Jenna Deedy

USA Aspiring marine mammal trainer who loves all animals and a Rivier Univeristy Graduate who holds a Bachelor's degree in psychology. Support my work at

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Will an Agreement to Save Wild Salmon Be Enough to Save Wild Orcas?
4 months ago
In some of my previous articles, I have discussed the plight of the Southern Resident orca community and how the loss of their major food source, the Chinook salmon, is linked to their potential extin...
Obituary: J50, Also Known as Scarlet
4 months ago
J50, also known as Scarlet, is now believed to have died from an illness relating to malnutrition after researchers off the coast of Washington state were unable to find her among a super pod gatherin...
When Whales Get Sick, Activists Show Their True Colors
4 months ago
Earlier last month, I wrote about how the Southern Resident orca population off the coast of Washington state had been placed on the international spotlight when an adult female known as Tahlequah, al...
Six Facts About the Sperm Whale
5 months ago
The sperm whale (Physeter macrocephalus), made famous by Herman Melville’s Moby Dick, is the largest species of toothed whale in the world. At around 60 feet in length and weighing in at around 120,00...
Six Facts About the North Atlantic Right Whale
5 months ago
The North Atlantic Right Whale (Eubalaena glacialis) is regarded as one of the most endangered species of baleen whales in the world. The species has a very long history of being subjected to human ex...
When the Water Turns Red: How Red Tide Affects Florida’s Marine Animals
5 months ago
Karenia brevis is a type of dinoflagellate that is known to produce toxins that can accumulate in marine organisms like shellfish, which can lead to poisoning when eaten by other animals. It’s adapted...