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Type-D Orcas
MARCH

New Orca Resurfaces Type D Since 1955

Type-D Orcas

Type-D Orcas

A group of Type D Orcas numbering 20+ approached a vessel, with a team onboard, in Chile, filming and collecting samples to study their DNA, according to National Geographic.

The last time the Type D Orca was documented, through photographs, was in New Zealand back in 1955, when they were found washed ashore.

The latest Type D Orcas will be given a biopsy to be studied.

This is an amazing discovery given the fact that some Orca species are under threat, due to pollution and other environmental factors.

Last year in November, ten Killer Whales washed ashore on Ninety Mile Beach, in New Zealand.

Pelicans at Charles Towne Landing
MARCH

Charles Towne Landing – My Nature Story – Part One

Charles Towne Landing Adventure

By Rafael De Armas

Looking for a new place to explore nature and search for wildlife can be an adventure. Luckily, here in Charleston, South Carolina, I have been able to find a few local places full of nature and wildlife. While in the pursuit of a new location to explore, I came across Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site. Intended for the preservation of the first English settlers of the 17th century, whom marked the beginning of the Carolina colony, but rich in nature, wildlife and pure beauty.  Continue reading