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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Don’t Feed Wild Marine Mammals
5 months ago
In a previous article, I discussed how one California woman attempted to stop a group of beach-goers from harassing a colony of wild sea lions. Although I did talk about how it's illegal to play with,...
The Southern Resident Orcas Need Our Help
5 months ago
For 17 days, a 20-year-old adult female orca named Tahlequah, also known as J35, carried her dead newborn calf in a tragic effort to continue caring for the calf despite it having to have died just sh...
Six Facts About the Whale Shark
5 months ago
The largest shark to ever be alive today, the whale shark (Rhincodon typus) feeds on plankton and travels very long distances in order to find enough food to sustain their large size and breed. These ...
A Monk Seal Called KP2 (Or Hō’ailona by Some)
5 months ago
They say that not all human-seal conflicts end in death in Hawaii, which is the case for KP2 who, at only a few days old, was rescued by a NOAA veterinarian after seeing he was alone, attempting to nu...
Six Facts About Dugongs
5 months ago
Dugongs, while similar to manatees, are shorter and slender comparing to their western hemisphere well-known marine mammals to have ever been studied in the Southern Hemisphere, research that has been...
The Hypocrisy of Thomas Cook Travel Agency When It Comes to Zoos and Aquariums
6 months ago
Recently, Thomas Cook, a travel agency that is based in the United Kingdom, recently announced that it would no longer include marine mammal facilities that house orcas. The decision was likely influe...