to time he shared his small tank with several dolphins. Marineland tried to keep Junior's conditions a secret, but members of the public released photos and films.
Junior died in K1 was also named Taku. While several other orcas that were caught with him were sold to other marine parks, K1 was too big to be sold.
He was released on October 27, , with a radio tag attached to his dorsal fin. Two nicks were cut by Dr Michael Bigg [ citation needed ] into his dorsal fin to make it easier to identify and find him.
He was given the adoption name of Taku. K1 reunited with his pod and was seen many times. K1 disappeared in and was presumed to have died at the age of 41, as his year of birth was believed to be K1 was a full blooded Southern Resident orca.
He was 23 feet 7. Kalina September 26, — October 4, was the first captive-born orca calf to survive more than a few days.
Kalina first appeared in shows at SeaWorld Orlando in , billed as "Baby Shamu ", performing with her mother. In October , Kalina was moved back to SeaWorld Orlando, where she lived with eight other killer whales, including her mother and a half sister.
Kalina was only seven and a half years old at the time of Keet's birth — an extremely young age for an orca to become a mother.
Kalina became pregnant again shortly after Keet's birth, and was moved back to SeaWorld Orlando in October , where she gave birth to her second calf, another male, Keto on June 17, She gave birth to another male, Tuar, on June 22, Kalina bore her fourth calf and first daughter, on February 9, , named Skyla.
Skyla is now at Loro Parque along with Keto. Kalina was a gentle whale, learned quickly, and was used a lot in shows. She was used as a "starter whale" for new trainers.
On Monday October 4, , less than four months after Taima's death, Kalina died of preacute bacteremia sepsis at the age of On August 21, , she attempted to rake a year-old newcomer orca, Corky II, during a live show.
She struck Corky behind her dorsal fin,  the resulting impact fracturing Kandu's upper jaw and severing major arteries.
The crowd was quickly ushered out, and after a minute hemorrhage , Kandu V died. Her daughter, Orkid, was 11 months old at the time of the accident.
His mother is thought to be T7. In January , he was sold and moved to SeaWorld Orlando. While at Marineland of Canada, he did 'water work' with his trainers, but once at SeaWorld he was described as a "moody and unpredictable" whale and the 'water work' was stopped.
The aggression became increasingly serious. After an incident in which Kotar bit Kanduke's penis and caused an infection and show cancellations, the exhibitors decided to move the smaller whale to the newly opened SeaWorld San Antonio.
On September 20, , Kanduke died of St. Louis encephalitis, which is transmitted by mosquitoes. This disease is non-existent in wild killer whales because they don't spend enough time on the surface for mosquitoes to bite them.
However, in captivity, the behavior of "logging" i. Kanduke has since become a grandfather with the births of Sumar, Tekoa, and Malia.
She was the park's dominant orca and she could be seen putting the other whales in their places including her own offspring.
She was captured off the coast of Iceland on October 26, , about the age of two. She was Kasatka became a grandmother for the first time when her daughter Takara gave birth to her first calf, a female born May 3, , named Kohana.
Takara gave birth to her third calf, a female born January 7, , named Sakari. Kasatka gave birth to her fourth calf and second son on February 14, , at am after a one-hour labor.
The calf was later named Makani. Kasatka has shown aggression to humans. In Kasatka tried to bite a trainer during a show, and again in The trainer escaped and was later in good condition despite being underwater for a "brief" amount of time.
Kasatka was euthanized August 15, after battling a chronic pulmonary infection for many years. Reason for euthanization was stated as chronic lung disease.
She was euthanized after her health turned for the worst a few days leading up to August Her parents were Kenau and Orky II, both deceased.
Kayla was about foot 6. Kayla lived with her mother for the first two and a half years of her life. Kayla lived there for the next eight years with another young female, named Katerina, who was three weeks older than she was.
After Katerina was moved out, an older female named Winnie was moved in. A young male named Keto arrived in March Haida II died on August 1 of that year, making Winnie the new dominant female.
