K-44, K-27

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Photo - <p>FILE - In this July 6, 2011, photo provided by the Center for Whale Research, K-44, left, a newborn male orca whale swims with his mother, K-27, near Friday Harbor in the San Juan Islands. Biologists are gaining new information about the winter movements of endangered Puget Sound killer whales by tracking the daily activities of an orca (not one of the whales pictured here) by a satellite tag. (AP Photo/Center for Whale Research, David Ellifrit, File)</p>

FILE - In this July 6, 2011, photo provided by the Center for Whale Research, K-44, left, a newborn male orca whale swims with his mother, K-27, near Friday Harbor in the San Juan Islands. Biologists are gaining new information about the winter movements of endangered Puget Sound killer whales by tracking the daily activities of an orca (not one of the whales pictured here) by a satellite tag. (AP Photo/Center for Whale Research, David Ellifrit, File)

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FILE - In this July 6, 2011, photo provided by the Center for Whale Research, K-44, left, a newborn male orca whale swims with his mother, K-27, near Friday Harbor in the San Juan Islands. Biologists are gaining new information about the winter movements of endangered Puget Sound killer whales by tracking the daily activities of an orca (not one of the whales pictured here) by a satellite tag. (AP Photo/Center for Whale Research, David Ellifrit, File)

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