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Jenny Jinya's Addresses Orca Captivity In Newest Comic

Jenny Jinya's newest comic hits hard. Jinya draws about real issues that a majority of people shy away from because it's uncomfortable and heartbreaking to even think about. This artist takes those hardships that animals are facing and shines a light on them, in a way they can't really be ignored. 

Jinya's latest comic is about orca captivity, but it really is about animal captivity in the larger sense. In a tweet that shared the following comic, Jinya wrote, "If you were bored during the Corona Lockdowns, imagine how animals feel when they have to spend their whole lives like this."

Jenny is not scared to shy away from these painful issues and delivers the truth, as gut-wrenching as it may be. In hopes of changing this world, check out a variety of her powerful comics that have since featured elephants, dogs, black cats, birds, and more

Follow Jenny Jinya on Instagram or Twitter for all the latest comics. 


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Natalie Kepa took her six-year-old daughter, Stella, waterskiing in Kumutoto Bay, New Zealand, when they ran into something unexpected -- orcas! 

Kepa told Storyful that upon first seeing the orcas, she simply "didn't know what to do."

As you can see in the video, Stella is absolute natural waterskiing, her mom and others cheer her on as she takes on this new activity for the very first time. However, soon those cheers turn into shouts of shock. 

"I was beside myself," Natalie told Storyful. Stella, on the other hand, "totally loved it," Natalie said. She "was crazily calm throughout" and is now keen to get out again as her friends thing she's an awesome "whale rider."

According to Whale Facts, orcas tackle large prey and won't attack a human unless threatened. Did you know that there are no known cases of humans being killed by them in the wild? Just something to chew on.

Be sure to look at the bottom of the video under the wake at 0:29 in the water... CRAZY.

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Baby Orca Spotted Off The Seattle Coast Brings Hope To The Beleaguered Orca Population

Puget Sound, near Seattle, finally has something to celebrate! A newborn calf was spotted in aerial footage Jan. 10th, and confirmed in person on the 11th! You can read more about this calf at Live Science!

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This kayaker was filming some orca whales in British Columbia when one decided to breach out of the water right next to him! A beautiful but intimidating experience!

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You squeeps voted between the bottlenose dolphin and the orca whale, and decided the Orca is the squee from the sea that you all want to see!

-Sally Squeeps

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We should never forget the squees that are under the seas!

-Sally Squeeps