Winnie died on April 11, Kayla became the new dominant orca in the stadium and was until her relocation to Orlando in After the death of Winnie, only three whales were left in the park: Kayla, Kyuquot, and Keto.
A young female by the name of Unna was moved to the park in December to settle down Kyuquot and Keto, because the two maturing males were constantly fighting over Kayla.
In November , Kayla was transferred to Sea World Orlando leaving behind a mate Keet , and their daughter Halyn was raised by Unna immediately after Kayla's transfer.
Once Kayla arrived, she immediately gave up her dominant role to Katina, who has been the dominant female there since In spring , Kayla miscarried a male calf, likely the son of Keet.
Kayla gave birth to her first calf on October 9, , a female named Halyn. Halyn was moved to a special animal care facility to be hand raised.
Halyn lived in Animal Care in a different part of the park, and in May joined her family at Shamu Stadium.
Halyn's father is Keet. On June 15, , Halyn died unexpectedly. On January 28, , SeaWorld announced that Kayla had unexpectedly passed away after a two-day battle with an unknown illness.
Veterinarians tried their best to treat Kayla, but she succumbed to her illness on the morning of January She was 30 years old.
Keiko — December 12, was an orca who starred in the first of three Free Willy movies. Keiko died on December 12, , after beaching himself during the night; pneumonia was later determined as the probable cause of death.
Three years later, he was sold to Marineland of Canada, where he first started performing for the public and developed skin lesions indicative of poor health.
He was the star of the movie Free Willy in The publicity from his role in Free Willy led to an effort by Warner Brothers Studio to find him a better home.
He was airlifted by UPS to his new home on January 7, , with a length of 24 feet 7. During his years in Oregon, he gained over a ton in weight.
On September 9, , he was flown to Klettsvik Bay in Vestmannaeyjar in Iceland, and gradually reintroduced to the wild, returning to the open sea in July Keiko died on December 12, , at the age of Kenau died in while pregnant with her third calf, whose father was Kotar.
The calf fetus was male. Kim was captured in November in Icelandic waters. He was sickly throughout his captivity. At one point he became blind.
Several therapies were tried, including ozone therapy and herbal remedies at the last, but to no avail.
He died in Marineland of Antibes on July 24, A necropsy revealed a lung abscess. He was then sold to Marineland Antibes with Freya for reproduction.
Kim II was 6,3m long and weighted 5 tons. Kim II died on November 23, , of pneumonia. Her mother was Takara and her father Kyuquot , with Kyara's name being a combination of her parents names.
Due to SeaWorld ending its orca breeding program, Kyara was the last orca to be born in its parks. On July 22 it was announced that she was showing signs of pneumonia.
Because of this, she had been moved to SeaWorld's animal care hospital for treatment. She died on July 24, Moby Doll was the second captive orca displayed in a public aquarium exhibit.
The foot 4. He was towed to Vancouver and displayed publicly until he died three months after his capture. Moby Doll was popular locally and abroad and scientists took advantage of this first opportunity to study an orca and orca sounds up close.
Namu was only the third orca captured and displayed in an aquarium exhibit, and was the subject of a film that changed some people's attitudes toward orcas.
In June , William Lechkobit found a foot 6. Neocia was born in October , a female calf of Nootka 5 and Kandu 7.
Also known as 'Baby October', she was separated from her mother at the age of 3 and kept in a smaller tank at Marineland Canada with three other young orcas.
Neocia was impregnated by her own father Kandu; however, this pregnancy miscarried. Nepo was captured with several other orcas including Corky on December 11, The two orcas joined another female Kianu who had been at the park since Kianu wanted Nepo all to herself and she would attack Yaka whenever the other female was with Nepo.
Nepo, who was very close to Yaka, protected her from Kianu's attacks. It got so bad that Kianu was transferred to a park in Japan.
Nepo and Yaka continued to bond and even starred in the horror film Orca. Nepo died from pneumonia on July 10, Yaka stayed by his side as he took his final breaths.
Even when trainers arrived to take Nepo's body away, Yaka refused to leave him, and it took the trainers a while to separate the whales.
