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The Pacific Whale Watch Association reports that J-Pod's orca preschool, located in a calm
inlet in the Salish Sea, has pulled off a miracle. During the birthing season this late spring,
several calves were born. Sadly, they lost one female member while giving birth, dropping the
pod's population to 77 whales. However, about two weeks later the Pod did something amazing.
Researchers and observers believe that two pod members actually mid-wifed the birth of one calf,
dubbed J50, by pulling the baby out of its mother. The teeth marks can still be seen on J50's back.
And, since the amazing birth, J50 has astounded observers by demonstrating repetitive
breaching and belly flopping that can only be described as joy.
"I've never seen a baby whale breach like J50's been doing," said Michael Harris, executive director
of PWWA. "Her energy is astounding; I guess not unlike my small kids. She's constantly leaping into
the air, and often curling up and doing belly flops. Of course we don't know exactly why orcas breach,
but when you see a young one do what J50's been doing, over and over again, and being so playful
and affectionate as she is with her family members, you sorta' lose that cold scientific analysis
and just conclude she's leaping for joy. It's definitely a joy to watch."
On July 4, whale watchers on an Eagle Wings Tour in Victoria got a show from J50.
"J50 stole the show, and hearts, with more than 60 breaches as she and her family moved south
in Haro Strait," said Clint Rivers, a naturalist and photographer. "It's like she just figured out how this
breaching thing works and couldn't stop. She was still breaching well into the evening."
"Maybe all this exuberance somehow has something to do with her miracle birth," said Harris.
"Who knows? Maybe the other members of her family realize how precious she is, and how close
she came to never making it into this world. Perhaps with all of this love surrounding her, this baby
orca is just bursting with happiness. There's no doubt that J50 feels safe and well-cared for,
like all of these babies are. We have some amazing families out there."
~~ Kat summary of Sunny Skyz news article ~~
He is a member of LA graffiti crews K2S (Kill 2 Succeed) and KGB (Kids Gone Bad).
Fujita's work has been widely exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide.
For more on him, start here: http://www.artrepublic.com/biographies/323-gajin-fujita.html
Gajin's artwork is also one of many featured in a documentary that's halfway completed.
Dark Progressivism: On Rupture and Rebellion
Directed by Rodrigo Ribera d’Ebre and produced by James J. Yi,
it's a documentary about L.A. street art and artists, and it's developing into a riveting
look at the underground art style that's shifting how people view Los Angelenos.
~~ From darkness and pain can come hope and success. ~~
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