Nepo was about 15 years old. She was born to parents Gudrun and Tilikum. Nyar suffered from many health problems. Sometimes trainers would have to separate Gudrun and Nyar because the mother would try to drown her daughter.
They had some bonding moments together. Nyar was not able to perform in shows as she was a very slow learner. She was even put with her father Tilikum sometimes.
He was very gentle with her. Nyar died on April 1, She was 2 years 4 months and 1 day old. The cause of death was Immune System Failure.
He spent many of his years in captivity at Marineland of the Pacific. Corky II accompanied him, and the two were thought to be cousins, as they were both from the same pod.
He fathered all seven of Corky II's unsuccessful calves, too. There, he was soon put to the bottom of the dominancy ladder.
Orky was involved in one trainer incident in , where he accidentally breached on a miscue and landed on a trainer John Sillick while the trainer was riding Corky II as a stunt.
Kandu bore her first successful calf, Orkid, three days before he died on September 26, She was named in his memory: Orky's Kid. About two months later, Kenau also gave birth to her calf, another female who was later named Kayla.
Orky's death was brought on by acute pneumonia and chronic wasting, which meant he lost a lot of weight before he died.
His dorsal fin flopped completely over to his right rather than the left. His pectorals were huge and his flukes were curled completely.
His enormous size can be seen in his daughter, Orkid, who grew up to be quite a large female.
She is Orky's only living captive relative. At one time Orky was actually called "Snorky". At almost 22 feet long and 11, pounds, he was one of the largest whales ever held in any aquarium.
Samoa was a female captured off Iceland in Samoa was reported to have died due to complications of giving birth. However, her necropsy revealed she had a rare Saksenaea vasiformis fungal infection which likely caused the stillbirth and her death.
The calf was stillborn. It was the first reported death of a SeaWorld orca while giving birth. The age of Samoa at the time of her death was estimated to be 12— Shamu was, however, quickly leased and eventually sold to SeaWorld San Diego.
She performed in several SeaWorld shows and eventually died on August 23, The name Shamu has since been used for many different orcas in SeaWorld shows.
Skana was one of the first pod of Orcas captured, on February 15, , in Yukon Harbor , Washington. The entire Southern Resident K Pod , at that time 15 members, was captured.
The others were released. Skana was believed to be six years old at the time of her capture.
She was sold and transferred to the Vancouver Aquarium on March 10, She was by herself in Vancouver until the end of , when the recently captured Hyak II arrived.
She died on October 5, , at the approximate age of 19 years, from a mycotic infection. Splash was born in in Marineland in Canada, transferred to SeaWorld San Diego at the age of 3 and died there in He was a well loved animal.
Splash was among the park's most sickly animals. Splash died of an infection. Ex SeaWorld trainer John Hargrove , who worked closely with Splash, suggested that Splash died so young partly due to consuming large quantities of sand, presumably because of the boredom of captivity.
He earned his name just for the holiday. Spooky was in good health at first, but it wasn't to last. Due to the circular tank the orcas were kept in, Corky had trouble nursing her son.
Trainers took over and bottle fed Spooky hoping to help him survive. Spooky died 11 days later on November 10, , from pneumonia and colitis.
His mother was Taima and he was her first calf. Just six months after birth, an incident happened when, during a show, his mother attacked him, pushing him against the glass, trying to make him fall.
The crowd was evacuated and the show canceled. The trainers tried to move Taima to another tank and finally separated her from her son.
Since then, the two of them have been always separated and Kalina and Katina became his surrogate mothers until he was transferred to SeaWorld San Diego in California on March 8, Afterwards, he spent a few months at now-closed SeaWorld Ohio before being transferred back to the San Diego park.
He was considered very gentle with other orcas  and trainers. At the time of his death he was one of three males at the park, and was seen as a possible breeding male in the future; Nakai, the younger male, is still too young to breed, and the older male Ulises seems to have a low sperm count.
Sumar was approaching full size for a typical bull orca when he died: his dorsal fin was more and more leaning to its left and his flukes were beginning to curl under.
He was about 4. He was often used for shows in the park. Trainers noticed that the whale was not feeling well on Monday, September 6, , which resulted in veterinarians being notified, blood samples drawn, and antibiotics administered.
Despite measures taken by Sumar's veterinarian team, Sumar became increasingly ill by Tuesday. He died shortly before PM Pacific time. Sumar's death prompted the canceling of the park's orca shows for the day.
His death was determined to be as a result of a twisted intestinal tract intestinal volvulus. He was set to be the next captive breeding bull orca, after his father Tilikum.
Her name purportedly comes from a Native American or Icelandic language, and means "crash of thunder". Taima was born to mother Gudrun and father Kanduke.
In , Kanduke died at the age of 20 from St. Louis encephalitis; Gudrun gave birth to Taima's half-sister Nyar in Nyar suffered frequent illness and it was reported that Gudrun tried to drown her during several shows.
Trainers believe that this confused Taima, as she witnessed this and thought this was how to raise a calf. She was later reported to have performed this on her own calves, Sumar, Tekoa, and Malia.
Gudrun died in from stillbirth complications, and Nyar died from an illness a few months later in April. On May 14, , Taima gave birth to a male calf named Sumar.
They were separated when he was about eight months old because of the aggression between them. On one occasion while performing, Taima started biting Sumar, and throwing him out of the pool, onto the trainer 's platform.
She then slid out herself and started biting him. The show was stopped, and Taima was pulled to the other swimming pool. On November 8, , at pm, Taima gave birth to a male named Tekoa.
He began feeding overnight and was estimated to be 7 feet 2. During the birth, Kalina assisted Taima and helped the calf to the surface for its first breath.
After Tekoa's attack, Taima was separated from all other whales except Tilikum, until she gave birth again to her first daughter Malia in , on March Her father is Tilikum.
Taima died from complications to a stillborn male calf on June 6, Preliminary indications suggested that her death was caused by placenta previa , a condition in which the placenta is delivered before the calf.
After birth, Taku spent most of his time with his mother Katina or Nyar, his younger half-sister.
Three years later, Katina gave birth again to a female, Unna. On August 25, , Katina gave birth to her fifth calf: a male, Ikaika.
Afterwards, Ikaika and Taku bonded to the point where Ikaika swam in mother-calf-position with Taku. Takara soon became pregnant.
Her daughter Kohana was at her side. Taku sired another calf in with his mother Katina — Nalani, who was also his sister and the first surviving inbred calf.
Trainers were notified that Taku had been acting differently the Wednesday before his death. Tilikum sometimes misspelled Tillikum was a bull orca involved in three human deaths while he was in captivity, one at Sealand of the Pacific and two at Seaworld Orlando.
He was captured near Iceland in November at about two years of age. He was the largest orca in captivity and also the most successful sire in captivity,  with 21 offspring, 11 of which are still alive.
While at Sealand of the Pacific, Tilikum sired his first calf when he was about eight or nine years old.
Just a few months prior to the birth of Kyuquot, Tilikum was involved in the first incident involving a death. Seaworld requested an emergency transfer of Tilikum to their facility.
Sealand of the Pacific closed soon thereafter. Following his arrival at SeaWorld, Tilikum sired many calves with many different females.
His first calf born in Orlando was to Katina. Katina gave birth to Taku on September 9, Taku died on October 17, Unna was a female orca.
She was born on December 27, , at SeaWorld Orlando. Her parents were Katina mother and Tilikum. She was Katina's fourth calf and Tilikum's seventh fourth successful , and was the second calf to be born to the pair.
Unna lived with her mother, father, siblings, and other whales at her birthplace in Orlando for the first six years of her life.
In late April , Unna gave birth to a stillborn calf. Unna recovered well from her stillbirth. After several months of intense treatment, Unna died on December 21, Vigga shared her tank at the park with another female orca, Yaka, who had lost her mate Nepo a few months before Vigga was introduced to the park.
Yaka and Vigga lived together at Marine World until Yaka died in at age She made the move with Yaka to the Park's new quarters in Vallejo California in Vigga was over 16 feet long and weighed 5, pounds.
Vigga died on Monday, August 14, , at approximately 8 p. An abnormal heart pathology resulting in a build-up of fluid in her pericardial sac, and an infection in one lung is the suspected cause of death.
She died on November 20, , approximately 42 hours after her capture in Newport Harbor approximately 36 hours after being placed into Marineland's tank.
He died in He was the father of the original Baby Shamu, Kalina. She died on October 29, , after 27 years in captivity. She was about 31 years old, the third oldest orca in captivity at the time.
The cause of her death was supposedly pneumonia. Nepo and Yaka starred in the horror film Orca. Nepo died in July , leaving Yaka alone.
In November , the Icelandic female killer whale Vigga became her tank mate. Yaka was 10 years older than Vigga. They made the move together when the park relocated to Vallejo, California, in Vigga died 3 years after Yaka in August Yaka was a member of the A5 Pod , as is Corky.
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Keines ihrer sieben Babys, die in Gefangenschaft geboren wurden, hat überlebt. Sie können eine Patenschaft für ein Mitglied dieser Population übernehmen und tragen so zum Schutz von Corkys Verwandtschaft bei.
Sieben von ihnen wurden eingefangen und an Delfinarien verkauft. Mindestens fünf Orcas erstickten in den Netzen, die anderen wurden wieder freigelassen oder entkamen.
Nur einer der damals gefangenen Schwertwale ist noch am Leben: Lolita Tokitae. Sie wird seit im Miami Seaquarium in Florida in Gefangenschaft gehalten.
Lange Gerichtsverfahren, die die Freilassung von Lolita fordern, waren bisher erfolglos. Ihre Familie gehört zu den Southern Resident Orcas.
Vermutlich ist ihre Mutter Oceano Sun L , die ungefähr geboren wurde. Sie und die anderen Familienmitglieder schwimmen noch immer durch die Gewässer, aus denen Tokitae damals entrissen wurde.
Trotz der langen Zeit in Gefangenschaft benutzt sie noch immer die charakteristischen Rufe ihrer Familiengruppe.
Erst wurde auch Tokitae offiziell dieser Status zugesprochen. Zwischen und wurden insgesamt 45 Mitglieder der Southern Residents eingefangen und in Delfinarien gebracht.
Von ihnen lebt heute nur noch Tokitae. Mindestens 13 weitere Familienmitglieder starben bereits während der Fangaktionen. Das folgende Video zeigt erschreckende Aufnahmen der brutalen Fangaktionen.
Es beinhaltet auch das erste Interview mit dem Taucher John Crowe, der bei der Aktion in Penn Cove dafür verantwortlich war, die Körper der toten Schwertwale verschwinden zu lassen, die die stressige und brutale Fangaktion nicht überlebt hatten.
Auf diese Weise wurden die verstorbenen Individuen nicht zur Fangquote gezählt. Seit wurden 29 Schwertwale in russischen Gewässern gefangen.
Mindestens 15 der gefangenen Orcas wurden nach China exportiert, auch sie zu Unterhaltungszwecken in den dort mittlerweile zahlreichen Delfinarien.
Sie waren illegal ihrem natürlichen Lebensraum entrissen worden. Ein Schwertwal und ein Beluga verschwanden. Es ist nicht klar, ob sie entkommen konnten oder verstorben sind.
Die ersten beiden Orcas wurden im Juni ins Ochotskische Meer entlassen. Zwischen und wurden mindestens 54 Schwertwale in isländischen Gewässern gefangen und an Delfinarien auf der ganzen Welt verkauft.
Die beiden bekanntesten Orcas, die vor Island gefangen wurden, waren Keiko und Tilikum. Er starb am 6. Januar nach 34 Jahren in Gefangenschaft.
Im Jahr wurden in Taiji, Japan, zehn Orcas gefangen. Fünf von ihnen wurden in Gefangenschaft gebracht, fünf mussten ohne ihre Familienmitglieder wieder ins offene Meer zurückkehren.
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